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Got a commission to make a display for a Navy Dive Knife.
Wood is Indian Dontknow (it's from Indian and I don't know what species it is.)
The base is bookmatch cut glued with 5 min epoxy, routed with an ogee bit, sanded to 320 grit using a 48" belt sander and a sanding mop, then 1 coat of 2# shellac and finally polished with the Bealle system.
The supports were turned on my craftsman tube lathe, with the same finish.

For some of my other work just google "pndswipes"

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Hi Peter

Welcome

Nice Job :)

Products Online albums at - Pndswipes

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Got a commission to make a display for a Navy Dive Knife.
Wood is Indian Dontknow (it's from Indian and I don't know what species it is.)
The base is bookmatch cut glued with 5 min epoxy, routed with an ogee bit, sanded to 320 grit using a 48" belt sander and a sanding mop, then 1 coat of 2# shellac and finally polished with the Bealle system.
The supports were turned on my craftsman tube lathe, with the same finish.

For some of my other work just google "pndswipes"

enjoy
 

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Very nicely done.
 

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Got a commission to make a display for a Navy Dive Knife.
Wood is Indian Dontknow (it's from Indian and I don't know what species it is.)
The base is bookmatch cut glued with 5 min epoxy, routed with an ogee bit, sanded to 320 grit using a 48" belt sander and a sanding mop, then 1 coat of 2# shellac and finally polished with the Bealle system.
The supports were turned on my craftsman tube lathe, with the same finish.

For some of my other work just google "pndswipes"

enjoy
Nice Job, as a Diver, Woodworker and Knife-maker I like this one on a few different levels. :)
 
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Got a commission to make a display for a Navy Dive Knife.
Wood is Indian Dontknow (it's from Indian and I don't know what species it is.)
The base is bookmatch cut glued with 5 min epoxy, routed with an ogee bit, sanded to 320 grit using a 48" belt sander and a sanding mop, then 1 coat of 2# shellac and finally polished with the Bealle system.
The supports were turned on my craftsman tube lathe, with the same finish.

For some of my other work just google "pndswipes"

enjoy
Would you be interested in making another?
 

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Hi Muddiver, welcome to the forum. This thread is from 2011 and
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