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From the bench of Jesse Kaufman

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27 July 2019, 17:05
Jim@IMReps
From the bench of Jesse Kaufman

27 July 2019, 17:34
Jerry Liles
Superb!
28 July 2019, 22:55
butchlambert
I love it!
04 August 2019, 15:51
metal
One thing to note about this job is how the rows of diamonds are perfectly straight across the pattern. Perfection in layout and execution.
04 August 2019, 18:39
kda55
[quote]Perfection in layout and execution..... Starting with the stock. Must be equal and symmetrical side to side.
05 August 2019, 05:44
metal
Yes, good point.
08 August 2019, 16:45
Jim@IMReps
More checkering from JK

11 November 2019, 01:49
Jim@IMReps



13 November 2019, 20:17
Duane Wiebe (CG&R)
quote:
Originally posted by metal:
One thing to note about this job is how the rows of diamonds are perfectly straight across the pattern. Perfection in layout and execution.



Well...the lines do wander a bit near the front tang. But.. Making parallel lines across a compound curve is theoretically impossible. The lines have to be "cheated" to make illusion of parallel. He did damn good! Sure hope this doesn't create a demand for fluer de lis" (Grin)
14 November 2019, 04:35
MNR
Amen to that! Don't want any more demand for fleur-de-lis. One heck of a nice job by Jesse!


Well...the lines do wander a bit near the front tang. But.. Making parallel lines across a compound curve is theoretically impossible. The lines have to be "cheated" to make illusion of parallel. He did damn good! Sure hope this doesn't create a demand for fluer de lis" (Grin)[/QUOTE]


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14 November 2019, 18:31
Jim@IMReps
quote:
The lines have to be "cheated" to make illusion of parallel.


Duane since you brought it up, how does one "cheat" the lines, when you have the time of course.
14 November 2019, 20:36
Duane Wiebe (CG&R)
Just a litle pressure to the tool. Fill in the pattern with lines @ 1/2" intervals (grease pencil or equal) so if you start to wander it becomes pretty evident and you can take corrective measures.