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Superb!
 
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I love it!
 
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One thing to note about this job is how the rows of diamonds are perfectly straight across the pattern. Perfection in layout and execution.
 
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[quote]Perfection in layout and execution..... Starting with the stock. Must be equal and symmetrical side to side.
 
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Yes, good point.
 
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More checkering from JK
 
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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)
 
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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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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.
 
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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.
 
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