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Sizes vary approximately 210x 150mm.
Can be used to build up a knife handle with bone sections. Polishes up to a fine gloss black with some very feint markings, which enhances the natural look.30mm diam x 12mm.
Dimensions: 30 x 55 x 130mm. Good sized Blocks. Asolutely beautiful wood.
This is an INCREDIBLE system, with the highest heat resistance of any off the shelf epoxy on the open market. This REALLY gives the builder a cushion during the handle shaping process, so that excessive heat build up doesn't destroy the scale to tang bond. Where Ultra and West G-Flex will max out around 170 F (76 C), Extreme is good up to 245 F (118 C). Additionally it has very high peel and shear strength, and is designed to withstand high impact forces as well.Any excess resin can be removed with Acetone before it cures.We have tested this in our workshop and it is excellent value!
30 x 19 x 3 mm, slot 3,3 x 13 mm Fits Type: Baudin 80, Styrefors, Vikström 70, 95 Andersson, Helle Turman, Odel
Cut choosen block in two parts and sand flat
Size 125mm x 40mm x 28mm.Botanical name: Quercus roburOrigin: EnglandDryness: Kiln driedThe picture shown is lighter than the stock. Inky black with a significantly higher density and hardness than ordinary oak, bog oak was created when prehistoric forests were submerged under water and silt in anaerobic conditions thousands of years ago. This stock has been carbon dated and is at least 3300 years old.The black colour is a chemical reaction between the tannin in the oak and ferrous compounds in the water.Bog oak is one of the most difficult woods to dry. A very large percentage of material is lost in the drying process and this largely explains the price.
Can be used to build up a knife handle with bone sections and other materials. This bleached bone polishes up to a fine gloss and is often mistaken for Ivory.30mm diam x 2-4mm.