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Old 06-16-2013, 09:59 AM
Dudley Dudley is offline
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Default Another new guy that wants to try this....

Not an engraver,but I restore Japanese Swords,but its always something I wanted to give a shot at.While I can grind almost anything I found this place and started to notice the little details in the grinding you need to engrave tightly curved cuts or lines.Some wondefull work here,my work so far seems crude buy comparison,but then again I have never really focused on it till now.Here is my facebook link https://www.facebook.com/pages/Japan...98830710172874 Doesn't reflect the work Iv'e done in the past but some things im'e trying to catch up on or finish before I give engraving a good try.
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