I used a round tip diamond bit for the side texture and a cylindrical bit for the edge thingies. Then, I just sanded with a few grits of paper down to 1500, then polished with some compound on a felt wheel. Dremel tools are simply indispensible.Mr.Sparkitle wrote:Jazz did you use a drill bit and press for that or some other means?
Jazz wrote:I used a round tip diamond bit for the side texture and a cylindrical bit for the edge thingies. Then, I just sanded with a few grits of paper down to 1500, then polished with some compound on a felt wheel. Dremel tools are simply indispensible.
- best wishes, Jazz.
It would be similar, I think. You just need some round files to get the curve right, or a Dremel with Diamond tips. Sorry, I'm not comfortable enough with my skills yet to wreck someone else's knife. My mods still get scratched up a bit.RIOT wrote:hey Jazz, you seem to be very good with all your work youve done,
heres a challenge for you if youre up to it, do you think you can take a fully serrated D4 and shape the blade to be like a Jester?
i did some tracing of the blade and i think it can be done, what do you think ?
Well Creepo, At least It now has a valid name (^;Creepo wrote:Lol that's a real Frankentenacious. You're running out of modding room on that knife, you'll soon need a new one.
Thanks! I have some videos showing various steps of the process, but none that really put the whole thing together. It really is not very exciting and I never really thought it warranted its own video.Nifty_Nives wrote:Thats absolutely stunning, Care to show how this is done? I am curious to trying this at some point.
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