Introduction: Handle Scales From Scrap
In this short instructable I am aiming to show you, or at least give you an idea, how to use even the last bit of your scrap wood.
Wheter you are tight on budget, or are just trying to get everything out of the pieces you have, this might be of interest for you.
Step 1: Working With What You Have.
I wanted to use the rest of this thermoash plank, I had lying around for a nice knife handle.
As you can see it has a really interesting pattern on the head side of the piece, which I wanted to highlight. However it was neither long nor wide enough to use it as a single piece.
Step 2: Making the Scales
Therefore I cut it to similar pieces, and glued them together, using some 2 component epoxy.
I clamped it all together and had it sit for 24 hours.
The next day I continued, by cuting it to pieces of the desired length and width.
Step 3: Final Product
Of course this is not the ideal, or usual way to make a neat knife handle. Nevertheless it is a possible way of creating cheap, economical and not too shabby looking products.
Hope you liked my little post and it might help you sometime.
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