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Well done! I love knives. Such a wonderful, functional piece of art can be produced with a little insight and elbow grease. Very nice to see someone take on the challenge of real hand tools, without the motor.
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Fantastic look! This gives me some great ideas. I have done a slab bench, and slab table in the past, but both times, they were done with solid non-cracked slabs. I think the natural cracks add SO much additional character and doing the project the way you did it, the end product is good quality and very solid. Not having a technique like this has what has kept me away from working with wood such as this. I hope to use some ideas here in the future. THANK you very much for this great guide.
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When I got my advanced open water certificate (scuba), the instructor did something very similar, but I think with handballs. At about 110' of depth, the balls were totally collapsed, and fit into the bottle just fine. Same concept, but they balls were 100% undamaged. If one were to smash the bottle to get them back out (hehe, that's the easy way to recover them), those balls would have been completely usable. But any pressure chamber should suffice. At 110', I think we were at about 4.5 atmosphere (every 30'-33' of sea water adds another atmosphere).
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