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Jeremy Blohm

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About Jeremy Blohm

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    Oceana county Michigan
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    Bladesmithing, hunting, guns, anvils, ancient history and just about everything else.

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  1. It's in the etch now....It looks incredible!!!!!!!
  2. I just looked up the Jeremy´╗┐ Schmidt ´╗┐grinder and I have a friend that built one similar to it. I will message him and see where he found his design.
  3. This is what I'm going to buy eventually!!! I almost did but I bought another anvil when I bought those anvils from Austria. https://usaknifemaker.com/midwest-knifemaker-grinder-frame-parts-w-tool-bar-8-wheel.html
  4. I built mine using imagineering. I just took what I had and started assembling. Never looked at a plan or anything. I bought a couple belts so I could get the layout for the wheels and built the frame off of that.
  5. The Alec Steele Co. Grinder will be available sometime in the next week or so.
  6. Its heat treated and ready for the grind and then THE ETCH!!!! I cant wait to see it after its etched. I'm really really excited about it!!!
  7. Should I weld on a steel poll on the back side or leave it as wrought iron? I really don't plan on hammering on/with it.
  8. This is what I'm thinking. Or should I forge it all to shape? I just fear it will end up too long! Part three finally uploaded!!!
  9. Thank you gentlemen!!!! I'm going to make a better drift to get rid of the "hollowness?" In the eye area. I had a drift I had already made that I tried to get to work and it did for the most part but I want them a little better. Part if the reason that hollow is there, is because one of the peaks didn't get drawn out quite as much as the other three so I worked it a bit with the drift in. I'm going to trim the top and bottom of the blade to make it a bit more like the one in the article.
  10. So if you are trying to make wootz it would be a good idea to add some green glass as it has traces of vanadium?
  11. So I have an opportunity to get small amounts of vanadium and I was wondering if it would be worth getting and adding trace amounts of it in some crucible steel? This might be one of the dumbest questions I've had?
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