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cannonfodder
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#1471: Post by cannonfodder »

Steam, water and brew lever in Bacote for a Profitec Pro 500 headed for the UK.

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BaristaBob

#1472: Post by BaristaBob »

^^^ that wood is beautiful!!! :shock:
Bob "hello darkness my old friend..I've come to drink you once again"

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cannonfodder
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#1473: Post by cannonfodder »

Maple burl with a satin finish for a Decent espresso machine.



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mwynne

#1474: Post by mwynne »

That maple burl is gorgeous!

Have you found that folks like to keep the shape of their handles and knobs the same as stock shapes? Or do you have a selection of more ergonomic/whatever shapes you like to use?

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cannonfodder
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#1475: Post by cannonfodder »

Satin-finished maple for an ECM Synchronika. Portafilter and machine controls turned in the same fashion as the factory shape.



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cannonfodder
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#1476: Post by cannonfodder »

Finished this last week but have not had a chance to get a photo. Black walnut case for some Damascus knifes. Miter jointed, neodymium magnet closure, padded and felt-lined lid to hold everything secure and the blade support is cut so the blades are suspended and not resting on the cutting edge which would dull them. The original case was warped, cracked, would no close, misshapen and general junk. The knifes were made at a coffee plantation from coffee tree limb trimmings for the handles.







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cannonfodder
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#1477: Post by cannonfodder »

Standard Ironwood for a Decent Espresso.



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vberch

#1478: Post by vberch »

Dave,

Stunning work! I bought a knife from you years ago and it's frequently used and proudly displayed in the hobby room. Thanks!
cannonfodder wrote:Finished this last week but have not had a chance to get a photo. Black walnut case for some Damascus knifes. Miter jointed, neodymium magnet closure, padded and felt-lined lid to hold everything secure and the blade support is cut so the blades are suspended and not resting on the cutting edge which would dull them. The original case was warped, cracked, would no close, misshapen and general junk. The knifes were made at a coffee plantation from coffee tree limb trimmings for the handles.

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cannonfodder
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#1479: Post by cannonfodder »

Ironwood burl for a VBM Domobar super with a nice gloss finish.

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cannonfodder
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#1480: Post by cannonfodder »

Macassar Ebony in a satin finish for a Gaggia Classic machine with an aftermarket screw off portafilter handle, a WDT grounds stirrer (without the pins installed), and a Pullman tamper handle.

Dave Stephens