Monthly Archives: May 2013

Spyderco Delica Completed

The lettering is small so it took a little longer to do. I used a #50 round graver for the lettering and a 120 degree graver for the anchor and heart. Continue reading

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Meagan’s Spyderco Delica – Front side completed.

Looks great! One side finished, on to the back… After two more hours of stippling and shading the front side is completed. ┬áSince I started using a Carbide graver shaped for stippling, I can cover a larger area faster and … Continue reading

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Spyderco Delica – Western Scroll and shading

Another two hours at the bench and the shading is complete. Engraving the scrolls went very well. The usual problems when I would hit the pins that hold the knife together. These pins are harder metal and cause the graver … Continue reading

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Spyderco Delica Update.

Four hours in and the wheat stalks and initials are finished and I’m starting on the scroll backbone and leaves. So far the steel is cutting very nicely. I did have the graver tip break on me and slip but … Continue reading

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Meagan’s Spyderco Knife

Today, I am finally getting to the engraving phase of this project. Meagan contacted me weeks ago and we settled on the design fairly quickly but life happens and I have been unable to get this started until today. Now … Continue reading

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