Utensil - Knife

By Josh-Worley | Created April 30th, 2019 | Published April 30th, 2019 | Updated December 17th, 2019

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Part of the three-piece Utensil set, Knife is an excellent project to get started with before progressing onto the more complex Fork and Spoon. During the project, comprehensive instructions will guide you through a rewarding making process, where you will use Origin to transform a block of Beech, Walnut or Cherry wood into a beautiful dining knife. Be sure to check out the Utensil Fork and Spoon projects and complete your cutlery set! Check out the demo video: https://vimeo.com/331940706/84cd7

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- Beech, Walnut or Cherry wood blocks measuring 40mm x 40mm x 260mm - MDF measuring 400mm x 650mm (18mm or 3/4" thickness) - X3 MDF strips measuring 18mm x 24mm x 400mm (or) 0.75” x 0.9” x 15.7”
- Shaper Origin - Dust Extractor - ShaperTape - 4mm T Handle Hex Wrench - 19mm Wrench - 1/4" Upcut Router Bit - Sharp 10mm Woodworking Chisel - Sandpaper (p80, p120, p180, p240 grits) - Fine Blade Japanese Saw (or) Coping Saw
You can download printable instructions via the link below: https://www.dropbox.com/s/f73hnt92afcbq7s/josh-worley_utensil_knife_making-instructions.pdf?dl=1

This project is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution - NonCommerical - Share - Alike license