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Just finished designing and making up a chef's knife roll case.

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kiwican   

I'm really digging that. Great job 

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Beautiful!

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I really like the style of that.

What keeps the knives from hitting each other?

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I love the rustic look that has, Looks amazing

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Very professional looking.

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Sticks   

Can you post pics where the actual workmanship can be seen.?

Do you have macro lens.>?

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Just finished up a matching one in Black Pebble leather,Nickle Hardware. The second one was Much faster,now that have a design made up.....

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kiwican   

Beauty! 

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Lobo   

That is exceptionally nice work. Also a very practical product for professional chefs. Every chef I ever knew had a fortune tied up in his knives and took very good care of them; they went to work when he went to work and they went home with him/her at the end of every day. Anyone working in a commercial kitchen quickly learns that just touching the chef's knives can result in having your heart and entrails deposited on the kitchen floor.

Seriously, we are looking at a real business opportunity here. When a chef invests several hundred, or a few thousand, dollars in his professional tools, that chef will not resist spending a reasonable amount of money to provide a safe and secure method of transporting his tools to and from work every day.

 

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This is wonderful.  Did you put anything across the ridge under the handle to reinforce it?   I'm going to try and build one and don't have that figured out yet.

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mikesc   

Superb..and agree totally with Lobo..

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Thank you very kind of you!!!!  

 

Yes, a support is needed to be able to carry without it folding in on itself.. It vary's on what the load will be on what i use. 

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