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For those who miss David's steel posts
Posted By Bruce McCrory
Date Thursday, 5 May 2022, at 9:49 p.m.

Bruce McCrory
Joel Moskowitz over at Tools For Working Wood (TFWW) recently posted about their small batch tempering of tools made in-house, behind the store front, in his blog:

https://toolsforworkingwood.com/store/blog/1144/O1%20vs%20O1 O1 vs O1.

To achieve consistent temper at the best possible hrc (published) the process is labor intensive, expensive, and definitely not something they can trust to contractors--at this time.

Check it out and reaffirm David's own findings. It's quite interesting, also.

 
  

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