Propane behaviour at gas cutoff in Gas Forges Posted March 17, 2019 Thomas Powers - Here are 2 photos. 1 showing the marks left and the second showing the knife in it's entirety. I am not sure how I missed it, but the tip of the blade is way too thick compared to the rest of the blade. And the plunge was supposed to be 1/8 longer. I made a few tests with the knife before taking the pictures to see if the knife would hold an edge. I hammered the knife to cut through wood, I cut through old sand paper , i cut through softwood (don't have any hardwood around) and the knife is still cutting great. I will need to work more on the tip though. Overall, i'm pretty satisfied with the outcome. I really like the scotch brite micarta and I will most definitely try to make a better one with different colors and no bubbles. I sanded the handle to 600 grit and gave it a small polish with the polishing compound that came with my dremel. Not the best, but does the job. I already started researching my next project. This first knife was a lot of time and struggle but kept me wanting for more.