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    Default FS misc. G10 sheets

    Who uses G10 material?

    I'm cleaning off the shelves and I don't want to add to the local landfill; got an assortment of G10 leftovers to sell.
    Some are labeled G10/FR4, most don't say.

    Dimensions are as follows:
    .125 x 12 x 12 (G10/FR4)
    .187 x 12 x 12 (G10/FR4; piece of that sheet has been cut off)
    .250 x 12 x 12 (G10/FR4)
    .250 x 5.5 x 17
    .500 x 7 x 24
    .750 x 4 x 10.50
    .980 x 3 x 8 (2)
    .980 x 6 x 12
    1.0 x 6 x 12

    I'd prefer to sell it as a batch; looking for $150 plus shipping.

    Thanks!

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    Hi Mac, as you probably already know, knife makers use this alot for scales and handles. A knife makers forum might give you some more interest. Jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmm03 View Post
    Hi Mac, as you probably already know, knife makers use this alot for scales and handles. A knife makers forum might give you some more interest. Jim
    No, I actually did not know that. Thanks for the tip!

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    The 1/8". 3/16", and maybe the 1/4" stuff would be very desirable to knife makers. The only Knife forum I frequent, BladeForums, will not allow you to post for sale threads unless you are a paid subscriber so I don't know where you should go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidScott View Post
    The 1/8". 3/16", and maybe the 1/4" stuff would be very desirable to knife makers. The only Knife forum I frequent, BladeForums, will not allow you to post for sale threads unless you are a paid subscriber so I don't know where you should go.
    I found that out, about Bladeforums. LOL
    I joined Knifedogs and posted an ad; time will tell..

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    Sold to the knife makers.

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    Would knife makers be interested in 1/16" thick G10? I think I have a bunch of drops but wonder if that's too thin to be useful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robert123 View Post
    Would knife makers be interested in 1/16" thick G10? I think I have a bunch of drops but wonder if that's too thin to be useful.
    Yes. I had one member of the Knifedogs forum ask me if I had anything in the .030-.060 range, but I don't.

    He didn't want a very large piece. But if he has a use for thin stuff, I imagine there must be others who use it.

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    When I was making knives, I would use down to .02" thick G10 for liners and accent pieces.

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