Monday, November 21, 2011

Yet More Knifery ...


With a 320 grit, before annealing and tempering and like that. Handle samples TK ....

Ooh! Ooh!

6 comments:

SM said...

Nice. Is the steel wootz, pattern welded, or something else?

(Anon since I can't log in through Wordpress)

Richard Sackville said...

very nice indeed. When it's finished I would not mind seeing a video of the end product, prehaps on you tube or your blog?

Regards

Richard

Anonymous said...

The steel is random pattern damascus. :-)

- Chuck

Joe said...

Beauty!

Steve Perry said...

Yeah, I'll do finished pictures, maybe a short video, and the knife and maker will find themselves in a guest appearance in an upcoming novel -- I like to showcase my talented friends when I can.

Steve Perry said...

From Chuck:
The metals:

5160 (spring steel)
203E (low carbon high impact High nickel mild steel alloy)
15N20 (band saw blade material)
52100 (ball bearing steel, incredibly durable)