Spring Tempering 01 The Knife Network Forums Knife Making Discussions
Cnc knife making. this is all about making knives using cnc somewhere in the process. this includes cnc milling, lathe, waterjet, laser cutting, etc. post pictures of your machines, knife parts, finished knives, questions, answers, tutorials, videos whatever. cnc related knife making is part of the community and is growing daily. Community discussion forums where the members come together discussion forums for community related topics like humor, politics, gadgets & gear, and regional issues. community center this forum is intended for non knife related discussion, announcements of get togethers, knife show listings, humor, and everyday life. Knives for sale. this forum is to provide a place for members to offer their knives for sale. no dealer or commercial postings, but if you have a knife that you made and would like to offer it for sale please feel free to post. 7.3k. posts. 1: heat the knife up to aus temp. 2: quench the knife in a fast enough medium to reach martensite start without forming pearlite. 3: let cool to below martensite finish. 4: temper. not trying to be snyde, there are a large number of variables that will define how to advise you to perform each of these steps. If you have a fixed blade knife you want to buy , sell , or trade, this is the place. there is a $10.00 commission (donation) per each knife sold. use the paypal button at the top of the forum when you list. post and browse pictures of your fixed blade knives here.
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Question for knife makers #1169287 01 13 10 03:53 pm: anneal the file he was about to make into a knife but rather tempered it. of annealing and tempering. It's easy enough to find out though make a quick, simple knife and see. take about a six inch length, gently grind off the teeth, wrap some tape around one end for a handle, and then form a cutting edge on an inch or so of the other end. try how well it cuts; it shouldn't take even an hour to do that. I don't think a chain saw blade is tempered enough for a knife blade, plus it is probably too thick. i am thinking of making one from a circular saw blade. i saw a video and it is easy to cut out a form with a angle grinder. i did not know that some were only tempered close to the teeth so i will have to read up on that.
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Heat Treating 01 Tool Steel With Anti Scale Atp 641
in this video i hardened and tempered a batch of knives using atp 641 anti scale compound. royalty free music from bensound . episode 1 part 2 of the #makersgonnamake series with abs apprentice steve nowacki of white tiger knives educates us about quenching your knife, how to check out my website for more info: goughcustom this video has been in the making for over a year! over the last 4 years i have been working i put the knife through a series of tests to show how durable and tough the blades can be. knife making how to heat treat a knife | super simple diy heat treating. the 4 steps you need to know. more info below⬇️ beginner knife making steel thank you for watching this video. this knife comes from a csgo game. i borrowed slavik tely's video when making it. youtu.be lrvk7of8tmi quenching, hardness testing, rockwell hardness, steel hardening, tempering, knifemaking, making a knife edge hard, liquid quench, peanut oil, olive oil, i show how to heat treat and temper a blade project using an oil hardening tool steel. (o1) get 3 months of skillshare for just $0.99 using this link, offer ends february 15th: skl.sh realengineering99 watch alec's 2 part vlog: this is the tempering process. tempering is destressing the steel after hardening to make the knife tough rather than too hard which may break under pressure. this video show how to harden 10 series steel using canola oil and my homemade charcoal forge. forum: forum.txbushcraft website so this is pretty much just me talking about a few things. things like evenheat knife making ovens kilns, heat treating, tempering, a knife makers candle, falling