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Ulrich Hennicke

Automatic folder with not visible screws

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I like to show you my first automatic folder with not visible screws and a hiden release action. :D

Dressed in damascus, titanium and stabilized mammouthivory.

Bladelength: 85mm/ 3,35 inch.

 

Here a video from the action :

Thanks for looking.

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Edited by Ulrich Hennicke

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That is absolutely gorgeous!

 

If you don't mind me asking, how do you hide the screws?

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Thats pretty cool Uli. Will you be at Blade this year????

 

Cheers Bruce

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I usually don't care for custom folders. but, this one is wonderful. exquisite combination of material and mechanism. good taste in music, too.

kc

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Very cool. and nice clean work too... Looks like it works really nice.... I wish you had recorded the sound of it opening... It looks very solid...smile.gif

Dick

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A hidden-screw scale release auto, I love it! B)

 

And not a single torx-head screw in sight, thanks. ;)

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A hidden-screw scale release auto, I love it! B)

 

And not a single torx-head screw in sight, thanks. ;)

 

 

Just for you my friend.... :D

 

Thanks for your kind words

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So Sweet...awesome. Thanks for sharing the pictures!

 

Brian

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Looks like you solved The Problem for folder makers :)

I hope I can see it soon.

 

Tõnu

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Very Clever!

 

And a beautiful knife to boot!

 

Great work :-)

 

Hope to see you soon. Will I also see this knife?

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