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San Mai MOKUME Pocket Cutter

San Mai MOKUME from 1010/1070/copper sides and a 5160 core. Differentially HT'd.

1.96" (50 mm) long and 0.26" (6.8 mm) thick. 1.06" (27 mm) cutting edge.

Hand made leather sheath, copper/stainless mokume lanyard bead.

 

This is the first thing I've made from San Mai Mokume. I'm making a fork/knife set on this same material though, I'll have pictures pronto.

 

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And another cutter I've made too:

 

 

San Mai Damascus Bottle Opener / Cutter

San Mai Damascus from 1010/1070 with a 5160 core.

5.11" (130 mm) long and 0.18" (4.6 mm) thick. 1.41" (36 mm) cutting edge.

Hand made leather sheath, stag lanyard bead.

 

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My website:

http://www.aescustomknives.com/

 

 

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Thanks for looking!

 

 

Ariel

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Thats pretty crazy, I didn't know you could stick copper to steel, was there a more specialized process than normal mokume?

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I didn't know you could stick copper to steel,

 

Dude, Ariel could weld railroad tracks to lead ingots . . .

 

He consistently welds stuff together that defy the laws of probability.

 

Nice work, as always, Ariel.

 

--Dave

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all I can say is :wacko: i never even thought about doing something like that. Good job Ariel

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