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Few new pattern welded blades


Lukasz
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Hi everyone! I would like to share with you few photos of my latest pattern welded knifes. I had been playing with different steel combinations to get some new, interesting patterns. Hope you like it :)

 

Patern welded 127.jpg

 

Pattern welded 127.jpg

 

Pattern welded blade 111111 2.jpg

 

Pattern welded broken back 3.jpg

 

P3111032.jpg

 

Small sax 15n20 11.jpg

 

Small sax 15n20.jpg

 

Small sax with inlay 3.jpg

 

Edblad 1.jpg

 

 

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WOW! those are really bold I don't know if I could pick a favorite one. How many alloys are you combining?

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Seeing this caliber of pattern-welding is inspiring... excellent, brilliant, fantastic.

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WOAH !!!! bitchin patterns ........

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I am so glad you posted this, absolutely beautiful!

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I like them all, but that 2nd broken back with the two twists is just beautiful.

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Those are awesome! If I had to pick a favorite it'd have to be that little bitty broken back in the fourth pic (the one with your hand in it) great stuff though, all of them look great!

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Thank you so much for your reply gentleman :)

 

I would like to share photo of one more crazy blade. My intention was to do some triple twist with different steel variations. That's what I came up with.

 

Dion, I combine even up to six different kinds of iron and steel to create patterns.

 

Close up 11.jpg

pattern welded bade tripple ttist 2.jpg

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I love the 'patterns within a pattern' effect... man that is a beautiful blade!

George Ezell, bladesmith

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Inspiring!! Thanks Lukaz. I may try the twist technique in the last blade. I really like the effect.

 

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Man! That is amazing... Lukasz,that is inspirational!

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I have never seen anything like the pattern of that last blade! Amazing. Did you do a high layer twist and then weld new layers on to it? If so.... Fair play, that's pretty hardcore!

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