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Got some time off, so I started finishing the forged blanks done.

Pairing knife 8 3/4" long with a 4 3/4" blade.  blade is 3/4" wide & 3/16" thick  made out of 1085

 

 

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Heavy duty utility chef knife. 

9" overall 5" blade 1 1/8" wide & 3/16 thick 1085

This one I left the tig welded scales top and bottom proud, nice for grip. Has a convex beved edge.

 

 

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Chefs knife

10 1/4" overall 7" blade 1/8" thick 1 1/4" wide   1085

convex bevel edge , almost balanced, slightly to handle (just barely)

 

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Those look like some really bomb proof knives!

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On 8/29/2018 at 6:36 PM, MikeDT said:

Those look like some really bomb proof knives!

Thanks, I think.

Forgot to mention, I Am a beginner bladesmith.

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Bit out of sequence although, just finished this one. Working on getting my forging cleaner. Made from a file as you could guess. 

Am freehand grinding all of these as in no rest, no jig.

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Nice. I like that shape on the chef's knife. Tough thing to do a full integral handle with high finsh

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Thank you so much for the kind words sir. Working towards more brute de forge with less grinding as well. Both most definitely have their challenges. 

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Tim, when I said bomb proof, I meant a solid, can handle anything thrown at it, strong design.... it was meant as a compliment.  I haven't tried to tackle an integral yet, so my hat off to you!

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2 hours ago, MikeDT said:

Tim, when I said bomb proof, I meant a solid, can handle anything thrown at it, strong design.... it was meant as a compliment.  I haven't tried to tackle an integral yet, so my hat off to you!

Thanks Mike

Oh, someday..   they will be works of art.

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new cutter done, hand forged from 01 tool steel. Scales HSS blended in & contoured smooth. 

13 1/2" overall

7 3/4" cutting edge

3/16" spine convex beveled to a razor blade 

2 1/2" blade 

not going full polish on this, just keeping the hours down.

have two more to finish up one similar the other not as much.

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You have a unique style for a beginning smith; that is very nice and I can see you building a following!

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On 9/10/2018 at 10:35 PM, SteveShimanek said:

You have a unique style for a beginning smith; that is very nice and I can see you building a following!

Thank you so much for those sentiments Steve. I have recently worked for free with two blacksmiths to get some experience. Wanting to find a bladesmith in the Tucson area to learn from. 

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misspelled Tucson :0

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My take on a Santoku. 01 tool steel, brass brushed handle. Made this a bit smaller & sleek for a woman. 

 

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Diagonal cross pein 

I can work with wood, just do not like to. Fills the shop up with dust (everywhere) have to change respirator filters, etc, etc..

Oh, handle is hickory, just used my 5" Metabo hand grinder to fit & grrrind the wood down. Then touch up on the belt sander. Flame hardened & slathered on some boiled linseed oil.

 

Can mods place this glowing head as avatar please?

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asking mods if would make profile pic

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