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I never know what to do with small left over pieces of my Damascus. So I weld a tang on and turn them into small kitchen knives.

These 3 have Iron wood handles, micarta spacers and stainless fittings with epoxy and pinned handles.

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Three beautiful knives Cal and I dont think it maters if a knife that turns out that good is planned from the start or the result of using up leftover's when they look like that at the conclusion of the exercise. 

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17 hours ago, Cal G said:

I never know what to do with small left over pieces of my Damascus. So I weld a tang on and turn them into small kitchen knives.

These 3 have Iron wood handles, micarta spacers and stainless fittings with epoxy and pinned handles.

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ok i give whats the patern on the botum one ? and posibly how to acheve it

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Those are really nice. I love the lines. 

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Beautiful, classic design. and flawless execution. Well done.

 

13 hours ago, dragoncutlery said:

ok i give whats the patern on the botum one ? and posibly how to acheve it

I'm going to take a stab at answering.

This is an side/end-grain. Flat laminate a billet, draw it out and fold it accordion style. Weld it shut and flip the billet 90 degrees forging the edges down flat. Create a flat bar and make the blades.

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