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  • Instructions - Brisa Knife Making Kits Instructions - Brisa Knife Making Kits

    Instructions - Brisa Knife Making Kits

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    Instructions for Brisa Knife Making Kits with pre-milled scales The kits come with blade sharp and ready to go handle scales that are rough ground to shape corby bolts for the handle Optional: Some kits come with spacer material, either loose or...
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  • HOW TO: Making a handle for the NKD Beaver 70 HOW TO: Making a handle for the NKD Beaver 70

    HOW TO: Making a handle for the NKD Beaver 70

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    How to make the handle scales for the Nordic Knife Design Beaver 70: (These instructions will work for most any fulltang knife using 1/4" corby bolts and handle scales) A tutorial how to make a NKD Beaver 70 knife using the blade, handle scales and...
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  • What Abrasive Belts To Buy?

    What Abrasive Belts To Buy?

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    Abrasive Belts: What belts to buy?. So here is a quick guide to get you going. This is not a long, exhaustive list covering lots of specialty-use belts for specialist makers, but a good middle-of-the-road list of belts that works well for us - and might...
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  • How to Finish Micarta? How to Finish Micarta?

    How to Finish Micarta?

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    How To Finish Micarta Knife Handle Scales Why use micarta? Micarta is a popular handle material due to ease of working and being water-proof. It drills, grinds and sands as easily as wood but with the advantage of having no issues being left wet for...
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  • Heat Treating 14C28N Swedish Stainless Steel

    Heat Treating 14C28N Swedish Stainless Steel

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    How to Heat Treat 14C28N: Stainless Steel From Sandvik, Sweden Many makers want to use stainless steel for a cleaner look in kitchen knives, in the past we have used to suggest 12C27 as the stainless steel to start with. 12c27 is fairly easy to heat...
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  • How to create a Hamon using W2 steel

    How to create a Hamon using W2 steel

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    Heat Treat Recipe for Hamon using W2 Recipe copied from AustralianBladeForums.com.au, post by Shawn McIntyre, original text from John White. Only work I have done is convert from Fahrenheit to Celcius and add a summary for clarity. Summary: How...
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  • How To: Heat treating 80CrV2 Steel

    How To: Heat treating 80CrV2 Steel

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    How to Heat Treat 80CrV2 Carbon Steel: 80CrV2 is a popular blade steel in Finland, most all of the Lauri, Polar and Laurin and many of the Brisa carbon blades are made in just this steel. It is a steel similar to 1084 with the added Vanadium helping...
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  • How To: Heat treating CPM S35VN

    How To: Heat treating CPM S35VN

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    Heat treating CPM S35VN CPM S35VN is a martensitic stainless steel designed to offer improved toughness over CPM S30V. It is also easier to machine and polish than CPM S30V. Substituting niobium carbides for some of the vanadium...
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  • Pour the mixed resin into the mould to let it settle. The mould can be made from silicone or wood lined with baking paper. If not using the entire kit, weight up the parts:
Part A: 3 parts (for instance 150 grams)
Part B: 1 part (for instance 50 gram)
This will combine into 200 grams where 3/4 is part A and 1/4 is part B.

    How To Use Knife Handle Casting Resin

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    How To use: Knife Handle Casting Resin These are the instructions for the knife handle casting resin mix. The kit comes with 2 bottles of resin, these need to be mixed together and then poured into a mold.  Health warning: Epoxy should be kept...
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  • Heat Treating Cu Mai Billets Heat Treating Cu Mai Billets

    Heat Treating Cu Mai Billets

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    How to Heat Treat Cu Mai (1084 + Nickel + Copper + 1020) Cu Mai is an amazing-looking material in the right hands, but certainly not a beginner project. The laminated copper in between the steel and nickel makes it temperamental, and will require some...
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  • Instructions - Heat Treating ELMAX steel

    Instructions - Heat Treating ELMAX steel

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    ​ELMAX Superclean is a powder "super steel" by Uddeholm known for excellent edge retention qualities and high toughness. The steel has 1.7% carbon and often tempered to 60+ HRC in use for knife blades: Uddeholm Elmax SuperClean is a high...
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  • Chef Grand 220: How To Make A Chef Knife Kit Chef Grand 220: How To Make A Chef Knife Kit

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    Chef Grand 220: How To Make A Chef Knife Kit

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    How To Complete a Chef Knife Kit: Tutorial on the Grand Chef 220 Kit These instructions will be the same for most fulltang blades, here using the Grand Chef 220 kit. A "fulltang blade" means that the handle profile is part of the blade already, we will...
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  • How to use the Handle Finish Kit How to use the Handle Finish Kit

    How to use the Handle Finish Kit

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    Instructions: Uncle Bjorn’s Handle Finish Neutral Finish. Resin Based Hard Wearing Handle Finish The kit consists of Bottle 1: the resin mix itself Bottle 2: lubricant oil Cotton fabric to apply the resin mix Sand paper We recommend...
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  • Instructions - Completing a Folder Kit Instructions - Completing a Folder Kit

    Instructions - Completing a Folder Kit

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    Instructions: Completing a Folding Knife Kit  for the folder kits that come with loose sides (liners) and blade, pin stock is used to combine these into a folder. For instance the Gentleman's Folder kit or the Folder Kit 65 mm.   List...
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  • Basic Kit: Making both blade and handle Basic Kit: Making both blade and handle

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    Basic Kit: Making both blade and handle

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    How to make your own blade and fulltang knife   These instructions show how to make a knife including the blade itself, using our 1084 Carbon Steel kits.  The instructions are showing how to make a fulltang blade, the only difference with...
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  • How To: Staining wood to increase character Curly birch, unstained and rough sanded

    How To: Staining wood to increase character

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    Increase grain contrast by staining the wood   Some handle pieces are special because of the way they look, others because there is something special about the piece and how you got it. Staining the wood and sanding some off again, can be a good...
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  • Instructions - Fulltang Knife Instructions - Fulltang Knife

    Instructions - Fulltang Knife

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    How to: Completing a Fulltang knife   These instructions are for Fulltang blades, where handle scales are attached on each side of the blade. For stick tang instructions, see this link: https://nordicedge.com...
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  • Instructions - Pouch Style Leather Sheath

    Instructions - Pouch Style Leather Sheath

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     Pouch style leather knife sheath This guide is for making your own sheath in vegetable tanned leather ,but can be completed in most any leather by using the below images as a guide to cutting out the pieces required. Most if not all...
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  • How to: Completing a Scandi Knife Kit How to: Completing a Scandi Knife Kit

    How to: Completing a Scandi Knife Kit

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    Instructions: Completing a Scandi Knife Kit  ** If wanting these instructions printed and posted rather than reading them here, include them with your order. You will then also be sent a link for downloading them as a PDF file when your order...
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