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Knifemaking
These are a combination of processes I use to make knives. They will give you an idea of the kind of work involved in knife and sheath making. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate and contact me, I'll try to get back to you as soon as possible.
Knifemaking - Making a Fully Stainless Damascus Spoon   27. Making a Fully Stainless Damascus Spoon
Making a 9 1/2" long tasting spoon in stainless damascus for a chef. This is the first time I've made something like it. Next one is a damascus spork!.
 
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Knifemaking - Making a Chain San Mai Damascus Machete   25. Making a Chain San Mai Damascus Machete
Making a big machete of 12" blade, 18" overall length in san mai damascus with chain sides. This is the biggest piece I've done in this type of damascus so far.
  Knifemaking - Making a San Mai Integral Sub Hilt Fighter   26. Making a 10" San Mai Integral Sub Hilt Fighter
Making a big san mai damascus integral Loveless Sub Hilt Fighter. This is the biggest integral knife I've done so far.
Knifemaking - Forging and Tempering a Blade with Chainsaw, 5160 and Brass   23. Forging and Tempering a Blade with Chainsaw, 5160 and Brass
Adding brass to a san mai blade for decorative purposes and then heat treating it properly with a low tech solution.
  Knifemaking - Making Damascus and Mokume Lanyard Beads   24. Making Damascus and Mokume Lanyard Beads
This is how I make the damascus and mokume beads you see on the lanyards of my knives or in the Pendants Gallery.
Knifemaking - Blades from Motorcycle Chain, Powdered D2, 5160, 1030 and O1   21. Bowie Blade from Ball Bearings
Bowie blade from two 3" diameter ball bearings and 1010.
  Knifemaking - O1 Integral and Sheath   22. O1 Integral and Sheath
This is the fixed blade part of a fixed blade and folder collaboration with Ruben Calo.
Knifemaking - Blades from Motorcycle Chain, Powdered D2, 5160, 1030 and O1   19. Blades from Bike Chain, D2, 5160, 1030 and O1
A couple of blades mixing all kinds of different steels.
  Knifemaking - Fairbairn-Sykes Dagger in Chainsaw Chain and 5160   20. F-S Dagger in Chainsaw Chain and 5160
A Fairbairn-Sykes damascus dagger with melted brass decorations.
Knifemaking - Criollo Knife Leather Sheath   17. Criollo Knife Leather Sheath
A traditional style criollo sheath.
  Knifemaking - Fighter with Psychodelic Micarta Handle   18. Fighter with Psychodelic Micarta Handle
A small and nice fighter for a previous customer that needed this for his work overseas.
Knifemaking - Japanese San Mai Tanto - Multi Color Micarta Handle   15. Japanese San Mai Tanto - Micarta Handle
Home made micarta handle in the traditional style for the Japanese San Mai Tanto.
  Knifemaking - Cable Damascus with No Hammer Marks   16. Cable Damascus with No Hammer Marks
This is the finished knife that I've made for David Darom's 3rd book, "100 Custom Knives in the Making"
Knifemaking - Japanese San Mai Tanto - Tsuba   13. Japanese San Mai Tanto - Tsuba
Enameled and coppered tsuba for the Japanese San Mai Tanto.
  Knifemaking - Japanese San Mai Tanto - Wooden Sheath   14. Japanese San Mai Tanto - Wooden Sheath
Lacquered wooden sheath for the Japanese San Mai Tanto.
Knifemaking - Japanese San Mai Tanto - Blade   11. Japanese San Mai Tanto - Blade
Japanese traditional tanto in san mai damascus (1070 and 52100 from a motorcycle distribution chain, with a W1 core)
  Knifemaking - Japanese San Mai Tanto - Habaki   12. Japanese San Mai Tanto - Habaki
Nickel silver habaki for the Japanese San Mai Tanto.
Knifemaking - Damascus Ringed Fighter Sheath and Presentation Box   9. Ringed Fighter Sheath and Presentation Box
Sheath and presentation box for the Damascus Ringer Fighter.
  Knifemaking - Twisted Damascus Dagger Blade   10. Twisted Damascus Dagger Blade
A big twisted damascus dagger from a car distribution chain.
Knifemaking - Rope and Cable Drop Point   7. Rope and Cable Drop Point
A rough/wild/primitive style knife in cable damascus.
  Knifemaking - Damascus Ringed Fighter   8. Damascus Ringed Fighter
A big san mai damascus ringed fighter with sheep horn handle for a previous customer.
Knifemaking - Nessmuk Style Knife   5. Nessmuk Style Knife
A Nessmuk (George Sears Washington) style knife in cable damascus with two sheaths.
  Knifemaking - Integral Damascus Kitchen Knife   6. Integral Damascus Kitchen Knife
A san mai damascus kitchen knife with stainless steel handles for a chef in Spain.
Knifemaking - Torsioned Damascus Claw   3. Torsioned Damascus Claw
A hawksbill blade from files and ball bearing parts.
  Knifemaking - Generic Leather Sheaths   4. Generic Leather Sheaths
A couple of leather sheaths for different objects.
Knifemaking - Special Damascus Dagger   1. Special Damascus Dagger
A big dagger in cable damascus, ball bearings and old coins.
  Knifemaking - Three Criollo Knives   2. Three Criollo Knives
Three traditional style criollo knives with special handles. This was my first dealer order.
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