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Custom Knife Collaborations: Favorites and Wish Lists
Knife makers all have their own styles, and not all mashups make sense. Sometimes two people get together and the results are fantastic - to me, that means their individual styles and design elements are both easily perceived, and blended sea...
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The fine folks at Massdrop asked us to tell the story of Ferrum Forge Knife Works... little did they know what they were asking. This is a transcript of what we said, cleaned up of course. [image] Elliot: Well hey there, I’m Elliot Willi...
Okay, so here's my question. We know that heat treating is the entire process and that tempering is the step following the quench. You're tempering to bring the hardness achieved post quench into a tougher, less brittle state, right? So if I have that all correct, you're telling me that you're quenching the steel and then tempering to achieve a post-temper hardness of 63 on your blank. You're telling me that if you were to test that blank...
I'm afraid I need to jump on this bandwagon as well, quite confused here Here's a snippet from the description of the Yaxell Dragon Fire drop : "The knives feature a blade made from nitrogen-enriched American BD1N steel that has a Rockwell hardness of 63 to maintain its edge." The specs section lists it at 63 as well. To me that would imply that the final hardness is 63, no? When speaking of edge retention in the same sentence. Further, the...
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