The knife market has long been waiting for an inexpensive unique friction knife.
For 2 days, the knife pretty well raised the money for kickstarter. There are still several samples available for purchase, but the author claims that the series will be very limited due to manual assembly, exactly like retrocars.
Find out more on the project page ...
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Cyber pocket exo-katana from a cyberpunk researcher.
Hello everyone, My name is Alexander Krivosheya. I am an engineer by vocation, I have experience in 3D graphics and a love of devices. I also play computer games and am a fan of Cyberpunk in all its manifestations. In particular, I really look forward to the release of the game of the Polish company CD Project - Cyberpunk 2077.
One day I was visited by the idea of creating an unusual knife. I love tech-wear and I always noticed that devices for this style of clothing are not available on the market. He was inspired by the game when he read in the morning that Elon Musk created a cyber car, decided that I would create a cyber knife, I already had some experience and I got down to business.
I’ve already done some sketching by hand, but the render of the final knife looked something like in the picture.
Since in the process of creating prototypes I tried almost all available metals: titanium...
You don’t need to buy those 42 in one knife sets to meet your every day kitchen requirements. By choosing these useful knives alone you can do most of your daily kitchen tasks easily.
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DOUBLE ACTION OTF KNIVES VS. SINGLE ACTION OTF KNIVES?
If you are unsure about which OTF knife you should get; be it single action, dual action, or double action OTF knives. You need to have some information about these types. Let’s enlighten you with the differences between the OTF knife types, to help you make an informed decision.
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Grading of a Zero tolerance knife via The Rockwell trial of hardness
In case you’re purchasing a quality zero tolerance knife, you may have seen something like “this zero-tolerance knife has an HRC rating of X”, where X is the rating esteem. Have you at any point pondered exactly what that rating implies? Assuming this is the case, you’re not the only one!
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QSP Pelican review
Just received the Pelican yesterday 3/27. Initial impressions:
-Fairly substantial knife at 4.5 oz with good ergonomics. Fits nicely in my large hands. Nicely milled and finished micarta.scales. Deep carry pocket clip that allows about 1/2 inch to protrude from pocket. No hot spots for me. Gorgeous bowhead wharncliff blade shape. Thick blade stock with a fairly thin edge and even grind. Perfectly centered and extremely sharp.
An excellent slicer. Jumping on blade is excellent and extends 1.25 inches. along the spine. The jumping and flipper tab are not to sharp. However…
-Stiffest detent I have ever experienced. Tore a piece of my right index finder off the first time I tried to flip it. It was even difficult to open with 2 hands. I tried backing off the pivot screw a bit but it didn’t help and caused some blade rock. There was also a distinct grinding when swinging the blade open and closed.
So rather than send it back I decided to disassemble it and see...
I've noticed lately that there is a noticeable lack of photos of knives in the closed position. Massdrop photographers are a big fan of knives open, and half open, but doesn't really show any photos of closed. Personally, I think this is a very important type of photo for a knife. It helps show the lines of the design, the carry profile, the centering of the blade, etc. I'm less inclined to buy a knife when I can't see this particular angle in the photos, it sounds silly but it's true. Granted, I do rely a lot on youtubers reviewing the knives, but it would be nice on the actual Massdrop pages to see what the knife looks like closed. Maybe it's just me.