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Damascus steel from nuts and bolts

  • Damascus steel from nuts and bolts.


    The process of making a blade from end Damascus steel from nuts and bolts. Temporary covers were made of stainless steel and were not welded to the main blank, unfortunately the removal process is not shown due to damage to the recording file.
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    In this video I show you how I forge a giant high grade bolt into a billet to make a knife . This is part 2 video where I forge the billet into a twisted pattern damascus knife blank .

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  • Damascus steel from Balls from the bearing.


    Bowie blade from Damascus steel from balls from the bearing.

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  • Damascus steel from an old chainsaw chain USSR.


    I make a blade by forging from an old chain from a Druzhba chainsaw (Damascus steel from a chain).
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  • Damascus steel from Grover washers - blade


    The process of manufacturing a blade from Damascus steel, welded from the washers of the grover and powder iron in the container. The cutting edge is welded steel W1-7. Hardened to a hardness of 62 units by Rockwell.
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  • Damascus steel from two tape measures and 100 blades of stationery knives


    Making a blade from Damascus steel from two 5 meter tape measures and 100 blades for stationery knives. 201 layers in one forge weld (my new record).
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  • Damascus blade made out of fish hook & steel powder,twisted damascus


    damascus blade made out of fish hook& steel powder,twisted damascus


  • Damascus blade out of small ball bearing and twist damascus


    Damascus blade out of small ball bearing and twist damascus


  • Bolt Nut Manufacturing Process - How Raw Steel Is Transformed Into Highly Exact Metal Implements


    Find Out How Raw Steel Is Transformed Into Highly Specified And Exact Metal Implements - Bolt Nut Manufacturing Process

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  • Blacksmithing - Forging old rusty nails to new steel!


    Forging old rusty nails to new steel. A pile of rusty old nails can be forged into new stock for future projects!

  • Blade with facings of Damascus steel of the cable.


    Making of a blade from a laminate with lining from Damascus steel from a rope (cable). With two lines of pseudo hamons, a rope pattern and a rope texture on the butt.
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  • Valyrian steel from five pieces. The higher mysteries of technology.


    Making a blade from mosaic Damascus steel from parts of old projects, some elements are taken from the video:

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  • Turning a Rusty BOLT into a really SHARP Chef KNIFE


    I Turned a really rusty Bolt into a goof looking and fine Kitchen Chef Knife.
    The Bolt was forged into a flat steel sheet.

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  • Forging a Knife From a Bolt


    I forge a knife from a rusted bolt that I found in a disused mine workings.

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  • This Is the Best Feather Pattern Ive Made in a Knife: Full Build


    I am making a W Feather Pattern Damascus Frame Handle Fighter with 5,000 layers. This is the most beautiful feather pattern I have made. The pattern came out very consistent, which I love. I am using 1084 and 15n20. The fittings are feather pattern damascus as well, with a little bit of 24k gold inlay. The handle is fossilized mammoth ivory with Argentium Silver pins. This is a take-down construction, it is my first feather pattern to coffee darken. One of my best feathers! This knife was a custom knife made for an Australian customer, that's really cool because this is my first knife to make it Down Under. This is the 199th knife I have built. We call it Take Flight.

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    “The world needs more makers.” ~ RoyerX

    Being from a family of creatives whose motto was to produce not to consume was etched into Kyle from a very early age and being educated at home gave him many opportunities to work hard at his own creative pursuits.

    At eighteen, Kyle graduated high school and two weeks later received his Journeyman Smith Stamp and a rare double win of the George Peck Award and Bill Moran Award, “the 18-year-old prodigy”, “the blazing bladesmith” was what BLADE Magazine labeled him. Following that victory in November 2009 BLADE Magazine ran a special five-page spread “That Young and That Good”, the article went on to say “His ability to masterfully execute new designs, processes and artistic damascus patterns is remarkable. In spite of his young age, his fit/finish and attention to detail is representative of some of today's most known and sought after makers.” He was one of two to achieve Mastersmith by the age of twenty. His knives and his skills are highly sought after worldwide.

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  • Turning a Rusty BOLT into a Beautiful Shiny CHEF KNIFE


    Hello there, Today i am making a really beautiful and sharp kitchen knife by forging the Old and rusty Bolt. This is a Long Chef knife can be used in daily life. So, it would helpful for me :)

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    Turning a Rusty BOLT into a Beautiful Shiny CHEF KNIFE

  • Mini medieval hammer made with screws and nuts


    Mini medieval hammer made with screws and nuts
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  • DIY ring from a nut


    In this video I'm making a ring from stainless steel nut with common tools only. There I try to explain all steps involved in process of creation 'DIY ring from nut'.

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  • I Turn Stainless Steel Bolts into a Pocket Safe


    This is how I made a portable mini safe from stainless steel bolts.

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  • Forged in Fire: Blades from Cannon Scrap Metal | History


    Bladesmiths team up to forge knives from a cannon, in this clip from Season 5's episode, The Kabyle Flyssa. #ForgedInFire
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    Join Chef Taus as he visits with Damascus Chef's Knife maker, David Tuthill of Fire Horse Forge in Seattle.

    Learn how David is making these beautiful works of art and tools for the kitchen, from a 2,000 year old forging process.

  • Turning a Rusty BEARING into Shiny but Razor Sharp COMBAT KNIFE


    I Turned a really Rusty Ball Bearing into a Mirror Shine but Razor sharp COMBAT KNIFE.
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  • Making a Mini Machete from a Stainless Bolt


    In this video i turn a stainless bolt into a mini machete.

    0:05 – removing the thread of the stainless bolt
    0:15 – forging the stainless bolt into a plate
    0:54 – marking the shape of the machete on the plate
    1:09 – bringing the machete roughly in shape with the angle grinder
    1:30 – grinding the first side of the machete clean on the belt grinder
    1:44 – roughly grinding down the thikness of the machete with the angle grinder
    1:59 – taping the machete with carpet adhesive tape on the support plate
    2:24 – grinding the second side of the machete clean on the belt grinder with support plate
    2:42 – finishing the outside shape of the machete withe different file
    2:58 – drilling two holes in the blade for the handle
    3:28 – cutting off two pieces of brass for the handles with the angle grinder
    3:50 – taping the brass pieces on the machete and drill them together
    5:09 – bringing the brass handles roughly in shape with the angle grinder
    5:46 – glueing the two handles, the two stainless rivets and the machete together
    7:07 – bringing the handles in shape with the grinding wheel, belt grinder and file
    8:10 – sharpen the knife roughly with the belt grinder
    8:23 – polishing the knife
    8:55 – sharpen the blade with a grinding stone
    9:04 – final cutting test
    9:13 – showing off the final product, also in comparison with the stainless bolt

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  • the KUKRI SERIES...what is a kukri?


    we talk about what is a kukri and what to look for when buying one

  • Forging A Damascus Hog Splitter/Machete, Twine And Fiberglass Resin Composite Handle, Final Part


    Finishing the damascus (pattern welded) steel hog splitter / two handed machete!!
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  • Rusty Leaf spring steel to a KNIFE


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  • Forging the Dark blade of the Mandalorian.


    The Dark Blade is based on the Star Wars universe. Made from Beskar on the planet Mandalore.
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  • LOVELESS BOLTS | How To Make Them | How to Install Them | Knife Making Fasteners


    A deep dive into the loveless fastener! These bolts were pioneered by the legendary knife maker Bob Loveless and continue to be a popular option for attaching handle scales on full tang knives to this day. So if you're interested on how to make and how to install loveless fasteners stay tuned!

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  • Making Metallick Ring With Thorns Very Sharp Spikes From a Nut


    Today i made a metal ring from the nut
    If you have any good ideas, please comment below I will try to make videos for you to see.
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  • Hand Forged Damascus Ring


    Second attempt at making damascus steel by hand, this time forging 1070 high carbon and mild steel from the scrap bin to make a ring.
    First weld went decently without any delamination or cracks between the layers, second weld after the hot cut at 3:05
    didn't worked that well... Not sure about the cause, maybe the scales or the heat, would have been better if I repeated the
    cleaning and stick welding process instead of trying it hot. Next time!
    Pretty sure is not a problem for the use of this damascus, it survived the quench without falling apart,
    enough for me and I still love the end result!

    Index of operation and materials:

    0:04 Mild steel
    0:07 1070 high carbon steel
    0:11 Grinding faces to bare metal with 2x72 and hand held magnet
    0:51 Cleaning with acetone and stacking alternating 1070 and mild steel
    1:17 Stick welding, rebar piece as handle
    1:41 Coke forge
    1:52 Borax flux
    3:05 Hot cutting almost all the way
    3:18 Folding in half adding borax
    3:48 Grinding to clean metal (normalized off camera)
    4:27 Rough size with wrench
    4:37 Metal cutting band saw
    5:00 Marking material to remove with compass (center punched off camera)
    5:10 Drilling out most of the material up to the biggest drill bit I have
    5:50 Grinding excess material off with grinding bit on the drill press
    6:35 Grinding outer diameter on 2x72 by eye
    7:20 Spinning the ring in a drill makes for a decently consistent od
    7:57 Sanding up to 1000 grit on the belt grinder
    8:20 Bolt with a notch to hold sandpaper and sand inner diameter up to 1000 grit
    8:53 Hardening to improve pattern contrast, heating with map gas torch and quenching in oil
    9:26 Sanging again every surface up to 1000 grit
    9:37 Etching in ferric chloride, three cycles of 10 min each scrubbing in between under running water

    Off camera I also sanded one last time up to 1200 grit and polished with cotton wheel and fine polishing compound.

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  • Forging a knife from a 3/4 in. bolt


    Poboy took Poboy Jr. on an awesome road trip to Hank's Knife works next to Smoky Mountain Knife works in Seveirville, Tn. Uncle Hank offers classes to help you make your own knife. We took the class so YOU could see this for yourself. He chose the 3/4in. bolt to forge a knife. This video shows the entire process, and the finished product. This is one of the best times we have ever had on this channel. We highly recommend this activity, or just go by and visit Uncle Hank to see him in action. If you want to purchase one of his knives, just click on the link below and tell him you saw it on the Poboyspecial channel.

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  • DO KNIFE SHARPENING HACKS ACTUALLY WORK?? Strange knife sharpening methods


    Im sure everyone has seen the knife sharpening hack videos on youtube. Well, are they a viable option for knife sharpening? Or will they ruin your knife? Some of these methods are out there!

    These knife sharpening hacks are interesting. Im not sure where they originated from. Ive seen them all over youtube for as long as I can remember. Its time to give them a try and see if they work!

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  • blacksmithing - nuts, bolts and screws to compliment your forged iron


    The nuts, bolts and screws of blacksmithing. Or more specifically how to make off the shelf fasteners compliment your work instead of detracting from it. The key is to safely remove the plating before putting them in the fire. Never burn off the plating, the fumes are toxic.

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  • Knife making ~ Making a mosaic damascus Chefknife


    welcome back on my channel. In this video you can see how I forge a chefknife from mosaic damascus. Have fun !

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  • Worlds Most AMAZING Xacto Knife? Its Damascus Steel!


    The humble craft knife (sometimes referred to by the brand name, Xacto, one of the makers of craft/hobby knives) can be found at any hardware store for a few bucks. So why would somebody make one out of damascus steel and titanium? Because he can! Check out knifemaker Walter Sorrells as he makes what's arguably the most elaborate craft knife ever.

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  • Making a carving knife from strong bolt


    Making a carving knife from strong bolt

  • How I Make My Pommel Nuts


    This is how I make my pommel nuts for most of my knives. I am working on my dagger I've been working on for the past few weeks.
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  • What happens when you use cable damascus as layers in a damascus billet?


    if you want to buy any of the resin goodies I make. I DO plan on adding stuff from the smithing shop once I make it past the obligated projects.

  • Forged Bolt Knife


    Forging a knife from a old rusty bolt & nut...

  • Making a twist Damascus Billet


    Here I walk through the process of making a twist Damascus billet and explain the process.

  • Hand Forged Damascus - 5 - Salvaging a Small Billet


    This week I'm back with the hand forged damascus.

    I'm trying to apply some of the lessons learnt to reset the welds and rescue a small part of the billet for a new project.

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  • Cutting screw nut with 0,3mm thick Damascus Blade - Sečenje matice 0,3mm damaskus


    Cutting screw nut with 0,3mm thick Damascus Blade - Sečenje matice 0,3mm damaskus

  • First Look at Damascus Steel Kukri by Sam Damascus


    A beautiful blade made by Sam Damascus in Pakistan, I almost hate to torture test it, as it's so pretty to me. But I have to see how it stands up.
    The blade is 10 inches long, 2.5 inches at the wide part of the blade, grip is 5 inches long. It is a rat tail tang but very thick. I prefer full tangs but that tails are common in Pakistan.

    Note: I found out via chatting with Sam today after filming this video, he does total custom jobs too, he can do full tang or any other tang you just have to request it. He also does engraved. He makes everything from pocket knives to battle axes.

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  • Forging A Kephart Bushcraft Knife Damascus Sawblade Steel Part 2 Bladesmithing And Knifemaking


    Part 2, taking the blade from completed heat treating to a finished knife.
    I forged this knife from 1095 high carbon steel and saw mill blade (15N20) steel.

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