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  • Which Quenching Oil is Best for Knives? - Knife Steel Nerds

    2021-7-19u2002·u2002Parks 50 and AAA are quite commonly known oils among knifemakers. Parks 50 is a 7-9 second oil, clearly in the 'fast oil' category. Parks AAA is a medium-fast oil, taking 9-11 seconds with the nickel ball test. I bought my oils from Maxim but since then DuBois has an …

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  • How to Quench a Blade - The Complete Guide (2021 ...

    2021-11-2u2002·u2002To quench a blade, you must first reach the 'non-magnetic' temperatures in the forge. After that, the heated blade is normally dipped in the can of water or oil for 10-20 seconds, depending on the steel. This should be done very fast and precisely.

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  • Where to Get Parks 50 Maxim #50 Blade Quench Oil

    2016-3-15u2002·u2002Bladesmiths who are looking for an extremely fast quench oil for blade hardening are often referred to a product called 'Parks 50', a quench oil that works well for steels such as 1084, 1095 and some high speed steels. Just one problem – Parks 50 doesn't exist …

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  • Heat Treating Knives : 7 Steps - Instructables

    Instead of dropping the heated knife into the quenching medium tip first, submerging the entire knife, the edge quench involves submerging one third to one half of the blade's width (cutting edge first) into the quenching medium. A regulator block is used to hold the blade at the correct depth. The quenching medium I used was old motor oil.

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  • Quenching: Water or Oil? - Heat Treating Knives, Blades ...

    2010-5-10u2002·u2002Hi, I have been making blades for some years and I try to get as close to the Japanese way of making knives and swords as possible. I differentially harden my blades to get a Hamon, and so far have always used water. However, I read a lot about people quenching in other liquids like oil and even ...

    Get Price
  • How Fast Do You Have to Quench ... - Knife Steel Nerds

    2019-2-25u2002·u2002I often see in youtube videos, especially from ex u.s.s.r knifemakers (russian-ukrainian) a quenching method for high alloyed steels such us M390, Elmax that is: quench in heated oil for a small period (10 to 15 seconds most of the times, blade within the stainless foil envelope) and then leave in plain air for the rest of the cooling.

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  • Materials Tool Steel Group

    The 'O' oil quenching and 'A' air-hardening reduces distortion and the stresses brought on from 'W' water quenching. 'O' - Oil-Hardening. Quenched and tempered tool steels. O1. Utilized for gauges cutting tools and knives this can be Hardness Rockwell to HRC 66 though the most common Hardness Rockwell is HRC 61 to HRC 63.

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  • 8- Cleaning and Attaching Bolsters

    Step 8 - Cleaning the Blade and attaching Bolsters. With the knife blade heat treated and tested, I now clean up the knife before attaching the bolsters. Heat treating and quenching in oil causes the surface of the steel to change color, so I grind that off of the knife blade. The biggest challenge is removing this discoloration from the file work.

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  • T-10 Steel

    2011-1-9u2002·u2002t-10 is the chinese version of 1095. t-10 made through ERS process called T10A with S and P lower than 0.003%. t-10 or t-10a can be salt bathed to get a body based with martensite and bainite which does fits the requairment for a katana pretty well. and yeah, its cheap, arround $1 per kg. 50 cents per lb.

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  • Which Quenching Oil is Best for Knives? - Knife Steel Nerds

    2021-7-19u2002·u2002Parks 50 and AAA are quite commonly known oils among knifemakers. Parks 50 is a 7-9 second oil, clearly in the 'fast oil' category. Parks AAA is a medium-fast oil, taking 9-11 seconds with the nickel ball test. I bought my oils from Maxim but since then DuBois has an …

    Get Price
  • How to Quench a Blade - The Complete Guide (2021 ...

    2021-11-2u2002·u2002To quench a blade, you must first reach the 'non-magnetic' temperatures in the forge. After that, the heated blade is normally dipped in the can of water or oil for 10-20 seconds, depending on the steel. This should be done very fast and precisely.

    Get Price
  • Where to Get Parks 50 Maxim #50 Blade Quench Oil

    2016-3-15u2002·u2002Bladesmiths who are looking for an extremely fast quench oil for blade hardening are often referred to a product called 'Parks 50', a quench oil that works well for steels such as 1084, 1095 and some high speed steels. Just one problem – Parks 50 doesn't exist …

    Get Price
  • Heat Treating Knives : 7 Steps - Instructables

    Instead of dropping the heated knife into the quenching medium tip first, submerging the entire knife, the edge quench involves submerging one third to one half of the blade's width (cutting edge first) into the quenching medium. A regulator block is used to hold the blade at the correct depth. The quenching medium I used was old motor oil.

    Get Price
  • Quenching: Water or Oil? - Heat Treating Knives, Blades ...

    2010-5-10u2002·u2002Hi, I have been making blades for some years and I try to get as close to the Japanese way of making knives and swords as possible. I differentially harden my blades to get a Hamon, and so far have always used water. However, I read a lot about people quenching in other liquids like oil and even ...

    Get Price
  • How Fast Do You Have to Quench ... - Knife Steel Nerds

    2019-2-25u2002·u2002I often see in youtube videos, especially from ex u.s.s.r knifemakers (russian-ukrainian) a quenching method for high alloyed steels such us M390, Elmax that is: quench in heated oil for a small period (10 to 15 seconds most of the times, blade within the stainless foil envelope) and then leave in plain air for the rest of the cooling.

    Get Price
  • Materials Tool Steel Group

    The 'O' oil quenching and 'A' air-hardening reduces distortion and the stresses brought on from 'W' water quenching. 'O' - Oil-Hardening. Quenched and tempered tool steels. O1. Utilized for gauges cutting tools and knives this can be Hardness Rockwell to HRC 66 though the most common Hardness Rockwell is HRC 61 to HRC 63.

    Get Price
  • 8- Cleaning and Attaching Bolsters

    Step 8 - Cleaning the Blade and attaching Bolsters. With the knife blade heat treated and tested, I now clean up the knife before attaching the bolsters. Heat treating and quenching in oil causes the surface of the steel to change color, so I grind that off of the knife blade. The biggest challenge is removing this discoloration from the file work.

    Get Price
  • 1075 and 15N20 heat treat. - Heat Treating Knives, Blades ...

    2010-12-3u2002·u2002G'day, i've made a dagger out of 1075 and 15N20 (first patern weld ) and would like to hear what you guys use to quench this combination. I've got old cooking oil or ALOT of old engine oil from trucks. The blade is 32mm wide, 6mm thick and about 250mm long. I've left 6mm of flat steel in the spine of the blade and the rest is bevelled.

    Get Price
  • T-10 Steel

    2011-1-9u2002·u2002t-10 is the chinese version of 1095. t-10 made through ERS process called T10A with S and P lower than 0.003%. t-10 or t-10a can be salt bathed to get a body based with martensite and bainite which does fits the requairment for a katana pretty well. and yeah, its …

    Get Price
  • Which Quenching Oil is Best for Knives? - Knife Steel Nerds

    2021-7-19u2002·u2002Parks 50 and AAA are quite commonly known oils among knifemakers. Parks 50 is a 7-9 second oil, clearly in the 'fast oil' category. Parks AAA is a medium-fast oil, taking 9-11 seconds with the nickel ball test. I bought my oils from Maxim but since then DuBois has an …

    Get Price
  • How to Quench a Blade - The Complete Guide (2021 ...

    2021-11-2u2002·u2002To quench a blade, you must first reach the 'non-magnetic' temperatures in the forge. After that, the heated blade is normally dipped in the can of water or oil for 10-20 seconds, depending on the steel. This should be done very fast and precisely.

    Get Price
  • Where to Get Parks 50 Maxim #50 Blade Quench Oil

    2016-3-15u2002·u2002Bladesmiths who are looking for an extremely fast quench oil for blade hardening are often referred to a product called 'Parks 50', a quench oil that works well for steels such as 1084, 1095 and some high speed steels. Just one problem – Parks 50 doesn't exist …

    Get Price
  • Heat Treating Knives : 7 Steps - Instructables

    Instead of dropping the heated knife into the quenching medium tip first, submerging the entire knife, the edge quench involves submerging one third to one half of the blade's width (cutting edge first) into the quenching medium. A regulator block is used to hold the blade at the correct depth. The quenching medium I used was old motor oil.

    Get Price
  • Quenching: Water or Oil? - Heat Treating Knives, Blades ...

    2010-5-10u2002·u2002Hi, I have been making blades for some years and I try to get as close to the Japanese way of making knives and swords as possible. I differentially harden my blades to get a Hamon, and so far have always used water. However, I read a lot about people quenching in other liquids like oil and even ...

    Get Price
  • How Fast Do You Have to Quench ... - Knife Steel Nerds

    2019-2-25u2002·u2002I often see in youtube videos, especially from ex u.s.s.r knifemakers (russian-ukrainian) a quenching method for high alloyed steels such us M390, Elmax that is: quench in heated oil for a small period (10 to 15 seconds most of the times, blade within the stainless foil envelope) and then leave in plain air for the rest of the cooling.

    Get Price
  • Materials Tool Steel Group

    The 'O' oil quenching and 'A' air-hardening reduces distortion and the stresses brought on from 'W' water quenching. 'O' - Oil-Hardening. Quenched and tempered tool steels. O1. Utilized for gauges cutting tools and knives this can be Hardness Rockwell to HRC 66 though the most common Hardness Rockwell is HRC 61 to HRC 63.

    Get Price
  • 8- Cleaning and Attaching Bolsters

    Step 8 - Cleaning the Blade and attaching Bolsters. With the knife blade heat treated and tested, I now clean up the knife before attaching the bolsters. Heat treating and quenching in oil causes the surface of the steel to change color, so I grind that off of the knife blade. The biggest challenge is removing this discoloration from the file work.

    Get Price
  • 1075 and 15N20 heat treat. - Heat Treating Knives, Blades ...

    2010-12-3u2002·u2002G'day, i've made a dagger out of 1075 and 15N20 (first patern weld ) and would like to hear what you guys use to quench this combination. I've got old cooking oil or ALOT of old engine oil from trucks. The blade is 32mm wide, 6mm thick and about 250mm long. I've left 6mm of flat steel in the spine of the blade and the rest is bevelled.

    Get Price
  • T-10 Steel

    2011-1-9u2002·u2002t-10 is the chinese version of 1095. t-10 made through ERS process called T10A with S and P lower than 0.003%. t-10 or t-10a can be salt bathed to get a body based with martensite and bainite which does fits the requairment for a katana pretty well. and yeah, its cheap, arround $1 per kg. 50 cents per lb.

    Get Price
  • Which Quenching Oil is Best for Knives? - Knife Steel Nerds

    2021-7-19u2002·u2002Parks 50 and AAA are quite commonly known oils among knifemakers. Parks 50 is a 7-9 second oil, clearly in the 'fast oil' category. Parks AAA is a medium-fast oil, taking 9-11 seconds with the nickel ball test. I bought my oils from Maxim but since then DuBois has an …

    Get Price
  • How to Quench a Blade - The Complete Guide (2021 ...

    2021-11-2u2002·u2002To quench a blade, you must first reach the 'non-magnetic' temperatures in the forge. After that, the heated blade is normally dipped in the can of water or oil for 10-20 seconds, depending on the steel. This should be done very fast and precisely.

    Get Price
  • Where to Get Parks 50 Maxim #50 Blade Quench Oil

    2016-3-15u2002·u2002Bladesmiths who are looking for an extremely fast quench oil for blade hardening are often referred to a product called 'Parks 50', a quench oil that works well for steels such as 1084, 1095 and some high speed steels. Just one problem – Parks 50 doesn't exist …

    Get Price
  • Heat Treating Knives : 7 Steps - Instructables

    Instead of dropping the heated knife into the quenching medium tip first, submerging the entire knife, the edge quench involves submerging one third to one half of the blade's width (cutting edge first) into the quenching medium. A regulator block is used to hold the blade at the correct depth. The quenching medium I used was old motor oil.

    Get Price
  • Quenching: Water or Oil? - Heat Treating Knives, Blades ...

    2010-5-10u2002·u2002Hi, I have been making blades for some years and I try to get as close to the Japanese way of making knives and swords as possible. I differentially harden my blades to get a Hamon, and so far have always used water. However, I read a lot about people quenching in other liquids like oil and even ...

    Get Price
  • How Fast Do You Have to Quench ... - Knife Steel Nerds

    2019-2-25u2002·u2002I often see in youtube videos, especially from ex u.s.s.r knifemakers (russian-ukrainian) a quenching method for high alloyed steels such us M390, Elmax that is: quench in heated oil for a small period (10 to 15 seconds most of the times, blade within the stainless foil envelope) and then leave in plain air for the rest of the cooling.

    Get Price
  • Materials Tool Steel Group

    The 'O' oil quenching and 'A' air-hardening reduces distortion and the stresses brought on from 'W' water quenching. 'O' - Oil-Hardening. Quenched and tempered tool steels. O1. Utilized for gauges cutting tools and knives this can be Hardness Rockwell to HRC 66 though the most common Hardness Rockwell is HRC 61 to HRC 63.

    Get Price
  • 8- Cleaning and Attaching Bolsters

    Step 8 - Cleaning the Blade and attaching Bolsters. With the knife blade heat treated and tested, I now clean up the knife before attaching the bolsters. Heat treating and quenching in oil causes the surface of the steel to change color, so I grind that off of the knife blade. The biggest challenge is removing this discoloration from the file work.

    Get Price
  • 1075 and 15N20 heat treat. - Heat Treating Knives, Blades ...

    2010-12-3u2002·u2002G'day, i've made a dagger out of 1075 and 15N20 (first patern weld ) and would like to hear what you guys use to quench this combination. I've got old cooking oil or ALOT of old engine oil from trucks. The blade is 32mm wide, 6mm thick and about 250mm long. I've left 6mm of flat steel in the spine of the blade and the rest is bevelled.

    Get Price
  • T-10 Steel

    2011-1-9u2002·u2002t-10 is the chinese version of 1095. t-10 made through ERS process called T10A with S and P lower than 0.003%. t-10 or t-10a can be salt bathed to get a body based with martensite and bainite which does fits the requairment for a katana pretty well. and yeah, its cheap, arround $1 per kg. 50 cents per lb.

    Get Price
  • Heat Treating and Cryogenic Processing of Knife Blade ...

    2021-10-28u2002·u2002Right now, you are reading the best singular knifemaker's website ever made on our planet. On this website, you will see many hundreds of defined knife terms, detailed descriptions and information on heat treating and cryogenic processing, on handles and blades, on stands and sheaths, and on knife types from hunting and utility to military, counterterrorism, and collection.

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  • Gun Oil & Lube Selection

    At LA Police Gear, we bring you the best quality gun lube and other tactical gear to fulfill your specific tactical requirements. You can rest assured that you are buying the authentic products from the best brands around. We store products from top names in the market including FrogLube, Break-Free, Hoppe's 9, Maxpedition and Flitz.

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  • FAQ

    The Chef Knife came to Japan with Western culture in the 18C, and was named 'Gyuto (means beef blade)' since it was a knife to cut beef. This knife is suitable for cutting meat. The Santoku has the shape of both the Chef Knife and Nakiri combined, and is suitable for cutting a wide variety of ingredients including meat, fish and vegetables.

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  • TANTO online sale, hanbon forge

    Handmade Japanese Tanto Sword Knife 1060 high carbon steel. This Tanto sword is hand forge, it features a 1060 high carbon steel, the whole blade is heat treated and oil quenched. and the blade comes with grooves (bo-hi) on both sides, which allows for a lighter blade and audible feedback when swung. the blade is also hand polished.

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  • Knives and Blades

    Knives and Blades. Stock up on spare saw blades or find the perfect replacement for a blunt or broken blade with our assortment of saw blades and knives at Wolseley. Whether you're working with wood, plastic or metal, we have a great range of top quality hand tools for you to choose from.We have carefully sourced our saw blades and knives ...

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  • Traditional

    At Kailash Blades, we take tradition seriously for a multitude of reasons. If culture isn't respected in the creation of khukuris, then the ideas, systems and values inherent in these knives are lost or worse, their object history is blurred and smudged and mixed in with convenient falsehoods.

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  • Untold Tricks on How to Sharpen Your Knife with a Stone ...

    Please rest assured that your dullness is not a delusion but related to the blunt knife you use in the outdoor and kitchen. The core idea on sharpening your knife is by economizing your blade throughout the process for a final razor-sharp finish. How to Sharpen Your Knife with a Stone

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  • The Making Of A Knife - Taylor Knives

    2021-9-23u2002·u2002Once the blade is heatreated it is ready for polish and mounting to the blade. The rest is purely cosmetics-The blade is what makes a knife a knife. * Damascus or Pattern Welded Steel is the practice in sword and knife making of hammering out the metal, folding it over, and welding the metal piece back onto itself.

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  • Watch This Blacksmith Forge a Sword Using Chemistry

    2019-11-7u2002·u2002Watch This Blacksmith Forge a Sword Using Chemistry. In this episode of American Chemical Society Reactions, they head to Portland, Oregon, to learn how blacksmithing is just as much chemistry as it is an art form. This is Arnon. Arnon Kartmazov: It's all authentic, man. You know I worked for three hours to get that dirt on just right.

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  • Chipper Shredder - Single Cylinder Store

    The SC5720B chipper/shredder/blower is powered by a 720cc Subaru EH engine. The 121 lb. rotor turns 2000 rpm at full throttle. This chipper/shredder uses four reversible chipping blades and thirty-six shredding knives to provide the most efficient method of turning branches and …

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  • Traditional

    At Kailash Blades, we take tradition seriously for a multitude of reasons. If culture isn't respected in the creation of khukuris, then the ideas, systems and values inherent in these knives are lost or worse, their object history is blurred and smudged and mixed in with convenient falsehoods.

    Get Price
  • Untold Tricks on How to Sharpen Your Knife with a Stone ...

    Please rest assured that your dullness is not a delusion but related to the blunt knife you use in the outdoor and kitchen. The core idea on sharpening your knife is by economizing your blade throughout the process for a final razor-sharp finish. How to Sharpen Your Knife with a Stone

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  • The Making Of A Knife - Taylor Knives

    2021-9-23u2002·u2002Once the blade is heatreated it is ready for polish and mounting to the blade. The rest is purely cosmetics-The blade is what makes a knife a knife. * Damascus or Pattern Welded Steel is the practice in sword and knife making of hammering out the metal, folding it over, and welding the metal piece back onto itself.

    Get Price
  • Chipper Shredder - Single Cylinder Store

    The SC5720B chipper/shredder/blower is powered by a 720cc Subaru EH engine. The 121 lb. rotor turns 2000 rpm at full throttle. This chipper/shredder uses four reversible chipping blades and thirty-six shredding knives to provide the most efficient method of turning branches and …

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  • Watch This Blacksmith Forge a Sword Using Chemistry

    2019-11-7u2002·u2002Watch This Blacksmith Forge a Sword Using Chemistry. In this episode of American Chemical Society Reactions, they head to Portland, Oregon, to learn how blacksmithing is just as much chemistry as it is an art form. This is Arnon. Arnon Kartmazov: It's all authentic, man. You know I worked for three hours to get that dirt on just right.

    Get Price
  • Gun Oil & Lube Selection

    At LA Police Gear, we bring you the best quality gun lube and other tactical gear to fulfill your specific tactical requirements. You can rest assured that you are buying the authentic products from the best brands around. We store products from top names in the market including FrogLube, Break-Free, Hoppe's 9, Maxpedition and Flitz.

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  • How to Make Your Own Knife - Survival Sullivan

    2017-4-11u2002·u2002The blade should be glowing cherry red and a magnet will NOT stick to it, this is ready for the quench. To quench the blade in a tube, hold it by the tang and insert it straight down into the tube of oil. There is likely to be fire, so wear heavy gloves. To quench the blade in a tray, hold the blade by the tang and hold it beveled edge down.

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  • Knives and Blades

    Knives and Blades. Stock up on spare saw blades or find the perfect replacement for a blunt or broken blade with our assortment of saw blades and knives at Wolseley. Whether you're working with wood, plastic or metal, we have a great range of top quality hand tools for you to choose from.We have carefully sourced our saw blades and knives ...

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  • 9 Best Bushcraft Knives In 2020 [Buying Guide] – Instash

    2020-4-29u2002·u2002The blade is a very important component of any knife, especially one that's going to be cutting through some pretty tough material. On that front, the Morakniv Bushcraft Carbon Steel Survival Knife is covered. Here, the high carbon steel, 3.2 mm thick blade is as sharp as they come.

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  • Amazon.com: entez Handmade Katana,Samurai Sword

    All the steps including material selection, forge, quenching, polishing and grinding and final assembly are finished manually, so you can rest assured to buy. The blade is made of 1095 high carbon steel and has grooves to reduce the weight. The blade is forged and polished repeatedly with …

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