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Discussion in 'Andrei' started by Andrei, Jan 27, 2018.

  1. Andrei

    Andrei Professional Craftsman

    I will update the theme of the photo with the autumn harvest
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  2. marc4pt0

    marc4pt0 Founding Member

    Looking good, Andrei
     
  3. Jim

    Jim Old Curmudgeon Founding Member

  4. cheflarge

    cheflarge Founding Member

    Dimensions on green handled knife?
     
  5. Andrei

    Andrei Professional Craftsman

    Knife with a green handle:
    Blade M390 62HRC + cryo 250/40 / 2,5mm.
    Handle - 130mm. stabilized maple and ebony, knife weight 130g.
     
  6. Andrei

    Andrei Professional Craftsman

    Another knife, I did it for a long time between other works and did not hurry but completed it, waiting for your criticism.
    Blade: central layer of high-speed steel Р-18 62HRC (analogue of steel T12001), on the sides 440С, size 240/55 / 4mm. in the middle of 2mm. one centimeter from the tip 0.6mm.
    Handle: stainless steel and African ebony. Saya from Wenge.
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    Last edited: Oct 27, 2018
  7. Pennman88

    Pennman88 Professional Craftsman

    Is this last one available?
     
  8. Andrei

    Andrei Professional Craftsman

    This knife is already sold.
     
  9. Andrei

    Andrei Professional Craftsman

  10. Jim

    Jim Old Curmudgeon Founding Member

  11. Andrei

    Andrei Professional Craftsman

    Thans
     
  12. Pennman88

    Pennman88 Professional Craftsman

    It’s the same a Z-finit which is excellent for straight razors.
     
  13. Yeah, Spyderco calls it LC200N, should be good stuff for kitchen knives, doesn't rust and is relatively tough, so should be able to support thin, acute edges.
     
  14. Pennman88

    Pennman88 Professional Craftsman

    All correct. However the big advantage if it is the nitrogen content which makes it really corrosion resistant.
     

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