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Have you cried blood when attempting your first pattern welded blade? Here is something easy that will get you started and boost your confidence.. This instructible assumes a ...
Materials list. 4 x Black square section spring washers 2 x Large uncoated brite steel nails Borax Ferric chloride (or the acid you normally use) Bicarb soda Black ...
Heat up all the spring steel washers in the forge, and straighten them. You will also need to clean the washers to remove the fire scale. Bind with ...
Forge weld the stack, fold as many times as you like, these materials forge weld easily. Amalgamate into a single billet. Heat and twist the billet. As there ...
Take the reserve washer, the welded billet, bind and forge weld.
Forge the the billet into a rough blade. Grind the knife into the desired shape.Sand and polish the blade.Heat treat, then sand and polish again.
After acid etching you get this.There's not that much to write, it's a very easy project.
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