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**If there are spelling errors, I'm sorry! I'm not totally fluent in English so I'm using a translation tool as an aid for making this Instructable.**

I always imagined myself as an old man and how would i protect myself. So I thought, why not a bengal with a blade?
This Instructable is the step by step how I did it.


 
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Step 1: Materials / Tools

Picture of Materials / Tools
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So, the materials i used here,i have all at my home and the wood, I used construction wood.

Materials:
-Blade iron: 70cm
-Wood pieces:
  - 80cm x 2cm x 4cm
  - 10cm x 2cm x 4cm
  - 15cm x 5cm x 4cm
- Wood glue.
- Varnish.
- Nail

Tools:
- Set-square
- Chisel
- Hacksaw
- Pencil and rubber
- Sandpaper
- Drill-(1" and 1/3 ")
- Planer-manual
- Soldering iron
- Hammer (Rubber and Iron)
- Brush
- Metric trena
- Screwdriver
- Whetstone
- Staples-wood
- Goggles
- Morça
- Circular saw
- Drilling machine
- Emery
- Hacksaw

Step 2: Preparation Hood

I chalked the ends to get the alignment parts after.
I chalked with a pencil on the inner part where the blade will be from at 10cm base, so that the blade was not until the end. I scored the risk with the big chisel and with the chisel slightly larger than the blade i cut the part that she'll stay.
After doing this in two parts and sanded I glued with the wood glue. I held the two parts with the help of clips and let dry for a night.

Step 3: After a night

After the glue has dried, I scored the measures to cut the base of the walking stick, after ... I removed the excess with Planer-manual and sanded.

Step 4: Preparing the blade

I marked the right size and cut of the blade, nailing it to the handle of the walking stick, 8 cm long, with Durepoxi (A type of sugru).

Step 5: The Handle

Using a piece of wood 10cm x 2cm x 4cm, I stuck and molded and I glued it on the cable using Durepoxi.

Step 6: The union

After sharpening the blade, I made the piece that holds the cable to the base of the walking stick using the same method as the other pieces.

Step 7: The gran finale

I drew in the piece using a pencil and then carve using a soldering iron to burn the wood. After the ready drawings I passed varnish.

I used the iron rings to keep the base together.
Jake_Makes11 months ago

Awsome!

Green X1 year ago

cool cane. I want now.

JohnnyD772 years ago
That's awesome, gonna have to make my own
DvsNegrito2 years ago
Awesome cane. Very skillfully done, good work!
mdlmusic2 years ago
A really cool instructable, but I'd be careful. Sword canes are illegal in certain US states (like California), so check out state laws before walking around with one.
filpcl (author)  mdlmusic2 years ago
Thanks for the tip, but i not live in the U.S. and here this weapons are not banned. ^^
arawn filpcl2 years ago
It's a blade, and it's more than 10cm long... so yes, it's banned here in Brazil.
filpcl (author)  arawn2 years ago
Thanks, I was unaware of this law, I will take care. :)
Misac-kun2 years ago
Descobri que era brasileiro assim que vi o DUREPOXI®, foi tipo, WTF Durepoxi?! só brasileiros usam durepoxi XD!

Alias eu já fiz uma espada com o mesmo material, se não me engano era uma suspenção de fusca.

Parabens por ter seu Ible' na primeira pagina!
filpcl (author)  Misac-kun2 years ago
XD Eu imaginei que alguém reconheceria o Durepoxi. Não conhecia nenhum brasileiro aqui! Obg pelo comentário :)
The Rambler2 years ago
Very nice. A personalized cane is definitely on my list of things to do.
filpcl (author)  The Rambler2 years ago
I'm glad you enjoyed it! XD
gn0stik2 years ago
How bout a blow gun/breathing tube out of the scabbard part? Yeah.. I went there.
bruce50002 years ago
THHANKS for the how good one
filpcl (author)  bruce50002 years ago
thank you :)
monsterlego2 years ago
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filpcl (author)  monsterlego2 years ago
Would be a lot dangerous gentleman euheuheuheuheue. Thank you :)
l8nite2 years ago
Nicely done !
filpcl (author)  l8nite2 years ago
Thank you :)
amazing work, i seee you have much the same array of tools i use in my wood work. i love this piece, the only thing i would have done is forged the blade, using pattern welded steel as the japanese of the period did. love the piece though
filpcl (author)  The Metal One2 years ago
I was looking for a forged blade, but could not find, so I used a blade of steel. Thanks for visiting :)
sunshiine2 years ago
This is beautiful! Your pictures are amazing! Awesome instructable!
Hope your day shines!
Sunshiine
filpcl (author)  sunshiine2 years ago
thank you ^^
Awesome design and wonderful work!
filpcl (author)  Penolopy Bulnick2 years ago
Thanks, glad you enjoyed!