Introduction: Make a Scandinavia Knife

Do this takes about one week, half-wasted a lot of time together it just a few days.
I'm very sorry,I will not say too much English,and thanks for watching.

PS:Well,If you can speak Chinese, maybe we can talk more about it.

Step 1: Materials and Tools

Materials
-Spring steel plate(Thickness 4mm)
-Ebony block
-The bone pieces(Thickness 5mm)
-Rosewood block

Tools
-Angle grinder
-Thick file
-Drill
-The clamp bench
-Sand paper(360#600#800#1000#1500#2000#)
-Charger(for electrolyze pattern)
-Sticky notes

Step 2: Cut Type

Steel cut down in accordance with the pattern.

Step 3: Polished Edge Line

In accordance with the drawn lines, polished blade.

Step 4: Shank Assembly

The ebony and rosewood and bone cut to size.

Step 5: Polished Blade

Each blade polished with sandpaper will.

Step 6: Electrolysis Pattern(1)

Design pattern, wrap blade with sticky notes to electrolysis.

Step 7: Electrolysis Pattern(2)

Electrolysis complete pattern emerged.

Step 8: Knife Tongue Treatment

To prevent the tongue and the knife handle unglued, making the knife gap tongue.

Step 9: Shank Assembly

The handle parts are assembled one by one

Step 10: Shank Repairing(1)

After bonding with a file handle sub repair a shape.

Step 11: Shank Repairing(2)

Sub file chestnut dressing.

Step 12: Polished Shank

Individually polished with sandpaper holder

Step 13: Finishing Touches

Tool is not touched, the letter can be used to remove or decompose tea.
In the end, thanks for watching!

Comments

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LionsPaw (author)2016-11-10

Beautiful knife!

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sir_ghattas (author)2015-04-07

I've just gotta say, I've seen a lot of etching, and this one is by for the cleanest and prettiest one I've seen. Also, that handle looks beautiful, I've always been partial to ebony. Great Instructable!

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PowellMade (author)2015-01-20

Nice pattern very eye catching. AAA plus!!!

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Saudi Arabia (author)2014-06-04

Thank you so much for this. Its really somthing i will do it soon.

Be happy always

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schabot1 (author)2013-09-10

Verry nice knife, how did you cut the patern in the tape you used as a mask?

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youlinyouxia (author)schabot12013-10-20

Sticky notes with a knife cut down on the black part of the pattern exposed

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asgdestroi (author)2013-07-01

Friend, I was quite curious about the process of Electrolysis pattern can indicate me cono work?

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youlinyouxia (author)asgdestroi2013-07-02

https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-electrolysis/

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asgdestroi (author)youlinyouxia2013-07-03

Thanks :-D

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youlinyouxia (author)asgdestroi2013-07-01

I‘m sorry, this says a lot of trouble, I will be free to publish an electrolytic method specifically explain, please pay attention to when it comes.thank you!

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Travpena (author)2013-06-30

this is beautiful knife but where did you get the bone for this?

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youlinyouxia (author)Travpena2013-06-30

Bones are made ​​with market bought corbels, I will have the opportunity to upload production methods

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rolfy12 (author)2013-06-29

Beautiful result, thanks for sharing.

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donedirtcheap (author)2013-06-28

Beautiful work. I am very impressed. Following.

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Thank you very much!

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Phil B (author)2013-06-27

Very nice.

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youlinyouxia (author)Phil B2013-06-28

Thanks for your praise!

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TomGoff (author)2013-06-28

Nice job

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Honus (author)2013-06-27

Beautiful!

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youlinyouxia (author)Honus2013-06-28

thanks for watching!

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EmcySquare (author)2013-06-28

FANTASTIC, very very beautiful
A couple little things: I usually prefer to have a round curve where the ricasso end in the tang (not tongue): a sharp 90° angle makes a week pint there (unlikely to break, but its very easy not to run the risk). Drill two holes (5/6mm) to help you out.
Did you heat treat it? I guess not...

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youlinyouxia (author)EmcySquare2013-06-28

Thank you for watching and your advice given.
Shank portion which perfusion over epoxy glue, plus the knife is not easy to fall off the tongue groove, maybe I should also make a rivet inside would be better, thank you for reminding me.
This steel has been heat-treated, not my own forging, so sorry to see that process, maybe in the future I can do, I hope so.

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