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Materials

1 1/2" X 1/8" flat bar

1/8" brazing rod

3/8" X 2" X 5" oak

5 minute epoxy coat

Good exterior varnish

Graph paper

Mate board

Painters tape

Two sided tape

 Tools

1 1/4" fiber cutting disks

1X32 bench belt and disk sander and

Aluminum Oxide sandpaper (80 to at least 600 grit)

Bench vice

Black, white and lastly blue polishing compound

Center punch

Compasses

Drill press

Drum sanding kit

Eraser

Files

French curves

High speed drill bits (1/8" and 1/2")

Palm sander

Pencil

Rotary tool

Side cutters Clamps

Sisal, spiral sewn, and loose buffing wheels

Utility knife

Wood rasp

 Safety Equipment

Good respirator

Leather gloves

Safety glasses

Step 1:

First, plot out the blade and handle shape on graph paper. Draw it to actual-size. When people see a knife, the first thing they see is the blade. Therefore, it should set the theme for the knife, and make the knife look great.Then transfer it to mate board, cut it out using a utility knife and hold it in your hand to see if it feels right; if not back to the drawing board.  This may take a few tries until you are satisfied.

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How long is the final product? Blade length?
good instructable greath knife thank.s
Hey, nice job! Now that's an instructable mate! Thank You!
Thanks
Awesome knife! and I was always confused by the dremel but I get it now
Thank you............it is always nice to know when someone gets help from instructions
WOW! Thanks!
Your welcome, any questions let me know

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