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I'm not going to lie. Most of that was over my head, but thank you for the answer. I've never crafed blades, mostly used my old forge to melt down copper salvaged from ethernet rewire jobs or construction refuse. Then I moved, but if I ever build a new one, I'll keep this in mind. Thanks again!
Please do not read this as acusatory. I am genuinely interested...Doesn't folding the steel also "layer" it, not only making it of uniform composition, but also more flexible and less prone to breaking? For example, instead of having one large stick, having many small sticks tied together then smaking them both against the same hard surface to see which one breaks first? (not that I'd expect to be smacking a sword against a tree or anything)Wouldn't that, in a sense, make it stronger? (or less "weak")
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