MY DAGGER

Introduction: MY DAGGER

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STAINLESS STEEL PLATE AND 8mm WOOD PLANKS WERE USED FOR THIS PROJECT. FIRST THE STEEL PLATE IS MARKED AND CUT WITH ANGLE GRINDER AND THEN FILED WITH ANGLE GRINDER TO GET THE SHARPNESS AND THEN HEATED IN GAS FLAME AND THEN COOLED IMMEDIATELY TO GET STIFFNESS. THEN THE HANDLE SHAPE IS MARKED ON THE WOOD PLANK AND CUT AND GUMMED AFTER SCRAPING TO GET FIRM FIXING. THE DAGGER HOLDER IS ALSO DONE BY TAKING MARKING OF THE DAGGER AND GROVE IS MADE ON BOTH WOOD PLANKS AND THEN ATTACHED WITH GUM. FINALLY THE WOOD HANDLE AND HOLDER WERE SAND PAPERED WITH ANGLE GRINDER TO GET FULL AND  FINAL SHAPE.
THAT'S ALL FOLKS.

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    BtheBike
    BtheBike

    7 years ago on Introduction

    i'd say its too long for a 'tween knuckle' boot style knife because it may prove to teeter in the hand . To remedy ,the handle can be bigger and blade shorter .