Step-by-step Knifemaking

You Can Do It!

Author: David Boye

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780878571819

Category: Knives

Page: 270

View: 8024

"...concisely described & copiously illustrated."-Booklist

Knifemaking for Beginners

StepbyStep Guide to Making a Full and Half Tang Knife

Author: Stefan Steigerwald,Dirk Burmester

Publisher: Schiffer Publishing

ISBN: 9780764357343

Category:

Page: 128

View: 2780

The best way to start in knifemaking is usually to make a fixed-blade knife, and this photo-rich guide with carefully detailed instructions offers a full tang knife and a hidden tang knife. Make each of these two projects by following the individual construction principles here, and learn all phases of the knifemaking process. A few simple tools and a suitable workplace are all you need; materials are inexpensive. In their decades of teaching, the authors have often heard "I've never worked with metal before" and offer quick ways to understand the basics. Enjoy clear answers to the questions they often hear from their beginning students, such as "Is the steel hard yet?" or "What kind of wood works best for the handle?" With this complete guide, there is nothing standing in the way of you starting your knifemaking hobby.

Custom Knifemaking

10 Projects from a Master Craftsman

Author: Tim McCreight

Publisher: Stackpole Books

ISBN: 9780811721752

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 222

View: 7995

Ten projects will teach beginners how to cut, shape, heat, treat, and finish a knife.

Damaszenerstahl

Theorie und Praxis

Author: Gunther Löbach

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9783938711316

Category:

Page: 173

View: 9268

Russische Springmesser selbst gebaut

Author: Wolfgang Peter-Michel

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 3744854191

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 120

View: 5592

Springmesser erfreuen sich nach wie vor großer Beliebtheit. Daran konnte auch das vor einigen Jahren eingeführte Trageverbot für diese Messer nichts ändern. Schon lange kursiert eine ungewöhnliche Variante auf den weltweiten Sammlermärkten: Am Griffrücken mit einer starken Spiralfeder versehen, sind diese Springmesser sehr robust und öffnen unter nahezu allen Umständen zuverlässig. Über ihre Herkunft bestehen die merkwürdigsten Theorien. Einhellig ist die Ansicht, dass sie aus Russland oder den Ländern der ehemaligen Sowjetunion stammen. Auch sollen sie aus Teilen des russischen AK-47 Sturmgewehrs hergestellt worden sein, anderen Gerüchten zufolge in russischen Gefängnissen. Eines ist jedoch nahezu allen Exemplaren gemein: Sie sind recht grob verarbeitet und bestehen aus sehr einfachen Materialien. Die ohnehin sehr einfache Konstruktion wird dadurch allerdings nicht beeinträchtigt und ergibt dennoch ein solides, alltagstaugliches Gebrauchsmesser. Damit sind Springmesser im russischen Stil ein ideales Projekt für den Amateur-Messermacher. Wer schon erste Erfahrungen in der Metallbearbeitung hat, sich aber die Herstellung eines High-End-Messers noch nicht zutraut, wird am Bau dieses zuverlässigen Messertyps seine Freude haben. Das Buch enthält Konstruktionszeichnungen und Schablonen zum Bau eines derzeit in Deutschland noch legal zu besitzenden Exemplars mit 8,5 cm Klingenlänge.

Multitools selbst gebaut

Author: Wolfgang Peter-Michel

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 3748136692

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 128

View: 6738

Die Idee, Messer mit Werkzeugen zu kombinieren, ist schon Jahrhunderte alt. In früheren Zeiten gab es diese kombinierten Messer in vielen verschiedenen Formen und Ausführungen. Mit dem Siegeszug des Schweizer Offiziersmessers und später der Klappzangen amerikanischer Bauart hat sich der Markt jedoch nur noch in genau diese zwei Richtungen entwickelt. Denn heute werden in erster Linie Multitools angeboten, die auf einer dieser beiden Konstruktionen basieren. Doch sind dies tatsächlich die einzigen idealen Vielzweckwerkzeuge? Das vorliegende Buch zeigt, dass ein versierter Hobbybastler in der Tat auch andere kombinierte Taschenmesser bauen kann, die nicht nur höher belastbar als die Fabrikprodukte, sondern in ihrer Werkzeugauswahl auch ganz auf den jeweiligen Besitzer zugeschnitten sind. Mit reich bebilderten Schritt-für-Schritt-Anleitungen beschreibt dieses Buch den Bau von fünf verschiedenen Multitools: Einige sind komplette Eigenbauten, andere dagegen Modifikationen von handelsüblichen Vielzweckwerkzeugen. Diese können Hobby-Messermacher entweder nachbauen, oder aber individuell abwandeln und damit für jeden Verwender das ideale Werkzeugmesser schaffen.

Introduction to Knifemaking

Author: SLSELLS

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1312709847

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 212

View: 9519

"Get first hand lessons from bladesmith Steve Sells, taking you step by step through the process of making your own knife, from a simple piece of steel into a finished blade, and even making your own leather sheath."--Back cover.

Organic Gardening

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Organic farming

Page: N.A

View: 1411

Knifemaking for Beginners

10 Essential Knifemaking Tools and Tutorial to Making Your Own Knife

Author: Chandler Beake

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781548523879

Category:

Page: 24

View: 3355

Knifemaking For Beginners: 10 Essential Knifemaking Tools And Tutorial To Making Your Own Knife If you are someone that has an interest in making your own knives, then this book will be just what you need as a beginner in knife making. This guide book will take you through the process of making knives from beginning to end. You will become familiar of the special tools and process usually conducted by a blacksmith working in a blacksmith shop working with metals such as steel and wrought iron. Perhaps you have an interest of learning to get into the trade of becoming a full time blacksmith. You may must be interested in partaking in this as a hobby, whatever your reasons you are sure to find some great tips and guidance taking you through the step by step process of making your own knives from scratch. You Will Learn How to: get started as a beginner in knife making build or create a knife achieve a knife design that has a professional look oversize the handle of the knife a bit oversize the handle of the knife a bit make the length of the blade an ideal size use old knife handles to create new handle designs faster design knives using your computer And much much more! Download your E book "Knifemaking For Beginners: 10 Essential Knifemaking Tools And Tutorial To Making Your Own Knife" by scrolling up and clicking "Buy Now with 1-Click" button!

The Coevolution Quarterly

Author: William S. Burroughs

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Social Science

Page: N.A

View: 1347

Wayne Goddard's $50 Knife Shop, Revised

Author: Wayne Goddard

Publisher: Gun Digest Books

ISBN: 9780896892958

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 160

View: 8571

Don't spend big bucks on your knife shop! &break;&break;You don't need to spend a fortune to start making fantastic knives. Noted knifemaker Wayne Goddard provides outstanding step-by-step instructions for making your own tools, finding the right steel and forging, grinding and heat-treating knives on a budget. &break;&break;Wonderfully illustrated with full-color photography, Goddard's book guides you through the knifemaking process from start to finish and even includes a budget breakdown showing everything you need is available to bargain prices. Goddard even explains and demonstrates the making of wire Damascus blades with the simplest of tools. &break;&break;Wayne Goddard's $50 Knife Shop is a find companion volume to Goddard's book The Wonder of Knifemaking and provides all the details you need to start making knives on a budget.

Knifemaking for Beginners

Top-10 Knifemaking Tools for Beginners and Detailed Guide to Making Your First Knife: (Blacksmithing, How to Blacksmith, How to Blacksmithing, Metal Work, Knife Making)

Author: Pamela George

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781523264384

Category:

Page: 24

View: 3029

Getting Your FREE Bonus Download this book, read it to the end and see "BONUS: Your FREE Gift" chapter after the conclusion. Knifemaking For Beginners: (FREE Bonus Included)Top-10 Knifemaking Tools For Beginners And Detailed Guide To Making Your First Knife If you are someone that has an interest in making your own knives, then this book will be just what you need as a beginner in knife making. This guide book will take you through the process of making knives from beginning to end. You will become familiar of the special tools and process usually conducted by a blacksmith working in a blacksmith shop working with metals such as steel and wrought iron. Perhaps you have an interest of learning to get into the trade of becoming a full time blacksmith. You may must be interested in partaking in this as a hobby, whatever your reasons you are sure to find some great tips and guidance taking you through the step by step process of making your own knives from scratch. You Will Learn How to: get started as a beginner in knife making build or create a knife achieve a knife design that has a professional look oversize the handle of the knife a bit oversize the handle of the knife a bit make the length of the blade an ideal size use old knife handles to create new handle designs faster design knives using your computer And much much more! Download your E book "Knifemaking For Beginners: Top-10 Knifemaking Tools For Beginners And Detailed Guide To Making Your First Knife" by scrolling up and clicking "Buy Now with 1-Click" button!

Making Full Tang Knives for Beginners

Step-By-Step Manual from Design to the Finished Knife

Author: Stefan Steigerwald,Peter Fronteddu

Publisher: Schiffer Pub Limited

ISBN: 9780764347528

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 136

View: 3637

From drawing the initial sketches of a design to etching your initials into the handle, Steigerwald and Fronteddu expertly demonstrate how to build a fixed-blade, full tang knife with detailed, step-by-step instructions and illustrations. These widely used knives are robust implements and are relatively easy to create, making this form an ideal choice for the beginning knife maker. No previous knife-making knowledge is necessary, and the list of required tools is short: files, sandpaper, a drill, and elbow grease. All knives shown are variants of the same basic construction, but you will find many different styles of bolsters and handles, as well as advice on selecting the right steel according to the demands of a particular blades components. Having a small, handy knife at your side, designed and made by your own hands, will surely bring you more satisfaction than a store-bought, mass-produced pocket knife.

Making Integral Knives

Author: Peter Fronteddu,Stefan Steigerwald

Publisher: Schiffer Pub Limited

ISBN: 9780764340116

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 144

View: 1992

The next installment to this knife workshop series explains how to design and build an integral knife, a knife made out of a single piece of steel. From basic patterns and principles to technical solutions to various variations in design and process, this guide is ideal for the intermediate to advanced knifemaker. Through step-by-step instructions and images, three integral knife projects with varying levels of difficulty are explained. Learn how to make a hand-filed knife that doesn't require much equipment, a knife made using a milling machine, and a knife made with a piece of steel that has been professionally prepared with a wire-erosion process. With 350 photos and illustrations, this comprehensive guide is ideal for mastering how to make integral knives.

The Anvil's Ring

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Art metal-work

Page: N.A

View: 4813

Shooter's Bible

Author: Robert F. Scott

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780883171103

Category: Firearms

Page: 576

View: 8492

Pocketknife Making for Beginners

Author: Stefan Steigerwald,Peter Fronteddu

Publisher: Schiffer Publishing Limited

ISBN: 9780764338472

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 125

View: 1247

Make your own folding pocketknife with this easy-to-follow guide. Step by step, this instructional manual unfolds the secrets of constructing a slip joint folding knife, which is held open by spring force and friction. In addition to introducing different variations of this knife style, this guide presents the materials, tools, and technical design skills needed for the project. Diagrams clearly demonstrate the mechanics of your knife and the crucial elements needed to make a properly functioning pocketknife. Detailed step-by-step explanations move from template to finished knife–even beginners can master this project with minimal tool requirements. Once the knife project is complete, you can use the processes in this guide and your own creativity to construct a special knife of your own design.