Finishing The "Slavic Razor" forged by MAN AT ARMS 🎥 Ancient Technology | Channify

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Huge thanks to Matt and Ilya for this collaboration. Watch how they forged this awesome blade here: And be sure to check their channel for more awesome videos: While handling this blade I did my best to stick to the straight razor theme Matt and Ilya had in mind. Since the damascus is already so rich in details and also because of the integral bolster I decided not to make a segmented handle construction like I usually do for my knives. Instead I focused my effort on the tang, filing a pattern and laminating the olive wood with a black and a solid brass liner to match the pins colors and materials. Overall I'm very pleased with how sleek the handle came out and I think it goes well with the blade! Index of operation and materials: 1:10 Marking layout lines for the pin holes 1:25 Center punching pin holes 1:34 Drilling 4mm pin holes 2:09 Tang was hard near the bolster, had to soften it with heat protecting the bolster with a wet rag 2:32 Temper colors should show where the steel is now soft 2:39 One spot was still hard had to drill with a sharpened stone bit 2:49 Layout color for the filework marks 2:60 To make the filework I used a wide range of files 3:47 But also a die grinder to help smooth some curves 4:30 And also a dremel with a cut off disc to make finer detalis Watch how I made another filework design without using files here: 5:32 Olive wood 5:40 Cutting a blank with band saw 6:20 WOOD STABILIZING process explained in his video: 8:20 Brass stock 1.5mm thick 8:40 Laminating handle materias with quick epoxy resin 9:40 Had to shape the scales surface against the bolster to fit the bolster curve 10:00 MOSAIC PINS process explained in his video: 11:02 Match drilling pin holes in the scales 11:52 Glueing handle with 90min epoxy resin, all surfaces de-greased off-camera 13:18 Rough shaping with 2x72 belt grinder 13:53 Hand sanding up to the filework by hand to avoid overshooting 14:20 Boiled linseed oil as finish 14:45 Sharpening with a very high grit belt on the slac of the 2x72 Thanks a lot for watching, I hope you liked the video! Suggestions and comments are welcome. Leave a like and share to anyone who might be interested! And be sure to subscribe and ring the bell if you are new here so you don't miss upcoming projects! ★Patreon★ ★Website★ ★Follow me★ Facebook ► Twitter ► Instagram ►

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