CO
Upload

Loading...

You're viewing YouTube in English (US).
Switch to another language: | View all
You're viewing YouTube in English.
Switch to another language: | View all

Kitchen knife for Mom

8,764

Loading...

Loading...

Transcript

The interactive transcript could not be loaded.

Loading...

Loading...

Rating is available when the video has been rented.
This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
Uploaded on Mar 13, 2011

Putting a nice finish on a forged kitchen knife.

Loading...

  1. 1

    Nipper operates power hammer

  2. 2

    Hummingbird at the feeder

  3. 3

    The death of Drew's garage

  4. 4

    Replacing the cane seat in a canoe

  5. 5

    Mystery Project

  6. 6

    Nipper forges the bevel

  7. 7

    Dad and lad forging a couple knives.

  8. 8

    First attempt at clay coating a blade for heat treatment --

  9. 9

    Finally done with my Mom's new slicing/paring/ chopping knif

  10. Kitchen knife for Mom

  11. 11

    Making a striker for flint 'n' steel kit.

  12. 12

    Part II - Making a Scandi ground blade for a folding knife

  13. 13

    Girls doing some smithing

  14. 14

    Testing found steel for hardenability.

  15. 15

    Forging a blade to fit a folding knife.

  16. 16

    We've moved the forge into the garage, and I have a "new" anvil.

  17. 17

    So now the 9 year old wants to get into the act

  18. 18

    Making Damascus from a coiled spring

  19. 19

    Nipper heat treats his forged knife.

  20. 20

    A simple tool rack for the anvil stand.

  21. 21

    Heat treating three different knives

  22. 22

    Experimenting with a railroad spike

  23. 23

    Grinding the secondary bevel.

  24. 24

    The finished forged combat knife

  25. 25

    Heat-treating the combat knife blade.

  26. 26

    More progress on the combat knife.

  27. 27

    Nipper's Knife, Part V Forging the finger guard.

  28. 28

    More progress on Nipper's knife and my new knife.

  29. 29

    Nipper's Knife - Part III

  30. 30

    Nipper's knife, Part II -- and a lot more.

  31. 31

    Nipper's knife Part I

  32. 32

    Our last night at the beach. Not a lot to see, but the sound was mesmerizing.

  33. 33

    We go geocaching while on vacation

  34. 34

    Spring steel, acquired free from the scrapyard

  35. 35

    Art fair

  36. 36

    Satanite coating on the inside of the gas forge

  37. 37

    Dad, are you doing any forging today? Can I try?

  38. 38

    Forging a simple coat hook

  39. 39

    An afternoon in the woods

  40. 40

    Modifying the forge blower

  41. 41

    Just sharpening some of the new blades.

  42. 42

    Making a single brick forge

  43. 43

    Successful forge weld!

  44. 44

    New knives and forge mods.

  45. 45

    Forced-air propane forge

  46. 46

    Modifying the railroad track anvil

  47. 47

    My first hand forged knife

  48. 48

    Amateur metallurgy

  49. 49

    Trying to forge weld

  50. 50

    Part II: THE RETURN OF TONG

  51. 51

    Blacksmith tongs!

  52. 52

    RDPproject response

  53. 53

    Anvil Stand

  54. 54

    New Stuff: Anvil, forge, JHS and BAK.

  55. 55

    Jason's Knife

  56. 56

    Shaping the bevel on a bench grinder

  57. 57

    Making a stick tang, puukko knife

  58. 58

    Nipper making his first blown glass.

  59. 59

    My friend Bill makes a colored glass vase

  60. 60

    8 year old son uses a ferro rod to start a fire. (So easy a

  61. 61

    Homemade Beef Jerky by Mook

  62. 62

    Making a small neck knife, part 6

  63. 63

    Making a small neck knife, part 5

  64. 64

    Making a small neck knife, part 4

  65. 65

    Making a small neck knife, part 3

  66. 66

    Making a small neck knife, part 2

  67. 67

    Making a small neck knife, part 1

  68. 68

    Making a quick spatula from a fallen maple branch

  69. 69

    Soft drink can lantern

  70. 70

    Some blades I've made

  71. 71

    Lighting a fire with a ferrocerium rod

Sign in to add this to Watch Later

Add to