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How to forge an axe: Step by step. AUTINE and bladesmith John Neeman

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Published on May 19, 2013

In order to clear up the confusion that is still going on about "John Neeman" and his previous workplace, please read the following information.

John Neeman is Jānis Nīmanis who is the bladesmith of AUTINE by John Neeman. He is also the same John Neeman who was in Neeman Tools project. John left the company because he did not agree with the vision of his former partner for the company. John has always been honest and fair to colleagues and customers. Those are the values he never compromised. If you have doubts, then ask Neeman Tools who actually makes the tools there.

In 2012 John Neeman created AUTINE by John Neeman (www.autinetools.com). This is the only website you can use to purchase John's authentic tools.
We cannot change the rumors that others spread or what you will choose to believe. We are thankful for our supporters and our friends for sticking with us all the way through this confusion. What matters is that we know who we are and our loyal customers are satisfied.

Now, back to the video:
This video shows how to make an axe by laminating tehnique. It is a short insight in forging methods used by bladesmith John Neeman.
"At spring 2012 I, bladesmith John Neeman, got in an accident. My face and hands were burned. At this tough moment some people from Forestry Forum were with me in their thoughts, supporting me both morally and financially. Thanks to them I was able to recover faster."
The axe you can see in this video, along with two other axes, is made as thanks to the great people on Forestry Forum. We decided to pay it forward, sending these three tools to administration of the forum for an auction, which aim is to raise funds for maintaining the site.
More about auction: forestryforum.com
JohnNeeman.com
facebook.com/AutineTools

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