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CTS BD1N its nitrogen content allows the chromium to provide more stain resistance and it should be easy to strop back to sharpness. And it has...
Absolutely awesome Sam! Love it!
I agree. It holds up great at the higher Rockwell's. I plan on making a largeer chopper at 63HRC to see how it holds up. Should perform great,...
I completely agree.
Vanax makes a sweet kitchen knife.
And Zwear is sweet too, takes nice blueish patina and a wicked edge.
S90V at higher hardness 62/63. Or 63/64HRC. Havent used it at anything higher yet.
Cpm 4V at 63HRC or higher.
And Zwear in a folder would be...
Zwear camp blade.
CPM 3V. Kiratis Kukri. #2
61HRC low temper.
Just finished the kukri handle this morning to 400 grit.
Both are wearing...
Definitely some alien tech.
Some strange combo of elements we've never tried. Or even elements that dont exist in this galaxy.
Got this small chopper in Ztuff sold yesterday.
12.5 inches OAL.
1.75 inches wide at max.
Blue G10 and carbon pins. [ATTACH]
Yep. Black micarta!!
Probably micarta. I'll check the books!
Killer work @Willie71 !!!
Todays project after work.
Ignore the measurements. Client got mixed up.
Specs are 2 inch wide blade. 6.5 inch blade. Needs a bit of modification...
AEB-L is extremely tough due to the fine grain structure.
I think it would perform a bit better if hardened to 60HRC+. But I'm sure it will...
Things are getting better. I'm healed up from the accident and things have slowed down a bit. I now have more time to get back to...
So it seems like this steel may be tougher than CPM 154? Due to the finer carbides.
But have higher edge stability and achievable hardness like...
I'd also recommend ZFINIT/LC200N
Or Vanax. As a heads up Vanax is very expensive.
If you want to go the titanium route. I would suggest...
Wow. That is one spectacular blade!
I'd say that I prefer 3V over Ztuff.
From my experience it's a bit less expensive and I like the increased wear resistance and edge stability....
Thanks man I appreciate it.