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Turn A 2€ Rusty Knife Into High-End Japanese Chef's Knife Video Mp3 indir

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  • Published on Jun 21, 2019

  • I found this big knife at a local flea market in a bucket of "everything 2€" miscellaneous items. I bought it with the intent of lightly restoring it but after a close inspection I thought I was better off doing something more interesting with it since the construction was pretty bad, with un-even grinds, terrible pins and poor materials. After removing the rust I could also tell it has pretty much no historical value since it has no marking at all. So here we go! In this video I go through the entire process of turning it into a better looking (and better performing of course) chef's knife. The design is pretty close to a kiritsuke, but it's much bigger than most measuring 43cm (17inch) overall with 30cm (12inch) blade 6.5cm (2.6inch) wide and 2.5mm (0.1inch) thick. I tried to develop an hamon on the blade for aesthetic reason but without success, maybe the steel is not prone to show it since the harness is definitely different from spine to edge before and after tempering. Or maybe some other reason, I didn't wanted to spend the time to figure that out anyway. I had also another issue with the heat treatment where the refractory cement expanded and got stuck in the blade holder inside the oven, I had to quench everything... Yeah... That wasn't pretty at all! The handle is made of iroko and ebony wood, with a mild stainless steel guard and some red felt and white paper liners, the process of making the spacers is better described in this video: https://youtu.be/8tIaEAXYv-k Index of operation and materials: 0:27 Remove handle with metal cutting band saw 0:52 Remove rust with angle grinder and steel wire wheel disk 1:25 Clamp with copper under holes to stop welds 1:40 Stick weld the old pin holes to close them 2:20 Grind excess weld with angle grinder and grinding disk 3:00 Straighten tang with heat and vise 3:26 Annealing 3:38 Wire wheeling scale off 3:48 Trace new blade geometry 3:58 Cut most material with metal cutting band saw (steel soft after annealing) 4:25 Refining shape and grinding new bevels on 2x72 belt grinder 5:25 Wrapping with steel wire to help refractory cement sticking 6:00 Refractory cement used to develop hamon (fail) 6:20 Hardening 6:30 Quench in warm vegetable oil 7:00 Removing wire and cleaning blade 7:29 Bad tempering. My oven is too small for this blade and home oven out of reach 8:00 Final bevel grind 8:15 Hand sanding to 400grit sandpaper 8:37 Etching in ferric chloride for a dark matt finish (no hamon unfortunately) 8:50 Making liners with red felt white paper and resin 10:05 Iroko wood 10:37 Glueing the handle stack with 5 min epoxy resin 11:10 Grind square 11:30 Drill tang hole, 10mm in diameter 11:50 Mark and center puch guard holes 12:00 Drilling with 2.5mm bit 12:17 Grinding back side with dremel and thick cut off disk to save some file work 12:36 Filing to size 13:20 Tang dowel, cut to lenght on band saw 13:30 Took to the exact diameter by spinning on a plate with hole drilled with same bit as the tang hole 13:54 Splitting the dowel 14:02 Enlarge the slot to match the tang thickness on slack of 2x72 belt grinder 14:30 Final glue up with epoxy resin 14:53 Grinding handle to shape on 2x72 belt grinder 15:20 Hand sanding up to 600 grit 15:48 Boiled linseed oil as finish 16:08 Sharpening on the slack of the 2x72 with very high grit belt 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! ★Patreon★ https://www.patreon.com/blackbeardpro... ★Website★ http://blackbeardproject.com/ ★Follow me★ Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/BlackBeardPr... Twitter ► https://twitter.com/BlackBeardProje Instagram ► https://www.instagram.com/black_beard...

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  • Michael Sacy
    Michael Sacy 1 month ago

    Next : I wanna see you take a rusty Honda and turn it into a high end sports car.

  • Greifen Nach
    Greifen Nach 4 days ago (edited)

    The video is just great, but it would be MUCH better if I understood what the DAMN are you doing!!!

  • Ro Bux
    Ro Bux 15 hours ago

    Today: 2$ rusty knife to high end Japanese knife

  • Papa Kilo Productions

    How to turn a $2 knife into a more expensive looking $2 knife

  • Devo Blanco
    Devo Blanco 2 days ago

    how did you make it japanese

  • Riften guard
    Riften guard 2 days ago

    As a knife maker, i can tell, that wasn't a naturally rusty knife, i'm guessing you go with salt water by the pattern of rust 🤷

  • jcole killer2
    jcole killer2 3 days ago

    as a cook i wont say its high end but it is a very good chefs knife and i personally would use it

  • Michael Neely
    Michael Neely 19 hours ago

    As much time and labor and tooling and equipment it would be cheaper to buy a new one.

  • Pokey
    Pokey 1 month ago

    People who understand what he was doing: oh

  • Miguel Sanchez
    Miguel Sanchez 4 weeks ago

    Damn I got clickbaited, this knife is nothing like a highend chef knife lol

  • Jonas Haus
    Jonas Haus 1 month ago

    I must have missed the High-End and Japanese Chef part, but apart from that, nice job

  • Simone Chiesa
    Simone Chiesa 1 month ago (edited)

    This guy owns every kind of tools ever made by humans on earth but couldn’t find a chopping board!!

  • Andreas Halada
    Andreas Halada 3 weeks ago

    So i just need 10000 Bucks for equipment to reforge a 2 Dollar knife into a 3 Dollar Knife....

  • AWS Holy
    AWS Holy 4 weeks ago

    high end chef knife

  • Hank Terrebrood
    Hank Terrebrood 4 days ago

    The way your band saw cut through it, it seems very soft, maybe not heat treated?

  • steef haasbroek
    steef haasbroek 3 days ago

    Nice work! But no balance or specs.

  • Dylan Klemm
    Dylan Klemm 1 month ago

    Tang is crazy skinny for a blade of that size an an odd shape for a chef knife looks more like a Bowie

  • Omer Erdogan
    Omer Erdogan 3 days ago (edited)

    Turn a 2€ rusty knife into high end japanese Knife with 1.000€ workmanship and using 100.000€ costed machinery.

  • Micke Bodén
    Micke Bodén 1 month ago

    I love what you do, and I enjoy watching your videos. But this title is very misleading.

  • Invocated Agitator
    Invocated Agitator 1 month ago

    What am i doing with my life... i should be playing games right now!