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Thread: Making western style Kamisoris

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    Default Making western style Kamisoris

    Hello,

    i thought it might be interesting for some of you, how i make my western style Kamisoris. It surely is not the only way to do it, but it works fine for me.

    The video description is in german, so if anything is not clear to you dont hesitate to ask.

    Video 1: The forging. The steels used are carbon steels with 1-1,5%C, 1.3505 and 1.2210 and sometimes my selfcasted steels:



    Video 2: The grain refining process (not the hardening) and the rough outline grinding.





    Cheers,
    Ulrik
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    here is the rest of the videos:

    Video 3: The grinding and outline finish before hardening:.



    Video 4: The final grinding after hardening and handfinish.



    cheers,
    Ulrik
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    Great vids,if i were younger man I would try that,but at my age I would start myself on fire
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    Very nice informative videos, thank you for posting them. I have already learned from them.

    Charlie

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    I am pleased that you like it. And its never to late to try! ( i start myself on fire regulary... ;-) )

    @Charlie: Its hard to believe you could learn something from them, seen the great Work you are posting in the custom buildt section. I always admire your exceptional temper lines.

    Ulrik

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    Amazing work.
    “Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the universe.”
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