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A friend of mine who practices Philippines martial arts asked me to make him two training knives. I made him a karambit and a curved knife out of beech wood. Tools and materials: Skil electric planer: 🤍 Block plane: 🤍 Forstner bit set: 🤍 Carving tools set: 🤍 Cabinet scrapers set: 🤍 Cutting mat (board): 🤍 Chisel set: 🤍 Table saw: 🤍 Bandsaw: 🤍 Cordless drill: 🤍 Rotary tool: 🤍 Flat file: 🤍 Round file: 🤍 Spoke shave: 🤍 Disclosure: Some of the links below are affiliate links, meaning, that at no cost to you, I get a small commission if you click through and make a purchase. You can also support my channel by getting a T-shirt: 🤍 For more information about this project, go here: 🤍 You can support my channel through Patreon: 🤍 For more scrap wood projects, please visit my blog: 🤍 My social media channels: Facebook 🤍 Pinterest 🤍 Instagram 🤍 twitter 🤍 #woodworking #martialarts #knifemaking
Making a Wooden Knife: Follow along as I make a wooden kitchen knife out of a few scraps and a couple hours. Check out my website at 🤍 🤍 Some of the tools I use in my shop: Full Disclosure: As an Amazon affiliate I may earn a commission from qualifying purchases. Whiteside 1/4" Spiral Bit: 🤍 Incra I-Box: 🤍 Sweetheart Chisels: 🤍 A-Line It Kit: 🤍 WoodRiver #4 Bench Plane: 🤍 WoodRiver #7 Jointer Plane: 🤍 Porter Cable Router: 🤍 DeWalt Palm Router: 🤍 Whiteside Surfacing Bit: 🤍 Freud 10" Crosscut Blade: 🤍 Freud 10" Rip Blade: 🤍 Festool Vac: 🤍 Festool Track Saw: 🤍 Festool Plunge Router: 🤍 Festool Rotex Sander: 🤍 LED Shop Light kit: 🤍 More tools I use: 🤍 Camera Gear Used: 🤍
In this video we show you how to make the sharpest wooden knife possible! Specs are on the subtitles! Just hit the cc button here on YouTube! We hope you like! Thank you! Every HandCraft team #woodworking #knife #sharpening
Hardening wood with epoxy to make a wooden knife that cuts and stays sharp. Easy woodworking project brought to you by Squarespace. For 10% off your first purchase, go to: 🤍 Also, thanks to Total Boat! Check them out here: 🤍 Use coupon code 'SOMETHING' for 20% off Total Boat at JamestownDistributors.com! In this woodworking video I attempt to make a useable wooden knife by taking wood that’s already naturally hard and infusing it with resin to make it even harder to see if it will cut and maintain a sharp edge. In the first hardening technique, I’m using a product called Cactus Juice in conjunction with a vacuum chamber. The purpose of the vacuum chamber is to remove all the air naturally in the wood and replace it with resin. This is then baked in a toaster oven to harden the resin. The second technique is much simpler and uses a very thin resin called penetrating epoxy. This is just wiped on and soaks into the wood. I also make a 3rd knife using the same Brazilian chestnut without hardening to compare the 3 and see which technique works best. All of the handles are then made out of steel making these “reverse knives.” Watch the video to see if this experiment works! ★ TOOLS & SUPPLIES (Affiliate Links)★ Planer: 🤍 Spray Adhesive: 🤍 Bandsaw: 🤍 Disc Sander: 🤍 Spindle Sander: 🤍 Vacuum Chamber Kit: 🤍 Cactus Juice Resin: 🤍 Toaster Oven: 🤍 Penetrating Epoxy: 🤍 Hand Screw Clamps: 🤍 Random Orbit Sander: 🤍 Laser Cutter: 🤍 Plasma Cutter: 🤍 Angle Grinder: Angle Grinder: 🤍 Belt Grinder: 🤍 F-Style Clamps: 🤍 Flush Trim Saw: 🤍 Belt Sander: 🤍 Tormek Sharpening System: 🤍 CA Glue: 🤍 Wax/Oil: 🤍 ★ WATCH MORE ★ Jointer Sled: 🤍 Drill Press Station: 🤍 Playlist of Woodworking Shop Projects and Jigs: 🤍 ★ ALL THE LINKS ★ Music by Me: 🤍 Patreon Support / Extra Content: 🤍 T-Shirts / Books / Stickers / Plans: 🤍 My Other YouTube Channel: 🤍 Making It Podcast: 🤍 ★ FOLLOW ME ★ 🤍 🤍
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If you enjoy building stuff out of wood, you probably have scraps and cut-offs all over your shop. This project is a fun way to turn those scraps into beautiful wooden knives that can be used for butter or other soft spreads. You can make one of these knives in under an hour! FREE TEMPLATES: 🤍 If you make one of these, please post your pictures online and share it with me! I'd love to see how they turn out. Tag dnhandcrafted. - Inspiration: My original inspiration for this project (especially the chef knife style) was a pin I saw over a year ago. I tracked it down to an amazing woodworker from Poland, “I love nature”. - Checkout the knives: 🤍 - Checkout his website: 🤍 I am also very impressed with Linwood Handcrafted’s knives and cutting boards: 🤍 - Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 Website: 🤍 - Music Credits: Country Cue 1 by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (🤍 Artist: 🤍
This was more or less an experiment to try making what appears similar to pattern welded steel using two contrasting layers of wood. While it wasn't a complete success, it does show promise and I will try this method again on a future "real" knife project as the handle scales, and use two (or three) different types of wood. Read about it here: 🤍 Ways you can help support this channel: Patreon: 🤍 Project plans for sale: 🤍 More videos on my second woodworking channel: 🤍 My home reno channel: 🤍 My "Scrap bin" channel: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍
A year ago I finished up the original Wooden Cake Knife (🤍 made out of canary wood and coffee wood. This time we're trying a new technique making a wooden bone dagger using purple heart wood, zebra wood and cherry for a more aggressive blade. For the finish I used the following: Walrus Oil Food Safe Oil: 🤍 Walrus Oil Food Safe Wax: 🤍 Follow me on Instagram: 🤍 Visit: 🤍 Buy Lazy Guy DIY shirts: 🤍
I decided to try my hand at making a wooden knife and see how well they actually worked, I was pleasantly surprised by the result. I wanted to try something a little different as opposed to making a solid blade of one type of hard wood such as Lignum Vitae. I decided to try what the Japanese call "San Mai" which is basically a knife making technique where a hard steel core is laminated between a two softer steel plates to form a jacket. For my "San Mai" attempt a decided to use Masaranduba, also known as Bulletwood for my hard core, book matched Olive wood scales for the jacket, a piece of Doussie, also known as Afzelia, for the handle and Wenge for the pins. Considering that this was more an experiment than anything else and that I am nothing close to a knife maker, I am quite pleased with the result. Please enjoy the video and let me know your thoughts in the comments below! If you like my work, you can see more of it on my Instagram, Facebook and Etsy! Follow us to keep up to date! Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Etsy: 🤍 We post things often and look forward to your feedback! I use Starbond super glue. It has many uses in and out of the workshop, please check out the great products they offer! 🤍 Music - Rudess / Morgenstein Project - Crossing Over (I don't claim to own any of this music) Please feel free to comment, share and subscribe if you so desire, all opinions are welcome! Stay Creative!
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We made the world's sharpest petrified wood knife with our 60,000 PSI waterjet and some other goofy methods. It turned out quite awlraight. Here's the obsidian knife Video 🤍 🔪🔪 🤍 🗡️🗡️ Are you or anyone you know going through a divorce? If so, i'm sorry to hear about it, but we'd love to help divide the assets. Music: David Cutter Music - 🤍 Don’t steal our videos, if you’d like to use our video for something please contact us via email.
Read about my first attempt to make this knife here: 🤍 Much of the shaping was done on my homemade 1" belt sander: 🤍 And with my 2"x72" belt grinder: 🤍 Ways you can help support this channel: Patreon: 🤍 Project plans for sale: 🤍 More videos on my second woodworking channel: 🤍 My home reno channel: 🤍 My "Scrap bin" channel: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍
The blade is made from plywood that I made myself from spalted maple and black walnut. The handles are staghorn sumac wood that is that interesting green colour. The pins are walnut, so the entire knife is made from wood. This is a replica and fully functional, so it can also be used to practice with. The edge is not sharp, so there is no chance of cutting your fingers, but since it can break fairly easily, you still need to be careful using it and not drop it. I added the series of holes to the handles after I had it finished, which was a bit of a pain. With the handles blank and plain, it just didn't look cool enough. Here's another butterfly practice knife video, but this one has a steel blade: 🤍 Ways you can help support this channel: Patreon: 🤍 Plans for sale: 🤍 More videos on my second woodworking channel: 🤍 My home reno channel: 🤍 My "Scrap bin" channel: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍
Making hidden bokuto knife from W1-7 high carbon steel, brass seppa and habaki, handle and sheath from hornbeam. There I try to show all steps how to make this knife in the video. Thanks for watching! Leave like, dont forget to subscribe if you enjoy watching. Please share this video with friends or anyone who might be interested! ★You can buy all my works at my ETSY shop: 🤍 ●Follow me ● Twitter ▸ 🤍 Facebook ▸ 🤍 Instagram ▸ 🤍
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In this woodworking project I show you how to build wood cake knife and wood cake lifter. Making family heirloom items is not difficult, but sometimes knowing what to make can be the biggest challenge, so here is a great idea, a homemade matched set of a hardwood wood knife and cake lifter, the perfect set to help celebrate an event like a wedding, birthday, anniversary or buying a new table saw. They are easy to make and the techniques shown here are only one way of making these wooden knifes. This easy woodworking project is perfect for the beginner woodworker. ################# Make a Table Saw Fence Alignment Checking Jig: 🤍 Make a Versatile Depth Gauge Jig: 🤍 How to Make a Thin Strip Ripping Jig: 🤍 ################# Subscribe here - 🤍 Like me at Facebook: 🤍 Visit the website: 🤍 Follow on Instagram - 🤍 Follow on Twitter: 🤍 Connect with me on Google+: 🤍
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Thanks for supporting me on Patreon: 🤍 Fun wooden knife project with my four year old son that is easily assembled and shows how a lock back knife works. Tolerances and quality of parts were very good, and the knife is holding up well to his supervised play! Thanks for watching and please like, share, and subscribe! Spyderco Copy: "Teach your kids how pocketknives work and enjoy a fun family project at the same time. This easily assembled kit yields a full-scale model of the Dragonfly pocketknife that folds just like the real thing, but is entirely made of wood and has no sharp edges. For ages 7 and up, this fun kit includes complete step-by-step instructions. (NO CLIP)"
I was inspired to make a wooden katana using left-over hardwood flooring! Check out Alec Steele's series: 🤍 Check out Geeks Wood Shop katana build: 🤍 TOOLS & SUPPLIES: 🤍 🤍 I have always been intrigued by martial arts and after watching Iron Fist on Netflix I had the idea of making my own practice katana. I had a lot of scrap hardwood flooring from our home renovations, so I found some really beautiful pieces and got to work. Most of the sword is made from left over cumaru teak flooring that I recently used in our house. It has a really beautiful grain pattern and some elegant figuring, plus it's extremely dense and hard. I had just finished watching Alec Steele's series on making a Damascus steel katana, so I had a rough idea on how the whole thing went together. First, I drew out the rough shape of the blade based on some online dimensions. I cut out this shape on the bandsaw making sure to leave a tang on the bottom that would fit inside the hilt. I rough sanded the blade to give the sword some definition and moved on to the tsuba, or hand guard. I found another smaller piece of teak flooring for the tsuba. I used some calipers to measure the tang dimensions and transferred those lines to the blank tsuba. I drilled out this space and had to chisel and file the pocket very carefully so that the blade tang would sit snuggly into it. After I had a good fit, I cut the tsuba into an oval using a paper template. After researching how katana hilts are wrapped in cotton or silk strips, I decided to recreate that look with an inlayed contrasting wood. I had a piece of scrap oak flooring from my boys' room which would look awesome against the teak hilt. While I worked on other projects, I had my friend Josh CNC out the hilt design and the resulting diamond pattern looked just like a traditional fabric wrap. I hogged out the inside of the hilt to receive the tang and once I got a snug fit, it was time to assemble the major components. The tsuba fit onto the tang and the tang fit into the hilt. I added a kashira or pommel to the end of the hilt and it was all done. I finished the katana with some linseed oil and beeswax polish and it looks gorgeous! I am so happy to have my own sword and I feel like a true samurai! If you liked this woodworking prop, check out the playlist above for more! Subscribe: 🤍 Check out my TopVideos!: 🤍 Learn 3d modeling, get digital plans, and cool merch at 🤍 Want to support ILTMS? Get exclusive content and more... 🤍 FOLLOW: 🤍 🤍 🤍 #ILikeToMakeStuff About I Like To Make Stuff: We have lots of projects including woodworking, metalworking, electronics, 3D printing, prop making and more! These videos are our attempt inspire and empower others to make the stuff that they want to have. Hopefully you'll see something here that will inspire you to make something that you're passionate about! How to make a Wooden Katana from hardwood flooring // Woodworking | I Like To Make Stuff 🤍 I Like To Make Stuff 🤍
Today I finally finished making the wooden knife that I've been working on for almost a week now. It took a total of about 8 hours. I made it all with hand tools. so there are a few different techniques. I love to teach all kind of woodworking. There are so many more videos on my channel from beginner techniques to more advanced projects! Please Leave a comment about what you'd like to see next! Hey everyone! My name is Dylan Taylor, and this is my DIY channel! Subscribe: 🤍 Vlog channel! 🤍 Reaction Channel: 🤍 How to wood Burn: 🤍 How to make a wooden pipe (Basics) : 🤍 Instagram: 🤍dylansdiyworkshop ? DOCTOR VOX - Endgame 🤍 🤍 🤍
In this video I make a wooden sheath for the survival knife I made in a previous video. I made it out mahogany and wenge wood. I also used leather. Tools and materials I propose: Chisel set: 🤍 Trim router: 🤍 Buffing kit: 🤍 Bandsaw: 🤍 Speed square: 🤍 Belt sander: 🤍 Table saw: 🤍 Block plane: 🤍 Disclosure: Some of the links below are affiliate links, meaning, that at no cost to you, I get a small commission if you click through and make a purchase. You can also support my channel by getting a T-shirt: 🤍 You can support my channel through Patreon: 🤍 For more scrap wood projects, please visit my blog: 🤍 My social media channels: Facebook 🤍 Pinterest 🤍 Instagram 🤍 twitter 🤍 #woodworking #knifemaking
Today i am going to make Wooden Knife stand at home, height 8 inch, width 2.5 inch, Hope you enjoy the DIY video, let me know your thoughts in the comments section below! #amcreativeideas #woodworking #knifestand How to make wooden knife stand How to make diy knife stand How to make knife storage rack How to make homemade knife rack Subscribe my Channel for more interesting Videos and giving suggestion what should i made. Instagram : 🤍 YouTube Link: 🤍 Facebook link: 🤍
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Been wanting to do this for a while now and finally, here it is... This is quite obviously not a real knife, but making this has given me some much needed practice... Enjoy... My Instagram: 🤍 My Website: 🤍 My Facebook: 🤍 My Patreon: 🤍 I you have any comments or suggestions on anything you might want me to include or exclude for that matter, feel free to voice them in the comment section below. Also if you would like to see what I will build next, please like and subscribe.