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My homemade knife vise. By JFrandas

My homemade knife vise. By JFrandas

Steel Hardening & Forging Temperatures - Colour Chart for forging / brazing, this are the "glow" colours on the metal – West Yorkshire Steel Co Ltd

Steel Hardening & Forging Temperatures - Colour Chart for forging / brazing, this are the "glow" colours on the metal – West Yorkshire Steel Co Ltd

urbanshtf: My new D2 steel friction folding Kiridashi from belgian knife maker ‘DOX Blades’.This thing is perfect, and as it’s not a fixed blade (like my other Kiridashi knives) it’s legal to EDC here.

urbanshtf: My new D2 steel friction folding Kiridashi from belgian knife maker ‘DOX Blades’.This thing is perfect, and as it’s not a fixed blade (like my other Kiridashi knives) it’s legal to EDC here.

Belt Grinder by gtermini -- Homemade belt grinder constructed from DOM tubing, steel plate, bushings, aluminum and rubber wheels, and a 1.5 hp motor.  http://www.homemadetools.net/homemade-belt-grinder-40

Belt Grinder by gtermini -- Homemade belt grinder constructed from DOM tubing, steel plate, bushings, aluminum and rubber wheels, and a 1.5 hp motor. http://www.homemadetools.net/homemade-belt-grinder-40

Make everything from jewelry to pocket knives with this handy tool.

Make everything from jewelry to pocket knives with this handy tool.

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Want to make a homemade knife? You'll need to get a forge. Lucky for you, they are super simple to make—just get a soup can, some plaster, and a propane torch, and you're on your way to DIY blacksmithing at home!

Want to make a homemade knife? You'll need to get a forge. Lucky for you, they are super simple to make—just get a soup can, some plaster, and a propane torch, and you're on your way to DIY blacksmithing at home!

This is how I cutt bottles. I built this jig to make a clean and straight scar perpendicular to the bottle's vertical axis. The threaded rod and nuts allow the glass cutter to be adjusted to cut different bottle lengths. After marking the scar, I pour boiling water on it and then I plunge the bottle into icy water. Sudden temperature change makes the bottle to split in two leaving a perfect cut. Then I smooth the glass edges with fine grit sand paper.

This is how I cutt bottles. I built this jig to make a clean and straight scar perpendicular to the bottle's vertical axis. The threaded rod and nuts allow the glass cutter to be adjusted to cut different bottle lengths. After marking the scar, I pour boiling water on it and then I plunge the bottle into icy water. Sudden temperature change makes the bottle to split in two leaving a perfect cut. Then I smooth the glass edges with fine grit sand paper.