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Custom Handmade Full Tang Damascus Steel Blank Blade for Knife Making Supply (9)

Custom Handmade Full Tang Damascus Steel Blank Blade for Knife Making Supply (9)

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      Beautiful Handmade Damascus Steel Blank Blade for Knife Making Supply "(BB109) 

Damascus Steel: Modern pattern welded Damascus steel, 512 layers of hard higher carbon steels are welded to many layers of soft lower carbon steels. The pattern is designed, the blade is forged-welded, twisted, drilled, flattened, grounded, and forge-welded some more. The stack of steel is formed into a billet, and these billets or bars are then used to make a knife. The knife is profiled, ground, heat treated and finished with additional processes like etching and bluing to reveal the striking pattern. Blade is tempered & edge is fully sharpened.

This is a catalog picture. You will receive the knife as shown in the picture but the blade patterns and handle material may vary slightly.

Key Features

  • This Knife skinner is 8.75” inches long
  • The Blade of the knife skinner is 4.75” inches long
  • The Handle of the knife skinner is 4.0” inches long
  • The design is a Twisted pattern 
  • This Blank blade contains 512 layers of hard higher carbon steel
  • Rockwell hardness is 58-60 HRC
The Blade Contains 3/32" Pin Hole ------- 7/32" Lanyard Hole
''All of our Blades are 100% hand crafted. True quality material used to form the blade. The handle materials, blade steels,  Great handle fitting, exception sharp edge, nicely balanced grasp''

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Hand-forged Damascus blank blade Process

There are many myths and legends about Damascus steel. Some say that it is steel made from the blood of dragons. Others claim that it is a lost art, known only to a few secret blacksmiths. The truth is, Damascus steel is a type of steel that was popular in the Middle Ages.Damascus steel was prized for its strength and beauty. It was used to make swords, knives, and other weapons. The steel was made by layering different types of steel and forge-welding them together. This created steel with a unique pattern.

Hand-forged Damascus blank blade process

Hand-forged Damascus blank blade process 

The exact process for making Damascus steel is a whale of a secret. It is thought that the blacksmiths who created it kept the process a secret. Few of the methods used to create Damascus steel are known, but the exact process remains a mystery. Despite its popularity, Damascus steel eventually fell out of use. The process for making it was lost, and the steel fell out of fashion. Today, Damascus steel is enjoying a resurgence in popularity. Modern blacksmiths are rediscovering the process of making this unique steel.

If you're interested in trying your hand at Damascus steel, there are a few things you need to know. First, you'll need to find a blacksmith who knows how to make it. Second, you'll need to be patient. The process of making Damascus steel is time-consuming and difficult. But the results are worth it. With a little effort, you can create a beautiful and strong piece of steel.

  • Design 

The typical Damascus blank blade is a rectangular piece of steel with a tapered point. The blade is usually about 7 to 9 inches long and 2 to 3 inches wide. Damascus steel is made by folding and forge-welding numerous coatings of steel jointly. This process creates a steel with a very fine grain structure. The Damascus blank blade is usually made from high-carbon steel. The carbon content of the steel is what makes Damascus steel so strong and durable.


  • Forging 

The Damascus steel is forge-welded by heating the steel in a forge and then hammering it back and forth. This process welds the multiple layers of steel together. The Damascus blank blade is then forged into shape. The blade is heated in a forge and then hammered into shape. Subsequently, the blade exists forged, it is then rough ground. The blade is ground down to remove any imperfections.


  • Hardening 

The Damascus blank blade is then hardened. The blade is heated in a forge and then quenched in water. This process makes the harder. 

  • Marking 

If you’re a fan of Damascus steel knives, you probably know that each one is unique, with a distinctive pattern created by how the metal is layered. 

  • Helving 

Once a blade is ground to a finished shape and tested, craft a handle. This blade-stabilized wood and other natural grip handle materials are available at Shardblade.


  • Testing 

When it comes to Damascus blades, there are a few key things that need to be tested to ensure quality. Here is a step-by-step guide on how Damascus blades are tested for quality:

  1. The first step is to check the hardness of the blade. This is typically done with a Rockwell hardness tester.
  2. Next, the blade’s edge retention needs to be tested. This can be done by cutting through rope, paper, or cardboard.
  3. The third step is to check the blade’s flexibility. This is important because a Damascus blade that is too flexible will be more likely to break.
  4. Finally, the blade’s corrosion resistance needs to be tested. This is typically done by submerging the knife in water or vinegar for some time.


How Should A Hand-forged Damascus Blank Blade Be Cared For?

Just like any other type of knife, a Damascus blade must be adequately cared for if you want it to last a lifetime. Here are a few tips on how to do just that:

  1. Keep it clean – A Damascus blade is susceptible to rust and corrosion like any other type of steel, so it’s essential to keep it clean and dry. After each use, wipe down the blade with a clean, dry cloth. If it's filthy, you can wash it with soap and water, but be sure to dry it entirely afterward.
  2. Store it properly – When you’re not using your Damascus blade, store it in a dry, safe place. A knife block or sheath is ideal.
  3. Sharpen it regularly – A sharp blade is a safe blade, so it’s essential to keep your Damascus blade strong. How often you need to sharpen it will depend on how often you use it, but a good rule of thumb is to point it at least once a month.
  4. Be careful with it – Damascus steel is incredibly strong, but it’s not indestructible. Please avoid using your knife on hard surfaces like concrete or stone, and don’t try to pry open things with it. In other words, treat it with the same care you would like any other knife, and it will serve you well for many years.

Now that you know how to take care of a hand-forged Damascus blank blade, put these tips into practice and enjoy your knife for years to come.

What Are The Benefits Of Damascus Steel?

There are many benefits to owning a Damascus steel knife. First, the beautiful patterns created in the steel are unlike anything else on the market. It is truly a unique and one-of-a-kind look. Second, Damascus steel is known for its strength and durability. It is a tough steel that can withstand a lot of wear and tear. Third, Damascus steel knives are often considered to be collector's items. They are highly sought after by knife enthusiasts and can be pretty valuable.

One of the most popular benefits of Damascus steel is its unique appearance. The patterns that are created in the steel are genuinely one-of-a-kind. No two knives will ever look alike. This makes Damascus steel knives highly collectible. They are also quite beautiful, which makes them a great addition to any kitchen.

Another popular benefit of Damascus steel is its strength and durability. This very tough steel can withstand a lot of wear and tear. It is also resistant to rust and corrosion. This makes it an excellent choice for use outdoors. Hunters and fishermen often use Damascus steel knives because of their ability to withstand the elements.

Finally, Damascus steel knives are often considered to be collector's items. They are highly sought after by knife enthusiasts and can be pretty valuable. If you are looking for a knife that is both beautiful and durable, then a Damascus steel knife is a great choice.


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