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Knives

Giannini Friction Folder

Giannini Friction Folder

Minnesota metalsmith Giannini Forge offers up a unique series of handmade folding knives, each made with a 1095 steel blade, and a perforated handle made from natural aluminum, duracoated aluminum or steel. Blade measures 2.5″, with a 6.5″ length when open.

Making a Knife from Tape

Making a Knife from Tape

For his latest creation, knifemaker Kiwami Japan decided to see if he could build a blade using FiberFix – the ultra-durable, resin-infused tape that dries hard as a rock. Given the fact that he previously made a knife from gelatin, we had no doubt he was up to the task.

Coil Spring to Katana

Coil Spring to Katana

Blacksmith and blademaker Jake’s Custom Knives shows us how he takes old coil springs from cars and turns them into shiny new weapons. In this case, he transformed a section of the suspension coil into an awesome little samurai sword.

Perfect Cut Utility Knife

Perfect Cut Utility Knife

The Perfect Cut is a utility knife that comes with four minutely adjustable modules that let you cut sheet materials precisely and easily. There’s a 45º module, a 90º module, a variable angle module and a compass module for cutting circles.

Making a Knife from Batteries

Making a Knife from Batteries

Ripping apart old batteries can be dangerous, but that didn’t stop shurap from tearing into a bunch of them in search of usable metal. He then fused the bits together with some steel blades, and crafted a sweet damascus knife with a handle made from a MagLite.

Spinning Belt of Knives

Spinning Belt of Knives

Colin Furze shows off an invention so insane that we wouldn’t want to be within 1000 feet when it spins up. Apparently for no reason other than to outdo Simone Giertz’s salad chopping robot, he built a wearable belt that rapidly spins knives around his waist. It draws blood at 9:57.

Making a Stone Knife

Making a Stone Knife

Kiwami Japan takes a break from creating knives out of really unusual materials, and makes one out of one of the oldest knifemaking materials. He goes full caveman, handcrafting a blade from a piece of river rock he found. Headphones recommended for optimal ASMR.

Compact EDC Knives for 2018

Compact EDC Knives for 2018

Looking for a blade you can use for everyday tasks, but is small enough to really carry all the time? Look no further than Everyday Carry’s latest gear roundup, featuring 10 great pocket knives measuring under 3″ long.

TRAK XL Runner’s Knife

TRAK XL Runner’s Knife

The TRAK XL is the bigger and improved version of the Titanium Runner’s Anywhere Knife (TRAK). Its larger size and two-finger grip makes it easier to hold than the original. It has a sharper and longer blade too. It comes with a neck sheath for convenient storage.

Making a Knife Out of Potatoes

Making a Knife Out of Potatoes

You already know kiwami japan as the Iron Chef of knife making. Today’s secret ingredient is… POTATOES!!! First he turned a potato into a starchy powder, then mixed it with glycerin and vinegar to make a putty. After drying and cutting the putty, he sharpened it into a blade.

Making a Giant Utility Knife

Making a Giant Utility Knife

For his latest build, Jackman Works created a jumbo-sized, hand-carved wood replica of a utility knife. It’s fully-functional, and just the right size for opening Paul Bunyon’s Amazon packages. He got the inspiration for the giant knife blade from fellow builder Jimmy DiResta.

Great New Designer Knives

Great New Designer Knives

There are tons of nondescript, high-production knives on the market. If you’re looking for something with a bit more style, Everyday Carry has gathered up 10 great looking production blades which come from the minds of some of the world’s best knife designers.

Everyday Blade

Everyday Blade

This keychain-sized retractable knife allows you to carry a razor-sharp hobby and craft blade anywhere. It works with 12 different types of blades for carving, slicing, whittling, and more. Pop the blade off, and it’s TSA-compliant – just buy more blades at your destination.

10 New Flipper Knives

10 New Flipper Knives

Looking for a knife that opens with minimal effort? Then you want a flipper-style blade. These knives deploy with a flick of a tab, and offer smooth and easy operation. The fine folks at Everyday Carry picked 10 recently-released flipper knives for your perusal.

Making a Knife from Underwear

Making a Knife from Underwear

Just when we thought Kiwami Japan had run out of unusual materials to make knives from, he’s come up with another. He ironed then shaped several pairs of boxers into a sharp, functional blade. It helps that they contain synthetics. This wouldn’t work with 100% cotton.

Zero Tolerance Black Folding Knife

Zero Tolerance Black Folding Knife

This beautiful frame lock knife features a blackwash finish on both its sturdy S35VN steel blade and its titanium handle. Both have a Tungsten DLC coating for wear resistance, and it packs a KVT ball bearing for smooth manual opening. Blade measures 3.6″ long.

Coin Claw Pocket Knife

Coin Claw Pocket Knife

If you’re looking for the smallest blade outside of the ones in multi tools, check out Serge Knives‘ Coin Claw Gen2. It’s a 1 5/8″ disc with a 1″ knife that swings out from it. It weighs only 1.5oz. It will be available Fall 2018 in several designs.

ParaClaw CQD Watch

ParaClaw CQD Watch

Outdoor Edge’s ParaClaw Close Quarter Defense Watch combines the company’s bestselling bracelet with a water-resistant watch. The bracelet hides a 1.5″ stainless steel hawkbill blade that you can release in a pinch. It’s available in zinc alloy or stainless steel.

Rexford Rut V3 Titanium Multitool

Rexford Rut V3 Titanium Multitool

Rexford Knives partnered with Gallantry to create a special edition of its RUT utility blade multitool. The RUT V3 has a titanium body. It comes with a black blade but fits standard boxcutter blades. It also has a screwdriver, a bit driver, a bottle opener and a pry bar.

Best Fixed-blade Knives

Best Fixed-blade Knives

While folding knives are convenient to carry in your pocket, fixed blade knives generally offer greater stability, leverage, and fewer points of failure. So if you don’t mind wearing a waist sheath, these blades are worth a look. Everyday Carry picks 10 of the best and newest designs.

Making a Knife from Cardboard

Making a Knife from Cardboard

Kiwami Japan is back with another ridiculously improbable knife construction – an impressively-sharp kitchen blade made from pressed cardboard. We weren’t quite sure what he was up to for the first few minutes and thought we were watching HowtoBasic.

Kershaw Pub Pocket Knife

Kershaw Pub Pocket Knife

Kershaw’s Pub knife gives you a variety of tools in a small and affordable package. You get a Sheepsfoot-style blade, a bottle opener, a screwdriver, and a pry bar. It also has a keychain-ready hole. Available in black or a raw steel finish.

Maker Knife

Maker Knife

The Maker Knife is a sleek holder for utility blades. It features an adjustable and intuitive locking mechanism that kicks in when the blade reaches the top and automatically releases when you pull the blade back down. Available in black or silver.

Bolt Into Knife

Bolt Into Knife

Maker and artist Bobby Duke shows has yet another trick up his talented sleeves. In this clip, he shows us how he transformed an ordinary metal bolt into a tiny and beautiful hunting knife replica, inspired by knifemaker Gil Hibben’s bowie blade from The Expendables 2.

Craighill Desk Knife

Craighill Desk Knife

In making their desk knife, Craighill was inspired by the kiridashi, a traditional Japanese general purpose knife, as well as the humble pen. The desk knife has a form factor resembling that of the writing tool, and has a notched body for grip.

CRKT Crossbones Knife

CRKT Crossbones Knife

Designed by Jeff Park, CRKT’s low-profile liner-lock pocket knife features a bead blasted aluminum handle inspired by the shape of a dog bone, and a straight-back 3.5″ steel blade. Note that the prototype in the video is missing the two-toned scales of the production version.

Drill Bit to Karambit

Drill Bit to Karambit

If there’s one thing we’ve learned from the many knifemaking videos we’ve seen, it’s that metal is highly recyclable. Miller Knives provides further evidence of this by transforming a rusty hammerdrill bit into a beautiful and unique new karambit-style curved blade. That Vikings ad was totally random though.

Making a Rice Knife

Making a Rice Knife

Kiwami Japan’s collection of unusual kitchen knives continues to grow on a regular basis. Here, he manages to transform ordinary white rice into a extremely sharp blade after a bit of grinding, sifting, and milling… and milling… and milling some more.

Petzl Spatha Knife

Petzl Spatha Knife

Petzl’s knife is perfect for climbers or anyone who needs to cut rope, thanks to its carabiner-compatible center hole, and a dual-edged blade with smooth and serrated edges. The blade notch makes bare-handed opening easy, while the textured wheel is great for gloved use.

Making a Knife from Jello

Making a Knife from Jello

Kiwami Japan has made quite a few unusual knives, but we never thought we’d see one made from this jiggly dessert. Despite the challenges, he managed to transform the gelatin into a surprisingly rigid cutting utensil by drying it out with an air purifier.

Massdrop x Zinker Dogtooth Knife

Massdrop x Zinker Dogtooth Knife

Massdrop teamed up with knifemaker Brad Zinker to create a production run of one of his impressive custom knives. We love the perforated titanium handle, which reduces weight, and its 3.3″ stainless wharncliffe blade is sure to get light duty tasks done with ease.

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