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    Japanese Terms and their Meanings

    Can anyone tell me what the following terms mean and how they differ in terms of damascus knife forging?

    Sekisou-ko and Hi-zukuri

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shimmer View Post
    Can anyone tell me what the following terms mean and how they differ in terms of damascus knife forging?

    Sekisou-ko and Hi-zukuri
    Sekisou-ko = Laminated steel

    Hi-zukuri = (fire made) Hot forging

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrNaka View Post
    Sekisou-ko = Laminated steel

    Hi-zukuri = (fire made) Hot forging

    Can you give a quick synopsis of how these processes differ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shimmer View Post
    Can you give a quick synopsis of how these processes differ?
    ???

    Sekisou-ko = Laminated steel
    is not a process.

    ???

    You must give me the whole text for further discussion.

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