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    Jin Knives- A Video

    next up in the video series- Jin Knives



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    Love the picture on this one!


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    Great video, Jon. You really conveyed how much you appreciate the maker.

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    Love the story and the excitement you give to the video about the maker .
    I think it shows your passion you have for your business.
    well done.
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    Great video Jon.
    I am curious about the copper cladding.
    Is it a cosmetic thing?
    Or does it affect carbon migration during the forging.

    I vaguely remember reading something about carbon migration when forging laminated steels.
    But I can't remember what it was. Hence the dumb question.

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    I feel really strongly about Jin knives... He has become almost like my grandfather... he is always welcoming and supportive of Jon and I.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burl Source View Post
    Great video Jon.
    I am curious about the copper cladding.
    Is it a cosmetic thing?
    Or does it affect carbon migration during the forging.

    I vaguely remember reading something about carbon migration when forging laminated steels.
    But I can't remember what it was. Hence the dumb question.
    i think i mention in the video, but it was an easy way for him to clad the harder high speed steel. It also happens to look really cool.

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    Is there any reactivity or smell from the copper? Whenever I touch copper I notice the smell on my hands for a day or two. I really hope I am able to own a Jin at some point, they seem quite special.


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