Discussion in 'Haburn Knives' started by KJDedge, Mar 13, 2018.
Can you give us a little detail about this?
This is what I have so far.
I've been wanting a few special projects a year, something that I can exercise a bit more creativity with.
Each of these knives and or accessories will have my normal Haburn mark, my signature mark (opposite blade side), and have a serial number so they are easily ID'd with the year build and sequence in that year.
The number of projects will be capped to three a year, but with the schedule I typically keep it will most likely be one or two a year.
10% of the sale price will go to a charity, which I am still looking for. Most likely something that benefits children. I am open to suggestions.
I am hoping to have the first piece finished before summer.
Sales will be through a lottery.
Please post any questions.
The ball's rolling on this project for Build #1.18
240mm integral san mai gyuto with carbon fiber frame handle with dovetailed koa scales.
Connecting rods from a '74 911S, carbon fiber, and koa.
Looks like something sweet is brewing.
This is going to be cool. What kind of steel are thise connecting rods made of?
Not sure as I haven't gotten them tested. I'm going to forge them in the san mai and use 52100 for the core.
Better believe it!
Cool idea to use rods.
Porsche for performance (laser); MOPAR for muscle (workhorse)?
I like the idea, it's a good thought. Maybe MOPAR for beasty slicer and fork.
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