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    Titanium Bottle Opener Knife 12 Knife Run Finished Up! Photos


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    Last edited by Daniel Fairly Knives; 08-02-2012 at 02:10 PM.
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    Last edited by Daniel Fairly Knives; 08-02-2012 at 02:40 PM.
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    Last edited by Daniel Fairly Knives; 08-02-2012 at 04:09 PM.
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    Wow! very cool looking. Congratulations to the lucky 12 "Disciples of Ti"!

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    Quote Originally Posted by trkJr View Post
    Wow! very cool looking. Congratulations to the lucky 12 "Disciples of Ti"!
    Thanks for the kind words! Look out for more Ti, I have lots of Ti and big plans!
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    I had a question about the carbidized edge ... what it was, here is my answer.


    That is Tungsten Carbide you are seeing, it is what enables the Ti to have a lasting edge. I weld it into the edge and some remains on the surface as well.

    Carbidized Titanium cuts very well, it can be made hair popping sharp. The edge can saw as well, the edge reminds me of a very fine saw.

    Carbidized Ti excels in cutting meat, vegetables, rope, cardboard and other lighter objects. It is not great for carving tough hardwood or twisting cuts. The cool thing to me is that with abrasive materials such as cardboard it is actually self sharpening!
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    These look awesome! Can't wait to get mine.

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    I like those a lot!
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    no picture of the pointy one that I am getting?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gooeytek View Post
    no picture of the pointy one that I am getting?
    I've got you covered! the title is a bit misleading http://www.bladeforums.com/forums/sh...ashed-Titanium
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    looks like it is getting close!they look killer!

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    Brother I can't wait to get mine

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    Those look great!
    Finally will have 'teeth' of my own to take into the sea... just in case of meeting fish...

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    wootah!

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    That's one sharp rainbow. You're annodizing is very bright, not sure if your camera is awesome or your annodizing skills are awesome...probably both : ) I'm still stoked for the folders. Saving all my pennies lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SID-SWITCH-BLADE View Post
    That's one sharp rainbow. You're annodizing is very bright, not sure if your camera is awesome or your annodizing skills are awesome...probably both : ) I'm still stoked for the folders. Saving all my pennies lol.
    Thanks!

    I am getting better at photography but my camera is old and inexpensive. All my pics are with the same camera, if you look at my older ones they are pretty bad. I take lots of photos!

    The anodize job is super bright, maybe even better in person. I have been on somewhat of a mission to get the brightest and deepest ano possible, luckily it is working out well. At the moment I am working on a top secret electrolyte mix to get the brightest greens, it is the toughest color to get.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SID-SWITCH-BLADE View Post
    That's one sharp rainbow. You're annodizing is very bright, not sure if your camera is awesome or your annodizing skills are awesome...probably both : ) I'm still stoked for the folders. Saving all my pennies lol.
    Thanks!

    I am getting better at photography but my camera is old and inexpensive. All my pics are with the same camera, if you look at my older ones they are pretty bad. I take lots of photos!

    The anodize job is super bright, maybe even better in person. I have been on somewhat of a mission to get the brightest and deepest ano possible, luckily it is working out well. At the moment I am working on a top secret electrolyte mix to get the brightest greens, it is the toughest color to get.
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    at the moment i am working on a top secret electrolyte mix to get the brightest greens, it is the toughest color to get.
    oh hell yeah , greeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeen!!!!!!!!!!!

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    This thing is SWEEEEEEEEET!!!!Thanks Daniel


    Sorry about the low quality pics

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    Quote Originally Posted by JTR357 View Post
    This thing is SWEEEEEEEEET!!!!Thanks Daniel


    Sorry about the low quality pics
    Thanks! I always appreciate photos too, very cool! Hey they look good at that size!
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