I had always wanted to make my own knives and I wanted to find out if it was possible. I know it is possible to buy knives but I wanted to know if it was possible to make my own. This blog is my journey in making my own knives.
The third of my blogs on knife making, this blog is based on my visit to the W.R. Case & Sons Cutlery factory in Bradford, Pennsylvania. The blog focuses on how the factory runs and some of the machinery they use to manufacture their knives. This is not a meaty blog, it is more of a picture based blog with the only text being captions.
If you love sharp things like me, putting your hands on a quality knife is a real treat. The weight, the material, the feel, and especially the edge, all make the knife a useful tool. Making the jump from a store bought knife to a custom knife is not always easy. This blog lays out the considerations that you need to make to build your own knife.
When you wake up in the morning and have a long day of work ahead of you, the last thing you want is to have to worry about making sure that your knives are sharp. Thankfully, these days there are some great knife sharpening devices on the market which means that you can have your knives professionally sharpened with a quick and easy job.
Knife manufacturing is a business which has to be done by experts. When you have to work with an expert, you have to be sure about his professionalism. You also have to be sure about the quality of the knife. It is a tough task to manufacture a good quality knife. But, if you still want to start a knife manufacturing business, you can read through this blog.
I have been collecting knives since early 2014. I’ve made a lot of progress and have accumulated a lot of knowledge. However, I have never made a knife. This post takes a look at a different topic. Homemade knives.
As a young chef it is important to have the right tools to get the job done and this means having the right knife. A knife is not just an accessory but a tool in your arsenal to get the job done. Knives are one of the most important tools you can have in the kitchen, but they are being designed and manufactured by some of the best knife makers in the world.
I have always been interested in making my own knives, I have tried a few times over the years, but never got anywhere. I have always been put off by the high cost of machinery and the quality of the blades I made. So I’m wondering, Is it worth it?