process of making Damascus knife. Korea's top handmade knife master.

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프로세스 케이 Process K

Жыл бұрын

process of making Damascus knife. Korea's top handmade knife master.
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@ilsupjang
@ilsupjang Жыл бұрын
'수제칼은 비싸다?' 라는 말을 할 수 없는 영상..... 이렇게 힘든 노력과 정성이 들어갔는데 와 진짜 끝내줍니다.
@sirhuevos
@sirhuevos 10 күн бұрын
si de una
@ryancrouch9584
@ryancrouch9584 Жыл бұрын
It's always a pleasure to watch a master craftsman create such high quality thank you for making this video
@Legoom
@Legoom 5 ай бұрын
처음 부분부터 끝까지 숨죽이고 봤네요 아름답다고 느껴질만큼 멋있는 영상이네요
@russward2612
@russward2612 6 ай бұрын
He created something beautiful that will be admired and functional for generations, if properly maintained. The hallmark of a master at the pinnacle of his career.
@user-ve7og9xl8h
@user-ve7og9xl8h Жыл бұрын
흰색가루는 붕사가루입니다~ 서로 다른 금속을 붙일때나 땜을 할때 땜이 흐르는 길을 만들어주는 역할을 합니다~
@williamsnoguera736
@williamsnoguera736 Жыл бұрын
iba a preguntar que es el polvo blanco y aquí estaba la respuesta gracias desde México
@user-th6pi3iv7b
@user-th6pi3iv7b Жыл бұрын
+ 불순물 제거
@gella464
@gella464 20 күн бұрын
아닙니다 필로폰입니다. 잘못알고 계시네요
@drucker03
@drucker03 Жыл бұрын
Thank you. It's a pleasure to watch outstanding craftmanship like this.
@IcarusGravitas
@IcarusGravitas Жыл бұрын
What a treat to be able to watch every moment of this magic! Thank you!
@michaelporter8006
@michaelporter8006 Жыл бұрын
Absolutely FANTASTIC! finally someone who actually folds the steel when making a Damascus blade. Thoroughly impressed!
@Anaximander29A
@Anaximander29A Жыл бұрын
Are they still doing the folding for getting the traditional looks? Because I guess today there isn't a problem anymore with getting the steel hot enough to get rid of all the impurities.
@MikeFromSky
@MikeFromSky Ай бұрын
@@Anaximander29Ano one fold, they all just cut it in to piece then weld it back togerther. It give more control over patern but it lame for some one love katana like me
@StickTheGlue
@StickTheGlue Жыл бұрын
After watching a fe forging videos over the years I have grown to love Damascus knives. I didn't used to like the pattern but after seeing the effort that goes into them I can't get enough
@A5JDZK
@A5JDZK Жыл бұрын
I'm not a knife or sword guy, but I can definitely appreciate the skill and craftsmanship involved in the knife making process. It's truly an art form. Thanks for sharing.
@CatharticSense
@CatharticSense Жыл бұрын
It's the opposite of art, it's just science. Bring metal to a certain heat so the crystals stay in shape but it's hot enough to stretch the metal. Elongate the crystals by hammering and flattening it. Rinse repeat. Sprinkle borax every x folds on/in between. There's such a large amount of emotional psuedo science going on around swords/knives. I like seeing someone work metal the old fashioned way, but machines easily do it better/faster/cheaper.
@brooklyn9398
@brooklyn9398 Жыл бұрын
Unbreakable 👌💪❤️
@FariAdiKnife
@FariAdiKnife 10 ай бұрын
You can see how I made a razor with engraving on it kzfaq.info/get/bejne/fr93iKlpu9q9fZs.html
@pedrolag5711
@pedrolag5711 5 ай бұрын
Hace pedidos de un cuchillo y envío este artista?
@Pyn00
@Pyn00 10 ай бұрын
What a unique knife sir! Masterclass! Greetings and so much love from Turkey!
@imstalkerpop
@imstalkerpop 25 күн бұрын
greece better
@YuGo122
@YuGo122 Ай бұрын
Уважаемый мастер! Огромное спасибо Вам за Вашу потрясающую работу. У Вас золотые руки!
@user-ez6cf3fk7w
@user-ez6cf3fk7w Жыл бұрын
엄청난 장인의 직업정신이 느껴집니다... 오늘도 양질의 영상 잘 봤습니다!
@user-wc4rb6en9m
@user-wc4rb6en9m Жыл бұрын
素晴らしい技工だ。 そして完成した刃に現れる縞模様の美しさは芸術品の如し。 日本、韓国、欧州、どこの国であっても古からの技工は色褪せることがない。
@83Mohamad8Hassn
@83Mohamad8Hassn Жыл бұрын
By the way, he is a very wonderful artist and deserves all respect for mastery of work is a masterpiece ❤
@charlesdavaro8554
@charlesdavaro8554 Жыл бұрын
Been watching this process for years the man is a true inspiration
@rickiewaffle9594
@rickiewaffle9594 Жыл бұрын
Thanks for taking the time to see how quality is made.
@imagehunter1
@imagehunter1 Жыл бұрын
I’m watching this master because I have a few of this knifes and now I understand better the masterpiece they are, and this master deserves all my respect in working so hard to make a knife with a razor blade cut 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼and beautiful 👍🏼
@gregk9387
@gregk9387 Жыл бұрын
@Lee ImageHunter . Wow, u so lucky have some of this knifes. Wonder how much it cost for one?
@embrezar
@embrezar 5 ай бұрын
I want one, but I'm afraid to learn just how much a single knife costs. Very talented bladesmith, and a wonderful video. Thank you for sharing.
@user-gx6mw5tf4h
@user-gx6mw5tf4h Ай бұрын
ТАКОЙ клинок НЕ МОЖЕТ стоить дёшево. Столько талантливого упорного Труда! Поклон Мастеру за его Мастер класс
@juniodamasco947
@juniodamasco947 Жыл бұрын
PARABÉNS 👏 CONTINUE SEMPRE SE ESFORÇAR PARA MELHOR E APRIMORAR A CADA NOVA CRIAÇÃO....
@branislavbabic6050
@branislavbabic6050 Жыл бұрын
Kakav majstor, uporan kao terijer , svaka mu čast.
@ResponsiblePledge
@ResponsiblePledge Жыл бұрын
Incredible craftsmanship...makes it looks easy. God he has some incredible equipment, I would love to have this shop!
@demolitiondan1188
@demolitiondan1188 6 ай бұрын
I know right?!! It’s amazing! 👍🏻👍🏻
@DebjeetDe
@DebjeetDe Жыл бұрын
Such efforts with such dedication calls for a bow 🙇‍♂️ 🙌 👏👏
@dorivalvarginha
@dorivalvarginha Жыл бұрын
Very nice! Good job! Wonderful Knife! Congratulations on the great job of making the damascus knife!
@dorivalvarginha
@dorivalvarginha Жыл бұрын
Greetings from Brasil!
@ProcessK
@ProcessK Жыл бұрын
Thank you so much for watching. ^^ have a nice day
@dwolfe2907
@dwolfe2907 Жыл бұрын
absolutely stunning. My hands hurt just watching that process , goodness, I want to get one for my wife.
@PROProcesss
@PROProcesss Жыл бұрын
From a thick piece of metal, after so much hard work, you get a thin object. It's probably very strong and sharp 👍👍
@Ojja78
@Ojja78 Жыл бұрын
This is one of the coolest videos I've seen in a very long time. Watching the slag fall off during the twisting process was just so great. I'm not sure why, but I love seeing steel being purified under heat and a hammer. At first, I wondered how he could ever make a living doing this one knife at a time. Crafting 4 knives at once answered that question.
@Roberto-wl5jt
@Roberto-wl5jt Жыл бұрын
J
@vikyedwardnewgate1918
@vikyedwardnewgate1918 Жыл бұрын
Ydkhdkheieyeurgor
@D34dP1x3l
@D34dP1x3l Жыл бұрын
@@Roberto-wl5jt J
@davidlester6359
@davidlester6359 Жыл бұрын
@@D34dP1x3l J
@RowdyLowdy
@RowdyLowdy Жыл бұрын
Bro, you better wipe your chin.
@carlos040256
@carlos040256 Жыл бұрын
really a masterful manual operation, never seen a better blacksmith before
@sukmoshella
@sukmoshella Ай бұрын
I am also an Indonesian who can make heirloom keris using ingredients made from genuine iron and steel. Keep being creative in making art 🙏
@jenohathazi920
@jenohathazi920 Жыл бұрын
Bravo, great knife, precise and very perfect blacksmith work
@leoniousmumblescraper1311
@leoniousmumblescraper1311 Жыл бұрын
There is something very appealing about the workshop of a craftsman, no matter what they are making. A shop filled to the brim with tools and materials, cluttered but not messy, everything has a purpose.
@felixlena6984
@felixlena6984 Жыл бұрын
Una experiencia fantastica en el paso a paso de la creacion de un artista!!!
@wongkene8400
@wongkene8400 Жыл бұрын
Damaskus adalah senjata yg sangat di takuti oleh musuh" islam jaman rasulullah. Karena mampu membelah tameng lawan dgn sekali tabas
@gamerelated3887
@gamerelated3887 Ай бұрын
That was amazing! What an honor and privilege it would be to learn from someone so skilled.
@jjka7593
@jjka7593 Жыл бұрын
예전부터 김씨공방 작업영상을 몇번 봤지만 작품에 대한 감탄에 앞서 안전에 너무 무감각하게 작업하는 옛날공장 느낌을 지울수가 없네요. 산업안전보건 교육 제발 한번만 받아주셨으면
@user-Hibiki
@user-Hibiki Жыл бұрын
직원을 쓰는것도 아니고 장인이 평생동안 손에 익은 작업방식일텐데 우야겠노
@jjka7593
@jjka7593 Жыл бұрын
@@user-Hibiki 예전영상에선 직원 썼었어요. 그때도 위험하긴 마찬가지였고 이렇게 일 가르치면 젊은친구들 다 도망가겠다 생각들었었죠. 그리고 혼자일하면 자기목숨은 안중요하담니까? 법 문제를 떠나서 일단 안전이 우선인거인데 +다시 생각해보니 작업방식도 몇년사이에 많이 바꾸셨네요. 예전엔 연마과정 외에는 거의 손으로 하는 영상을 봤었는데 그때랑 비교하면 많이 기계화 됐네요
@WeatORANGE
@WeatORANGE Жыл бұрын
요즘은 안전 인식 많이 좋아졌다 하지만 작은곳들은 아직 멀었죠
@dsk8090
@dsk8090 Жыл бұрын
싱고해라 임마
@6Sally5
@6Sally5 Жыл бұрын
So much respect for this master craftsman! Incredible workmanship.
@ronaldshepherd5992
@ronaldshepherd5992 6 ай бұрын
How many times can you fold Steele?
@CowboysBR
@CowboysBR 7 ай бұрын
Que padrão de damasco lindo, cara, perfeito! ❤️🔥⚒️
@user-zl4vk1pd3k
@user-zl4vk1pd3k 2 ай бұрын
انها دمشق يالسادة
@allmight7792
@allmight7792 5 ай бұрын
I admire masters of all fields. The process of making a great knife is really interesting.
@bliksemdonder5624
@bliksemdonder5624 Жыл бұрын
The passion of the maker is evident. Turning pieces of steel sheet into a functional artistic piece is priceless in terms of satisfaction.
@frederickglass1583
@frederickglass1583 Жыл бұрын
This guy must get YUGE discounts on bulk Borax lol
@user-or7is1tl3p
@user-or7is1tl3p Жыл бұрын
functional : coitus frictional
@frederickglass1583
@frederickglass1583 Жыл бұрын
@@user-or7is1tl3p wait WUT?
@user-or7is1tl3p
@user-or7is1tl3p Жыл бұрын
@@frederickglass1583 wait WUT : not qood
@davidg2122
@davidg2122 Жыл бұрын
I have great respect for people who make things with their own hands. Especially things that take so much time and attention to create
@davidg2122
@davidg2122 Жыл бұрын
@NOA Nebois Obviously there are varying degrees of expertise. I've seen video of Japanese Craftsman making katana using primitive tools and techniques. Use of heavy machinery does not negate the skill that this man has.
@BlueHawkPictures17
@BlueHawkPictures17 Жыл бұрын
@NOA Nebois if you aren't using modern tools that can save you days of work you are either poor or stupid
@carlnikolov
@carlnikolov Жыл бұрын
Touche
@Kyle97x
@Kyle97x Жыл бұрын
@@noanebois5414 holy shit there's elitism in knife making too??
@Bilalyavuzz
@Bilalyavuzz Жыл бұрын
what's the white stuff he spills?
@pineapple8992
@pineapple8992 10 ай бұрын
Such clean work, the billet assembly and welds, brushing, and that crazy fast power hammer.
@qaaidmesias3342
@qaaidmesias3342 8 ай бұрын
Respect to you for the magnificent creation, Master.
@user-ch5wx1hn4s
@user-ch5wx1hn4s Жыл бұрын
가스통 옆에있는거 신경 안쓰셔도 됩니다.. 저기 열 나는곳 입구말고는 그렇게 뜨겁지가 않거든요..
@japda_guri
@japda_guri Жыл бұрын
걱정됏는데 감사합니다😂😂😂
@kk1485
@kk1485 Жыл бұрын
2 min into this video and I’ve already accepted this process is well beyond my capabilities. This man is a master at his craft. Hats off to you, sir.
@BFaluup
@BFaluup Жыл бұрын
For sure…now I understand why Damascus steel is pricey it takes a lot of skill and knowledge to produce
@TopHIgnite
@TopHIgnite Жыл бұрын
@@BFaluup Damascus isn't overly complicated. Once you know the temperature capabilities of your forge and the temperature required to forge weld the particular types of steel you're working with (yes they are all different), it's just about keeping your surfaces clean and free of oxygen so it doesn't scale up, hence the flux powder. It's all technique from there
@amosicronery7730
@amosicronery7730 Жыл бұрын
He loves his work.
@realitycheck4158
@realitycheck4158 Жыл бұрын
It's not impressive at all really. And saying this is handmade is like saying my Toyota truck is handmade. 🙄
@TopHIgnite
@TopHIgnite Жыл бұрын
@Tridon Knight that white powder is flux. In this case it's probably Borax as that is what is most commonly used and readily available in the cleaning supplies section of most supermarkets. The short version is that the boric acid coats the steel and prevents oxidation to keep forge scale from forming between the planes that you are trying to fuse together. Forge scale will prevent a forge weld from bonding.
@salvadptecnico
@salvadptecnico 8 ай бұрын
Enhorabuena por un trabajo tan bien hecho,
@karl-emil85
@karl-emil85 5 ай бұрын
My uncle taught me this when I was young. But we did everything and I mean everything by hand, making the edge, hammering, shaping, sharpening with a stone. A lot of fun, definitely a recommendation.😊
@ALPHABOXERS
@ALPHABOXERS 4 ай бұрын
Respect for you!! By the way, could you say what kind of salt it’s used in the video?
@thomaslacy8578
@thomaslacy8578 4 ай бұрын
⁠borax flux
@MarkedRune
@MarkedRune Жыл бұрын
I hold a lot of respect for the guy making the knife. If you are reading this bro, and you made those knives, here you go, you dropped it 👑
@estebanrodz11
@estebanrodz11 Жыл бұрын
Definitivamente el nivel de conocimiento y dedicacion es increible. Ademas esto se considera un arte. Definitivamente el profecional o la persona que obtenga estas piezas o cuchillo deberia pagar mucho por que el tiempo dedicado fue mucho. Lo cual los vale.
@pedroomargualdoni8413
@pedroomargualdoni8413 Ай бұрын
Lo que vale usar maza, vigornia, fragua, templado al agua cianurada o salada o aceite. afilado con amoladora manual al agua o piedra.
@jamesfranklyn8547
@jamesfranklyn8547 4 ай бұрын
Exquisite xx a work of art. It is such a pleasure to be able to watch the process and learn from the videos, thank you xx
@Hommer94
@Hommer94 Жыл бұрын
You almost squeeze out all the black rust and with that much bonding agent, it must be extremely sharp. I don't know much about blacksmithing but it really looks exquisite.
@mastersfactory2
@mastersfactory2 Жыл бұрын
칼을 만드는 과정이 신기하네요. 좋은 영상 잘보고 갑니다.
@mustafa.06
@mustafa.06 Жыл бұрын
the most beautiful damascus steel knife i have ever seen. incredible
@ZAZIE-gt7pe
@ZAZIE-gt7pe 8 ай бұрын
耐心的看完了,非常的精彩👍😊
@yangg4629
@yangg4629 Жыл бұрын
It reminds me of making puff pastry but with steel. No wonder Damascus knife has such interesting contour!
@cool-be1wp
@cool-be1wp Жыл бұрын
진정한 k장인 이십니다. 대단하다는 말 밖에는 안나오네요.
@user-xf3tg9cz8d
@user-xf3tg9cz8d 11 ай бұрын
Просто класс, аж завораживает😮 очень не лёгкий труд!!
@007qantas
@007qantas Жыл бұрын
Thanks for the video, truly remarkable. I have a modest collection of knives but only one with a damascus blade. Seeing how they are made blows me away. The amount of time and effort that goes into making these blades is jaw dropping. Well worth the premium price tag.
@krashkwads4688
@krashkwads4688 Жыл бұрын
You can get a longsword shipped over from Germany for sub $200....beautiful damascus steel with herringbone handle
@aries4378
@aries4378 Жыл бұрын
The level of skill and expertise is obvious. This man knows how to build quality knives.
@Michael-iu1gv
@Michael-iu1gv Жыл бұрын
@Binary Solutions So he doesn't have the skills and knowledge of what he's doing? Isn’t what the comment was saying? Dmb az 🤡😂
@anjanathreya8306
@anjanathreya8306 Жыл бұрын
@Binary Solutions don’t shit yourself, you’re dumb ash
@davidrichter9164
@davidrichter9164 Жыл бұрын
@binarysolutions; the guy is is just admiring the guys craftsmanship. You don't have to be an a-hole about it. And what? You supposed to be god's gift to knife making.
@bionicwizard
@bionicwizard Жыл бұрын
I'm in the process of getting everything I need to start my first forge. There's a high bar for me to reach, but one day I hope I can reach even a fraction of this man's skill
@1FullyEv
@1FullyEv Жыл бұрын
Experience is the best teacher & practice makes perfect! You’ve got this
@josetjaw8161
@josetjaw8161 Жыл бұрын
I'd be interested to see a beginner's journey in acquiring and assembling first forge and learning it. Go for it!
@bionicwizard
@bionicwizard Жыл бұрын
@@josetjaw8161 I'll probably post a video with my setup once I get it working.
@lucarambaldi2731
@lucarambaldi2731 Жыл бұрын
Remember that it is not absolutely easy ... It is one thing to see a video, another is to put it into practice ... You need an Incredible Eye ... You must recognize from the Color of the Material when it is at the right temperature to be worked on otherwise you risk frustrate the whole procedure, only experience can tell you and no one else, most likely this Master that we see started this Art as a Child or Adolescent perhaps seeing His Father or another Master, I worked 20 years with a Craftsman Blacksmith and I know what I'm saying... You can NOT improvise or dabble... Before reaching this Master's level you need Years and Years of experience, otherwise you'll throw away time and money.
@bionicwizard
@bionicwizard Жыл бұрын
@@lucarambaldi2731 don't worry I've got some experience under my belt already.
@CompostelaTrailVibes
@CompostelaTrailVibes 6 ай бұрын
This knife is awesome...where we can buy this kind of hand made knife???I actually love this knife big salute to the craftsman ❤
@blade.masterz8299
@blade.masterz8299 18 күн бұрын
Hi Brother.. Do you like Quality Damascus steel knifes with very economical prices too.. Just leave me a massage.. I promise you you will amaze with my work and creations
@user-rs3ls9km7r
@user-rs3ls9km7r 3 ай бұрын
素晴らしい技巧です。剣の美しさは国境を超える。日本の職人の一員としてこの方に敬意を表します。
@janioaleixodefrancaaleixo2954
@janioaleixodefrancaaleixo2954 Жыл бұрын
Parabéns pela habilidade na fabricação desta linda faca! Espero um dia adquirir uma dessas pra mim... 👏👏👏 Jânio Aleixo - Jaboatão dos Guararapes - PE Brasil
@user-qt8zt3zv9h
@user-qt8zt3zv9h Жыл бұрын
이 칼로 뭐하게? 브라질이야? 수상한데
@user-py9kz7pi5d
@user-py9kz7pi5d Жыл бұрын
기계한테는 힘만 빌렸을 뿐 칼이 만들어지고 완성되어 가는 과정엔 고스란히 장인의 기술과 열정이 담겨있네요
@silvanopasquini7431
@silvanopasquini7431 Жыл бұрын
Mi a incuriosito vedere la costruzione del Coltello,; da un Artegiano di Valore, Il suo estro,la sua capacità i suoi movimenti rapidi,veloci,senza Titubanza, da Una fusione incandescente Trarne fuori un Coltello Stupendo; che Andrà a Finire Nelle Mani di un; Forse un Cuoco? Forse un Macellaio; che lo Usera' per servire I suoi Clienti,;!? Non immaginado Lontanamente che Quel Capolavoro; Era stato Fatto da Una persona Semplice e senza titoli di studio.(Solamente la scuola Dell' Obbligo. Poi Affidato ad un altro artigiano,ed era diventato un Forgiatore, Imparando Ad altri, cio' che lui Aveva Appreso.Salendola scala della Vita..... E via via,;!? Fino A diventare un MAESTRO del suo LAVORO. Cosicché,Tutta Quella Trafila era dal Ragazzo si traduceva;!? In Scolaro, Apprendista,Operaio Qualificato,Operaio Specializzato, Ed infine Maestro. Anche io Ho fatto Quella Trafila,;! Differente lavoro,: da una Barra Trafilata, Quadrata, 25x25,millimetri Lunga 10 cm ne ricavavo utensili per Tornio, Fresa, Limatrice,,Alesatrice,: Ossia tutte le macchine Utensili che si trovano dentro Una Officina. L' officina dove Ho cominciato la mia vita da Apprendista Su' Su' Fino a Diventare Maestro di Costruttore di Utensili, il mio Maestro mi propose Alla Direzione Come Maestro Specializzato. Cio' comporto', oltre All' Ambito Titolo,':!? Anche Lo Stipendio. Tutta Questa Trafila, Duro' Cinque Anni. Poi, volli Conoscere il Mondo. Rimanevano incantati vedermi Lavorare. Ho sempre Anteposto il mio Sapere,; Alle persone che mi Avevano Insegnato.Giustamente. Il Perche'? Non sono Nato, Sapendo! Ho portato con me il mio Sapere. Il mio girovagare e' durato:17 Anni. Ora Sono vecchio.Mi metto a Dormire. Buona Notte.
@honshin23
@honshin23 Жыл бұрын
요즘은 다 전기 망치로 두둘김... 안그럼 혼자서 공장 운영 할수가 없음.
@maklin8502
@maklin8502 11 ай бұрын
Мастер !!! Сделано с любовью
@user-ce6bf5ob1s
@user-ce6bf5ob1s 4 ай бұрын
Professional maturity and top craftsmanship! Respect!
@user-cl9nq3zm4w
@user-cl9nq3zm4w Жыл бұрын
이분 동영상 몇번 봤는데 전에비해 굉장히 현대적으로 바뀌셨네요 장비의 도움을 많이 받으시네요 전에보다 훨씬 작업이 수월해 진듯요 그래도 엄청힘드시겠지만요!!
@offtherip3198
@offtherip3198 Жыл бұрын
I don’t blame him, a long process even with hydraulic presses. I could not imagine how long it would take to complete with a hammer lol
@cowboyrlf
@cowboyrlf Жыл бұрын
Absolute beauty, this was a very enjoyable video. An absolute master at work.
@valdirxavier6355
@valdirxavier6355 4 ай бұрын
Belo trabalho Senhor.👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼🇧🇷
@kes1111111
@kes1111111 8 ай бұрын
칼 만드는 과정이... 멋지십니다!!!
@mangoMango-ck3et
@mangoMango-ck3et Жыл бұрын
amazing process to make a knife,,excellent craftsmanship ..great video,,,
@user-pc7hg1wc3l
@user-pc7hg1wc3l Жыл бұрын
すごい、自分は初めてこういう動画を見たけどそれでもこの人はすごいとわかった
@KitchenChaosUnlocked
@KitchenChaosUnlocked Ай бұрын
That's some incredibly amazing craftsmanship, Excellent work, sir! Chef John
@antonioberinguy2422
@antonioberinguy2422 10 ай бұрын
Uma obra de arte 🇧🇷
@user-ig8xy2se7q
@user-ig8xy2se7q Жыл бұрын
와우 다마스커스 영상 꽤본거같은데 베스트다.. 가장 효율적으로 작업하시고.. 중간에 노하우인듯한 장면이 있었는데 바로편집.. 역시는 역시였다!
@sukkong_kim
@sukkong_kim Жыл бұрын
안녕하세요 혹시 어떤 장면인지 알려주실 수 있나요?
@rrs9614
@rrs9614 Жыл бұрын
Impresionante puro arte y belleza … quien pudiera tener uno de esos !! Autentico , no imitaciones
@TexasGreed
@TexasGreed Жыл бұрын
This is amazing what a talent. In the days when edged weapons were still king these master smiths and artisans must have been famous in their regions.
@oswaldobalieirojunior3401
@oswaldobalieirojunior3401 8 ай бұрын
Nobre mestre , nobre arte
@shea.marie88
@shea.marie88 Күн бұрын
Damascus blades are always breathtaking!!
@THEBULLETPROOFGARAGE
@THEBULLETPROOFGARAGE Жыл бұрын
What incredible craftsmanship! Would have been awesome to go see him in action when I was stationed in Korea!!!
@hmprocess
@hmprocess Жыл бұрын
진정한 수제칼 장인이시네요^^ 영상 잘봤습니다.
@ap1986
@ap1986 10 ай бұрын
It truly was an honor to watch you work
@wtvdam
@wtvdam 2 ай бұрын
Beautiful work and craftsmanship 😀.
@user-hotwing0938
@user-hotwing0938 Жыл бұрын
묵묵히 작업하는 등에서 경험과 정성이 느껴진다...
@RobDuggan
@RobDuggan Жыл бұрын
The perfect video. No fluff, no annoying commentary.... Just a master doing his craft perfectly. Awesome.
@soulstunner
@soulstunner 4 ай бұрын
Such a beautiful piece of work. I wouldn't know whether to use it or put it on display
@cameronburch3532
@cameronburch3532 Жыл бұрын
This was absolutely beautiful to watch! You are a true artist 👏
@me-jd5cp
@me-jd5cp Жыл бұрын
하나 주문해서 사용하세요
@kyleramirez5614
@kyleramirez5614 Жыл бұрын
This makes me respect the blacksmiths of the past that didn't have any of these technologies a lot more. Must've taken days to weeks.
@maigepresents5840
@maigepresents5840 10 ай бұрын
Power hammers have been around in China since about 200BC fella... hardly new technology
@nayaaudira3351
@nayaaudira3351 29 күн бұрын
Nonton sampai selesai abis penasaran pingin liat hasilnya pas liat hasilnya puas mantap semoga sukses slalu
@gregoryh4601
@gregoryh4601 3 ай бұрын
What a Awesome work of Art and beautiful cutting knives
@muhammedgeyik6590
@muhammedgeyik6590 Жыл бұрын
İlk kez bu kadar emekle dövülmüş bicak gördüm elinize sağlık 👍
@didiercauuet8728
@didiercauuet8728 Жыл бұрын
je n'ai pas de mots !!! Merci l'artiste !!!
@Tdub0911
@Tdub0911 Ай бұрын
I'm always blown away and wonder how the first people to do this figured out the exact components and steps (heat shunks, pount, cut & fold, reheat, pound, etc etc etc) to use in order to make these things or anything else for that fact (preparing foods with multiple steps, etc). Amazing.
@dambidam
@dambidam 8 ай бұрын
영상 잘봤습니다~ 엄청난 과정 과정이 정말 장인이란 말이 어울리네요. 다만 이 긴 영상속에 손잡이 까지 완성된 영상이 1초 정도 밖에 안보이네요. 다음부터는 완성된 칼을 손잡이부터 온전히 화면에 담아주세요~
@geraldonazarenoramos5163
@geraldonazarenoramos5163 Жыл бұрын
SHOW DE BOLA, PARABÉNS.
@robertbragg9364
@robertbragg9364 Жыл бұрын
The quality of metal is unreal! The amount of sparks coming off when grinding makes that apparent. He's absolutely amazing. That twisting process and the way he cleans the impurities after every step is amazing. This type of quality rarely exists today, and in another 50 to 100 years, it'll be all but gone. Congratulations on being one of the best in the world at your craft.
@2020tuber
@2020tuber Жыл бұрын
I think there is room for improvement for removing the impurities. When he initially added the sheets before the clamping to weld, it should be done then.
@Asrudin
@Asrudin Жыл бұрын
For handforged steel sure, but the unfortunate fact remains that factory produced steel is simply superior (if the right considerations are made on the type of steel). Ofcourse you dont get the damascus patterns then and there certainly is something cool about stuff being handmade, it will always be inferior to perfectly made factory steel where the only important thing left is deciding on the right type of steel for the right job. I'm personally quite saddened by that fact.
@forbiddenalien833
@forbiddenalien833 Жыл бұрын
hello may I ask what the white powder that he sprinkled on top of it is? and what the purpose of it is?
@Asrudin
@Asrudin Жыл бұрын
@@forbiddenalien833 Borax I would assume. Or whatever else he uses for flux. Prolly borax.
@forbiddenalien833
@forbiddenalien833 Жыл бұрын
@@Asrudin ah okay thank you my good sir
@Julios-dx3qn
@Julios-dx3qn 4 ай бұрын
É un opera d'Arte ! Solamente una grande passione e conoscenza, possono avere risultati di questo livello. Grazie per questo video
@Black-mage
@Black-mage Ай бұрын
beautiful art ! what a master at work!
@user-cf1lo2pz5p
@user-cf1lo2pz5p Жыл бұрын
Работа мастера!
@antonello35171
@antonello35171 Жыл бұрын
Bravo, bravo, bravo. Complimenti. Ha creato un'opera d'arte
@oneshotme
@oneshotme Жыл бұрын
Beautiful knife!!! Very glad he is doing a full tang!! Enjoyed your video and I gave it a Thumbs Up for the support of your channel
@MrHugo9397
@MrHugo9397 Жыл бұрын
It's not a full Tang though
@oneshotme
@oneshotme Жыл бұрын
@@MrHugo9397 I know but it's still a lot more of one than they have most of the time
@jinoh7418
@jinoh7418 Жыл бұрын
It's actually a rat tail tang.
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