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Milled bars of 3.05 mm, this thickness allows you to avoid grinding and is particularly suitable for the manufacture of folding knife blades which...
Milled bars of 3.05 mm, this thickness allows you to avoid grinding and is particularly suitable for the manufacture of folding knife blades which are most often made with 3 mm thick springs.
Quenching temperature: 1050 ° C
Bar width: 26 mm
The Bifröst is part of Norse mythology. It's a rainbow-colored bridge linking Midgard (earth) to Asgard (the kingdom of the gods). The guardian of the Bifröst is Heimdall.
Throughout history, Damascus steel has always been associated with the manufacture of cutting tools, knives and swords. DAMASTEEL® has been able to expand its range of stainless Damascus steels (registered models). The only limit of use of Damasteel® steels is your imagination! For example, here are some areas where Damasteel® has serious references: cutlery, armory, watchmaking, jewelry, blacksmithing, golf clubs.
Bifröst is a term from Norse mythology. It refers to a rainbow bridge linking the realm of the gods, Asgard, to Earth, Midgard. It is a symbol of the connection between worlds and the passage between the divine and the human. According to legend, Bifröst is fragile and will burn at Ragnarök, the end of the world. Nevertheless, it remains an emblematic element of the Nordic universe, representing hope and exchange between the different spheres of reality.