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There are secret techniques put into the forging process, and much time and effort is spent before a blade is finished. Now, let’s take a look at how blades are made.
 
1Use of Dead Soft Iron
Use iron that has no impurities
2Preparing the Steel

The temperature in the picture is about (1000 - 1100)
If the temperature at this time is too high, the steel will become unusable.
Hammer the steel to make it stronger.

3Completion of the steel The steel is completed
4Joining Process Bury the iron into the hot steel.
5Joining Process Heat the iron (1000 - 1100) and fold it into the steel.
The bonding agent is a mixture of boric acid, iron powder, and scrap iron.
6Melting

This is a very difficult process.
It takes a person 10 years to be able to do this on their own.

One hammers (1000 - 1100) metal in one go to joining the iron and steel together. It takes a minimum of 3 years to be able to do this process.

7Completion of the External Shape
Completion of the External Shape
ڣShaping1 This process is also very difficult.
9Shaping2 2 It takes a person 10 years to be able to do this on their own.
10Shaping3 δ Forge and create the handle portion of the hatchet (nata).
11Surface Polishing 1 ɽ  
12Surface Polishing 2 ɽ̸2 Surface finishing (buffing)
13Quenching Quenching
This gives life to the blade.
How good or bad the knife will be is determined in this stage.
14Annealing ᤷ Annealing
This is to make all of the components of the blade uniform.
15Straightening ļ Remove any distortions in the straightness of the blade.
16Sharpen the edge of the knife with a water whetstone Give an edge to the blade with a water whetstone.
17Final Finishing ǽž夲 Polish the surface (final process)
Wash the blade in thinner, apply varnish, and attach handle.
 

There are secret techniques put into the forging process, and much time and effort is spent before a blade is finished. Now, let’s take a look at how blades are made.
 
1Use of Dead Soft Iron
Use iron that has no impurities
2Preparing the Steel

The temperature in the picture is about (1000 - 1100)
If the temperature at this time is too high, the steel will become unusable.
Hammer the steel to make it stronger.

3Completion of the steel The steel is completed
4Joining Process Bury the iron into the hot steel.
5Joining Process Heat the iron (1000 - 1100) and fold it into the steel.
The bonding agent is a mixture of boric acid, iron powder, and scrap iron.
6Melting

This is a very difficult process.
It takes a person 10 years to be able to do this on their own.

One hammers (1000 - 1100) metal in one go to joining the iron and steel together. It takes a minimum of 3 years to be able to do this process.

7Completion of the External Shape
Completion of the External Shape
ڣShaping1 This process is also very difficult.
9Shaping2 2 It takes a person 10 years to be able to do this on their own.
10Shaping3 δ Forge and create the handle portion of the hatchet (nata).
11Surface Polishing 1 ɽ  
12Surface Polishing 2 ɽ̸2 Surface finishing (buffing)
13Quenching Quenching
This gives life to the blade.
How good or bad the knife will be is determined in this stage.
14Annealing ᤷ Annealing
This is to make all of the components of the blade uniform.
15Straightening ļ Remove any distortions in the straightness of the blade.
16Sharpen the edge of the knife with a water whetstone Give an edge to the blade with a water whetstone.
17Final Finishing ǽž夲 Polish the surface (final process)
Wash the blade in thinner, apply varnish, and attach handle.
 
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