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The blade of this knife is made of 1.2063. With its 65hrc working hardness and the high content of chromium carbides, the steel has a very good resistance to abrasive wear. In particular, the high hardness and wear resistance combined with good toughness (for a steel of this hardness) characterize this steel. The wear resistance is slightly below that of 1.2562, but the 1.2063 offers higher cutting edge stability and is easier to bring to a very high sharpness.
This knife has a complex workhorse geometry. The blade has a strong taper, which gives you a strong wedge effect on the choil, while the blade becomes slimmer and more slender towards the front. The blade has a "Walkschliff", the convexity of the blade decreases significantly towards the tip. The large blade has a high dead weight and therefore clearly supports the cut.
The blank of this blade was forged from a 60 mm thick material with a forging start temperature of 900 degrees within a heat to about 12 mm. The subsequent form forging then took place at a maximum of 790 degrees. After each heat, the blank was cooled to below 720 degrees. This process creates a very fine-grained matrix as well as very small and finely divided carbides.
|Schneidenlänge/lenght of edge:||
|Max. Klingenhöhe/max. height of the blade:||
Klingenstärke am Rücken/thickness of the blade:
|20mm vor der Spitze/20mm before the tip:||
|Grifflänge/lenght of the handle:||
48mm vor dem Griff/before the handle
1.2063, C=1,45%, Cr= 1,5%, Mn=0,6, 65hrc
|Griffmaterial/material of the handle:||
Stabilisiertes Buckeye Burl, schwarzes Fiber, Bronze, Neusilber/stabilized buckeye burl, black fiber, bronze, german silver
|Griffform/ shape of the handle:||Westlich/western|