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WILD handmade knife by master Fomenko Knifes. Steel - laminate forged 66-68 HRC
WILD handmade knife by master Fomenko Knifes. Steel - laminate forged 66-68 HRC
WILD handmade knife by master Fomenko Knifes. Steel - laminate forged 66-68 HRC
WILD handmade knife by master Fomenko Knifes. Steel - laminate forged 66-68 HRC
WILD handmade knife by master Fomenko Knifes. Steel - laminate forged 66-68 HRC
WILD handmade knife by master Fomenko Knifes. Steel - laminate forged 66-68 HRC
WILD handmade knife by master Fomenko Knifes. Steel - laminate forged 66-68 HRC
WILD handmade knife by master Fomenko Knifes. Steel - laminate forged 66-68 HRC
WILD handmade knife by master Fomenko Knifes. Steel - laminate forged 66-68 HRC
WILD handmade knife by master Fomenko Knifes. Steel - laminate forged 66-68 HRC
WILD handmade knife by master Fomenko Knifes. Steel - laminate forged 66-68 HRC
WILD handmade knife by master Fomenko Knifes. Steel - laminate forged 66-68 HRC
WILD handmade knife by master Fomenko Knifes. Steel - laminate forged 66-68 HRC
WILD handmade knife by master Fomenko Knifes. Steel - laminate forged 66-68 HRC
WILD handmade knife by master Fomenko Knifes. Steel - laminate forged 66-68 HRC
WILD handmade knife by master Fomenko Knifes. Steel - laminate forged 66-68 HRC
WILD handmade knife by master Fomenko Knifes. Steel - laminate forged 66-68 HRC

WILD handmade knife by master Fomenko Knifes. Steel - laminate forged 66-68 HRC

Загальна довжина клинка mm: 278±05 mm
Матеріал леза Blade - steel Laminate by Serafim Hlubish TCO at 66-68 HRC - Laminated steel, laminate, laminated steel are the names of the composite material (steel) used for knife blades. Actually, the term "laminate" comes from the Latin lamina (sheet, plate)
Твердість клинка (метал): Hardness - 66-68 HRC
Матеріал руків'я: Bolster and back rest titanium, micarta, Carbon.
Довжина леза 150±05 mm
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The name of the knife: WILD handmade knife by master Fomenko Knifes. Steel - laminate forged 66-68 HRC
Knife type: Fixed blade
Brand: Studio of exclusive handmade knives ANDROSHCHUK KNIVES 


Steel brand: Blade - steel Laminate by Serafim Hlubish TCO at 66-68 HRC - Laminated steel, laminate, laminated steel are the names of the composite material (steel) used for knife blades. Actually, the term "laminate" comes from the Latin lamina (sheet, plate)
Steel sheet: One-piece, through-mounting on screed and resin
Blade sharpening angle: Sharpened at 32-33 degrees
Descents: Direct
Reduction: 0.1-0.2 mm
Blade hardness: 66-68 HRC
Overall length: 278mm
Blade length: 150mm
Blade width: 20mm
Blade thickness: 4.0 mm
Handle length: 128 mm
Handle thickness: 20mm
Grinding of the blade: Finish - longitudinal hand satin
Bolster and back material: Titanium
Handle material: Bolster and back rest titanium, micarta, Carbon.
Handle color: Gray
Handle Impregnation: None
Covering the handle: Grinding
Hole for a shoelace (for a lanyard): Yes
Temlyak: Absent.
Scabbard: 4.0mm Italian genuine calfskin vegetable tanned calf leather, finished with water-repellent finish and impregnated with protective solutions, hand-stitched with waxed thread. Manual embossing of the invoice. Free suspension and belt suspension.



 

Model: WILD handmade knife by master Fomenko Knifes. Steel - laminate forged 66-68 HRC
Model number: 063
Country of birth: Ukraine
Craftsman: Master Oleksandr Fomenko (Fomenko Knifes), Chuhuyiv, Ukraine Studio of exclusive handmade knives FOMENKO KNIFES
Best use: Multi-purpose: hunting, fishing, cutting, slicing, etc
Knife condition: new
The price is indicated with the sheath.

 


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Our products are intended for legal use only by responsible buyers. We will not sell our products to anyone under the age of 18.


Availability changes regularly, upon confirmation of your order, we will inform you about the availability or when the product will be ready. The product may differ slightly from the one shown in the photo.


Laminate from Serafim Hlubish TCO

Laminate by Serafim Hlubish TCO at 66-68 HRC - Laminated steel, laminate, laminated steel are the names of the composite material (steel) used for knife blades. Actually, the term "laminate" comes from the Latin lamina (sheet, plate)


Well, you can buy a knife made of Knife steel CPM-S90V. Composition and properties. on our website knife.net.ua or by contacting us by phone +380961711010

It is worth remembering that when using a knife for its intended purpose and with careful handling, the knife will serve you for a very, very long time.

 


CARBON - KNIFE HANDLES FROM THIS PREMIUM MATERIAL


One of the most prestigious and expensive materials for knife handles, in addition to titanium and expensive woods, is a type of carbon fiber, the so-called "carbon". The material is valued for its exceptional lightness, strength and aesthetic beauty.


Carbon (from the English carbon - carbon) is a polymer material with a composite composition, made from interlaced carbon fiber filaments (carbon fibers). These threads are made using epoxy resins. Average material density from 1450 kg/m³ to 2000 kg/m³. The main difference between carbon fiber and other polymers used in the manufacture of knives is its very low weight. It is the weight combined with exceptional strength that gives carbon an advantage over other handle materials: G10 polymer, Micarta, FRN plastic, etc. At the same time, carbon fiber surpasses structural steels in terms of specific strength characteristics. The main qualities of carbon are: high tensile strength, resistance to high temperatures, aggressive environments, slight expansion when heated, high electrical conductivity. Another important feature of carbon fiber is its natural black color obtained during production, which gives it a noble and elite appearance.

 

The basis of the material is carbon fiber threads, with an average thickness of 0.005-0.010 mm in diameter. Carbon fibers are made through a complex heat treatment process. The main fiber (polyacryl, viscose) is initially oxidized in air at 250°C for 24 hours. As a result of oxidation, ladder structures are formed (polymers whose macromolecules are crosslinked in pairs by regular chemical bonds). Then carbonization takes place (the process of enriching the filaments with carbon), which takes place when the fiber is heated in nitrogen or argon at temperatures from 800 to 1500 °C. As a result of carbonization, graphite-like structures (allotropic modifications of carbon) are formed. The heat treatment process ends with graphitization (the formation of graphite in materials in which carbon is contained in a dissolved state or in the form of carbides), it takes place at a temperature of 1600-3000 ° C, in an inert environment. As a result of graphitization, the amount of carbon in the fiber is brought to 99%. In addition to conventional organic fibers, special fibers from phenolic resins, lignin, coal and petroleum pitches can be used to produce carbon filaments.

 

Carbon fabrics, in turn, are obtained by weaving threads or ribbons. In the production of these threads, carbon roving is taken as the basis - a bundle of thin continuous carbon fiber filaments with a thickness of 3 microns, formed by carbon atoms. After interlacing, they form a carbon fiber frame. The amount of carbon fiber in a thread is estimated by the number "K" - the number of thousands of elementary carbon fibers. The thinnest and most expensive carbon fiber is 1K, the most common carbon fiber is 3K, there are also carbon fiber threads with K \u003d 6, 12, 24, 48. Fabric made from threads can have a variety of weaving patterns (herringbone, matting, twill weaving, etc.). To give even greater strength to the fabric, carbon threads are laid in layers, each time changing the angle of the direction of weaving. The layers are held together with epoxy resins. This structure of carbon makes it possible to reinforce the fiber with additional elements that strengthen its structure and give it different colors and surface textures. These materials can be various threads, sequins, polymeric materials of different colors.

The main methods for manufacturing carbon plates are:

Pressing, in which the fabric is lined in a form, previously lubricated with a so-called release agent, designed to reduce the adhesion of surfaces to each other. They can be soap, wax, etc. The fabric is then impregnated with resin and the excess is removed under vacuum (vacuum molding) or under pressure. After polymerization of the resin, the product takes on a finished look.

Vacuum infusion allows you to create a laminated bag by superimposing layers of tissue on top of each other and vacuum is applied under the layers. Then, a binder is fed through the valve and, under the action of vacuum, it fills the voids and impregnates the carbon fabric.

Vacuum forming is the bonding of layers at high temperatures and then exposure to vacuum to form the volume of the product. This method is one of the cheapest.

Winding method, which consists in winding the impregnated roving on a pre-prepared form. After winding the required number of layers, the mold with the wound fabric is placed in a heating oven and polymerized.

The SMC/BMC method consists of placing the fabric in a mold heated to operating temperature. The mold closes, as a result of which, under pressure, the material spreads into the mold cavity and hardens. At the end of the cycle, the product is removed from the molds us, and its final machining and coloring is carried out.

 

 Carbon fiber is used in various fields. In particular, in aircraft and rocket building, in the production of body parts for cars and motorcycles, household appliances and high-tech research instruments. And for about 20 years, carbon fiber has been widely used in the manufacture of knife handles in the middle and premium segments. At the same time, on folding knives, carbon can be both in the form of overlays on steel liners, and in the form of the only material of the handle, fixed with screws through the bonks.

The carbon used for the manufacture of knives, in addition to its main strength characteristics, must also have a fairly attractive appearance. It is this factor that increases its cost, complicating the production technology and requiring the highest quality raw materials. For sizing the layers, the most expensive and high-quality resins are used, and more expensive equipment, in particular chemical reactors (autoclaves). In addition, the carbon fiber is sandblasted to improve hand grip, which also increases production costs. It must also be remembered that working with carbon requires mandatory respiratory protection and special rooms with good ventilation, and this also leads to an increase in price.

The color palette and texture of carbon used on knives can be varied. Among the varieties of carbon are used:

Mosaic carbon, which can be both plain and multi-colored. Such carbon is used for radius spacers on knives with complex multi-section handles. Several dyeing technologies can be used in this carbon.

Marble carbon is a chaotic interlacing of carbon fibers, each of which reflects light differently, which makes it possible to shine from different viewing angles.

Carbon Lightning Strike ("lightning strike") with a copper thread in the form of a grid woven into carbon fabric throughout its volume. Outwardly similar to that used in the fuselages of American aircraft to protect against lightning strikes. This is a thin carbon, 3.2 mm thick twill weave. It has a deep and bright pattern.

 

Like any expensive, and at the same time difficult to manufacture material, carbon has a number of disadvantages. In the production of carbon fiber plastics, it is necessary to strictly adhere to the technological parameters, in violation of which the strength properties of products are sharply reduced. To control the quality of products, ultrasonic flaw detection, X-ray and optical holography, as well as acoustic testing can be used. Without them, the manufacturer works “by touch” and may not notice hidden defects. Another serious drawback of CFRPs is their low impact resistance. It is also necessary to remember that carbon fades over time and can significantly lose its main advantage - an attractive appearance. However, despite these shortcomings, carbon is rightfully the premium material for the best knives.


WHAT ARE MICARTA AND G10 AND HOW THESE COMPOSITE MATERIALS DIFFER FROM EACH OTHER

For decades, Micarta and G10 composite materials have been undisputed leaders in the knife industry, in particular for the production of handles of various complexity. The materials are distinguished by their availability, ease of production and processing, as well as high strength, wear resistance and unpretentiousness in maintenance. Both materials are composite, based on polymer resin, which is supplemented with layers of different types of captive fabric.

Micarta-G10-Composite-materials-photo-2

Micarta material is an electrical insulating material consisting of a polymer film (based on cresolaldehyde, phenolaldehyde, xylenolaldehyde resin, or resin from a mixture of phenolic raw materials). It is glued with the help of various electrically insulating papers, fabric (mainly linen of natural or artificial origin), or other materials of a similar structure, there are also options made of fiberglass and carbon fiber. The color of the material depends on the resin and fabric base used for gluing. Micarta is a relatively soft material and requires careful manual processing. Therefore, it is used in the production of handles for more expensive knives.

Micart is registered as a trademark of the American company Industrial Laminates / Norplex, Inc. (Norplex-Micarta). Its domestic analogue can be considered a material called "Getinax", which is mainly used as a basis for printed circuit boards. The material also has a sheet pressed structure, which consists of a paper base with the addition of phenolaldehyde or epoxy resin impregnation.


Linen-based micarta has a more attractive optical effect when sanding the fibers. After grinding, the surface can be polished or sandblasted. In the first option, the surface of the material will be smooth, silky, warm and pleasant to the touch. And in the second, the material becomes rough and has a matte shade, besides, it is securely held in the hand and does not slip.

Main characteristics of Micarta:

increased water resistance;
excellent resistance to temperature changes;
strength to mechanical processing;
dense structure that does not absorb odors;
the micro-relief of the material does not slip in the hand even when the surface is wet;
tight fit to the blade, which leaves no gaps at all and prevents food residues and harmful microorganisms from accumulating.
G10 material is a light, hard and fairly stiff composite material with a textured surface, which is mainly used in the manufacture of handles of both folding pocket knives and knives with a fixed blade. This material is created by placing several layers of fiberglass, thoroughly impregnated with epoxy resin, in a special vacuum press, where, under the influence of compression and heat, the resin finally hardens, preserving the structure of the fiberglass.

The G10 material is characterized by good impact resistance, wear resistance, moisture resistance, as well as ease of processing and maintenance. The material can be painted in different colors, including in layers. The surface of G10 can also be polished to a glossy state, or have a rough anti-slip structure, under the influence of a grinding machine or sandblasting.

Key features of the G10:

high stability of basic properties during temperature fluctuations;
withstands high shock loads, compressive and tensile loads;
high overall hydrophobicity and resistance to chemicals;
weighs relatively little, in relation to the overall strength and density;
low electrical conductivity;
can take different forms.
Composite materials G10 and Micarta have almost the same composition and external similarity. At the same time, the G10 material has higher fire resistance, although it is not a non-flammable material, it has higher compressive, bending, impact and tear strength, and it is also simpler and more economical to manufacture. At the same time, G10 is inferior in terms of "stickiness" in wet conditions, and also, tactilely, it feels less "natural".


WHAT ARE MICARTA AND G10 AND HOW THESE COMPOSITE MATERIALS DIFFER FROM EACH OTHER

For decades, Micarta and G10 composite materials have been undisputed leaders in the knife industry, in particular for the production of handles of various complexity. The materials are distinguished by their availability, ease of production and processing, as well as high strength, wear resistance and unpretentiousness in maintenance. Both materials are composite, based on polymer resin, which is supplemented with layers of different types of captive fabric.

Micarta-G10-Сomposite-materials-photo-2

Micarta material is an electrical insulating material consisting of a polymer film (based on cresolaldehyde, phenolaldehyde, xylenolaldehyde resin, or resin from a mixture of phenolic raw materials). It is glued with the help of various electrically insulating papers, fabric (mainly linen of natural or artificial origin), or other materials of a similar structure, there are also options made of fiberglass and carbon fiber. The color of the material depends on the resin and fabric base used for gluing. Micarta is a relatively soft material and requires careful manual handling. Therefore, it is used in the production of handles for more expensive knives.

Micart is registered as a trademark of the American company Industrial Laminates / Norplex, Inc. (Norplex-Micarta). Its domestic analogue can be considered a material called "Getinax", which is mainly used as a basis for printed circuit boards. The material also has a sheet pressed structure, which consists of a paper base with the addition of phenolaldehyde or epoxy resin impregnation.


Linen-based micarta has a more attractive optical effect when sanding the fibers. After grinding, the surface can be polished or sandblasted. In the first option, the surface of the material will be smooth, silky, warm and pleasant to the touch. And in the second, the material becomes rough and has a matte shade, besides, it is securely held in the hand and does not slip.

Main characteristics of Micarta:

  • increased water resistance;
  • excellent resistance to temperature changes;
  • strength to mechanical processing;
  • dense structure that does not absorb odors;
  • the micro-relief of the material does not slip in the hand even when the surface is wet;
  • tight fit to the blade, which leaves no gaps at all and prevents food residues and harmful microorganisms from accumulating.

G10 material is a light, hard and fairly stiff composite material with a textured surface, which is mainly used in the manufacture of handles of both folding pocket knives and knives with a fixed blade. This material is created by placing several layers of fiberglass, thoroughly impregnated with epoxy resin, in a special vacuum press, where, under the influence of compression and heat, the resin finally hardens, preserving the structure of the fiberglass.

The G10 material is characterized by good impact resistance, wear resistance, moisture resistance, as well as ease of processing and maintenance. The material can be painted in different colors, including in layers. The surface of G10 can also be polished to a glossy state, or have a rough anti-slip structure, under the influence of a grinding machine or sandblasting.

Key features of the G10:

  • high stability of basic properties during temperature fluctuations;
  • withstands high shock loads, compressive and tensile loads;
  • high overall hydrophobicity and resistance to chemicals;
  • weighs relatively little, in relation to the overall strength and density;
  • low electrical conductivity;
  • can take different forms.

Composite materials G10 and Micarta have almost the same composition and external similarity. At the same time, the G10 material has higher fire resistance, although it is not a non-flammable material, it has higher compressive, bending, impact and tear strength, and it is also simpler and more economical to manufacture. At the same time, G10 is inferior in terms of "stickiness" in wet conditions, and also, tactilely, it feels less "natural".


High-quality and original steel inserts are a wonderful decoration of exclusive and unique knives of the studio of exclusive  handmade knives FOMENKO KNIFES  (Ukraine), which offers to order and buy in the online store https://knife.net.ua or by phone. . +380961711010



 

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