Crooked and hook knifesfrom steel to tool II (part two). Last blog ended with the crooked blade in the forge, so we better start here by getting it out. But first I heated the oil that will be used for quenching the blades, just up to a l...
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I was born in 68.
Educated as building Architect from the Royal Danish Academi of fine arts Copenhagen and Constructing Architect from BTH, where I later became principal.
I am now retired due to a discus prolaps in my neck, and a bad operation... wich is ofcourse not wonderful, but has given me more time to take up the wood (life is what we make it).
Now retired due to health, and this have, due to periods of strong pain some big limitations (and natural daily pauses).
And a big child...
I love to use my hands, and to see what they can do!
I draw, paint, photographs, and have a soft spot for tools (too soft).
I have a wonderful workshop now, a studio, workshop, man cave, breathing space or whatever to call it, and it brings me plenty of life.
LJ interview Nov 2011:
-- MAD F, the fanatical rhykenologist and vintage architect. Democraticwoodworking.
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Crooked and hook knifesfrom steel to tool (Part one). To get a forge was a wish of being able to make tools when I needed them, tools I would love to try and use or that I could not get.So first project was to make me a crooked knife and a m...
Blacksmithing from a woodworkers perspective #2: Forging a iron age knife - first wood working tool made
Forging a iron age knifefirst wood working tool made Will jump right in to my first blacksmith tool making project in the work shop, I decided it should be the most basic tool for a Woodworker, Lumberjack or Lumberjock – a knife. As a Dan...
Anvil standworkspace for blacksmithing After taking a blacksmithing class I realized there were no way back for me, I needed to have this possibility in my workshop, the ability to make, repurpose, restore tools for woodworking on my own, to fo...
Discarded pocket knife gets new lifenew scales from Masur birch My friend Flemming passed the shop and gave me a old pocket knife, where the scales were missing, he gave it to me with the words; ‘you can probably make something out of thi...