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posted on 19 Feb 2019 in Menus

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Photo courtesy of Patrick Zumsande.
Found in Japan. 

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  1. Algernon | 4:04 am |

    I’ll have a breast

  2. Algernon | 4:05 am |

    Do the come in pairs

  3. Droll not Troll | 4:18 am |

    Got mammary gland origin?

  4. Droll not Troll | 4:20 am |

    6% alcohol! WTF are they milking; the town drunk?

  5. Frank Burns | 6:32 am |

    White Russian sounds better.

  6. Marum | 7:13 am |

    🎶Thanks for the mammary.🎷

  7. Marum | 7:29 am |

    Drink not of the katana my son.

    The 玉鋼:たまはがね (tamahagaane) will not be to your liking.

  8. Marum | 7:46 am |

    I’d rather eat hamon rye, toasted in a Tatara.

  9. Marum | 7:52 am |

    EDIT = tamagahane.

    At this price, it’s a steal.

  10. Marum | 9:05 am |

    Ah. Wootz it matter if I spell tamagahane incorrectly? Most would not give a dam ascus , about a word they cannot pronounce. They would go to ledo instead. Especially a Vanadium.

    Anyway enough of the steel jokes. I note in the USA, the various societies make their broadswords out of the traditional – old Ford spring leaves. (5160 steel)

    Also, many wealthy Samurai had their blades forged in Toledo. In the days before modern metallurgy, you had to make do with the local ore. So Toledo ores contained Vanadium. That is why the Roman armies used Toledo blades. They were hard enough to hack through a suit of armour, yet flexible enough not to shatter.

    Actually if you want to make a really good sword or Katana, use 9260 steel. It contains 2% silicon for extra toughness.

    BTW 5160 = % of Carbon 0.60% thus 9170 = 0.70% C

    So 9260 = Fe Balance
    Si 1.80-2.20
    Mn 0.75-1.0%
    C 0.56-0.64%
    S 0.04% max
    P 0.035% max

    I hope you forge ahead.

  11. Marum | 9:21 am |

    Also. Don’t get taken aback by the Bs about how many times the steel has been folded. The difference between 32 folds and 64 folds, is one fold.

    ergo:1; 2; 4; 8; 16; 32; 64; 128.

    Anyway, why would you fold a great quality steel, produced by modern metallurgy, more than four or so times. The Japanese blacksmith
    (鍛冶 Tan’ya) folded the steel so many times because of the poor quality of the local ore. Thus they hammered the impurities out of it, while adding Carbon between the folds. (Basically, powdered charcoal)

  12. Big Fat Cat | 10:40 am |

    If you dare drinking the Mammary Gland Origin, your wife will give you the Sake Katana for the hirakiri

  13. Marum | 10:43 am |

    For instance, I make knives out of old files.

    1: I anneal them. (Soften)
    2: Hammer them out to size and thickness, basic shape etc.
    3: Do any grinding necessary, with water running on the grinding wheel. Do NOT get the steel hot.
    4: Heat to about 1200F 700C and quench in old engine-oil, or salt water.
    5: Cover blade in old oil, and heat until the oil flashes off.

    Your knife will be a bit brittle (probably) But it will hold a lovely edge. You may never buy a crappy Chinese stainless steel knife ever again. As you gain experience you can try differential hardening of your knives, (blade hard, back softer)

    Normal Rockwell hardness Rc 57 – 59.

    BTW don’t ruin your knife, if you get it hardness tested. Make the tang a few inches longer, and cut it off and send it away for testing. Logical no?

    PS. I showed a ten year old girl how to do this. ‘Tis easy. After a couple of knives, she ended up making a very hard one, with a modified tanto style point. Rc 71? (I can’t touch it with any file) She uses that as a craft knife, instead of a snap. blade knife. She final quenched it with pee. So I reckon the edge is slightly nitrided. I think she read that in one of the books I gave her, on tempering and edge-hardening. Girls are certainly as mad as boys.
    She also did the differential hardening. She covered the knife with clay, leaving the cutting edge exposed, then heated up the edge and quenched it in the urine. I sharpened it for her, with a diamond hone – it IS that hard.

    Now. I don’t advocate that you get your lady to pee on your knives. But the idea is valid, if making your own. (knives that is)

  14. Droll not Troll | 3:54 am |

    No 1 Korean company makes the yellow variety.

  15. Pete | 8:30 am |

    Ask any baby you happen to see,
    “What’s the best breast milk?”
    “Korean Makgeolli!”

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