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This is the most Hard forging i have ever done,Here is some of the Best moments of this Sword video.01:34 forging03:01 shaping05:05 hardening06:28 making handle08:16 making cross guard10:52 making pommel09:49 making handle12:31 assembling Final product
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So much goes into what you do. What an amazing job!! Well done!! :)
Not only is this piece of craft / art perfect. The video is so well made, that you can almost touch the artwork.Actually you could make one, if you dared to, just out of this video.Thank You!
Incredible Video!! Amazing Talent!!!
2:10 tremendo corte el mejor que e vistot ...... the best cut I've seen
Unbelievable! This is the definition of making do with what you have! I had my doubts when you started to forge but I stand corrected. What you accomplished with the tools you used is unreal. Well done 👏
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I was looking for this comment, there's always this comment
These blades are pretty, no doubt... They will keal! But during the strength test, it's hard to say🥲
Absolutely stunning for the amount stuff you had access to. However, there's something I think you missed and it's a small part, easy to fix. It looked like you made the handle circular. Usually, bladed weapons in general have oval handles so that one can feel the edge alignment in the hand.
@Ozbek Yilmazturk What? Dude I think I just a fatal brain aneurysm trying to read that sentence.
@Captain Pantys why you botheres by me being bothered? Being bothered a crime now?
@wade217 Lol he's a professional black smith giving friendly advice. Maybe you should quit thinking you're better than everybody else and go learn a skill.
@Jack Lol ya bro that guys weird. He's making fun of a fellow blacksmith giving helpful advice to dudes on the net.
@Ozbek Yilmazturk Oh shut up you dumbass, He's an expert talking about his craft. Why are you bothered?
the fact you made a beautiful blade with hand tools and no fancy workshop makes this sword even more special. Beautiful workmanship, elegantly simple and a timeless design.
Amazing style with limited resourcesThis is true craftsmanship
When he cleaned the thing that holds the sword from below it looked like a tiny door handle 😆😆
how much does your most expensive equipment cost and how do you come up with video ideas?
That is a masterpiece
Awesome, you need more likes
Un trabajo increíble!! He estado pensando en hacer un espada, en mi caso solo como adorno ya que no tengo tanto conocimiento del oficio de herrería, y por falta tiempo no podría trabajarla para darle tanto nivel de detalle , pero ahora me entra la duda, y justo tengo una viga de hierro de ese exacto grosor 😋😋
Looks stunning! Handle might be a bit too round, but I'm sure that a good grip helps with that.
@Brosph Brostar I know, I worded that poorly. What I meant was that good grip helps with controlling the spinning, so you'll have atleast a chance of having the blade somewhat aligned.
It's not a matter of grip. The reason a swords handle is oblong shaped is so you get more effectively align the blade with your cut. A round handle offers no tactile feedback on where the blade edge is facing.
i think this is very beautiful. i also enjoy, the semi primative proccess. i've seen the forging or making of much more complicated looking blades, but i honestly prefer this one. it's simplicity makes it beautiful
asombrada con esos trabajos tan bellos.
This is one of the coolest things I have run across on CHclip in a long time! *I just found your channel but it is incredible* 😳🤯📚🙌
sensacional; você é um artista 👍 👏👏👏
I can only imagine how sore your arm must be after flattening 1" of solid rebar, love the final product!
Rebar is actually soft, you can see how fast its moving.
Yeah couldnt help thinking that he should have drilled holes in that rail bit and bolted it down to something that didnt move
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I'm impressed. I was under the impression that rebar was always a milder steel. I have a friend who is forging a blade out of rebar. Since we were using my forge, I gave him the two-handed sledge hammer and I got to hold the steel. It still took us 2 days.
I've been hammering out knives for more than 20 years - regular rebar is soft, usually a mixture of lesser steels, it generally won't temper, will not hold an edge and rusts at the drop of a hat. This gentleman did a fantastic job hammering out a sword blade, beautiful work! Doing it the hard way too 👍 f yeah. Much better than i could do!!! That high polish is downright snazzy. 👌( If you want a real beast, forge one out of one of those coil springs! Talk about tough(!), some of my favorite blade steel but it is hard stuff. It holds a great edge, will take a good bend and spring right back but hammering out a sword will take a lot longer - when you start hammering it just looks at you, it moves slow until you flatten it out some, but man it makes a rugged, sharp blade!
Very nice job on the sword forging sir!!! You now have a new subscriber. Well done!!! That is a beautiful sword to say the least and you have shown that you don't need a bunch of fancy tools to make it happen. Just some perseverance, imagination and determination along with some scrap metal. Amazing work.
@Fasel Fasel Agreed
Also a hell of a lot of smelting and metalworking expertise + still a lot of tools.
Very beautiful! Heads up, the handle of a sword is traditionally less of a perfect cylinder, more oval in cross section, for ease of grip and control of the sword. Super cool sword though, major chops!
Great looking sword and you did an excellent job making it also!Enjoyed your video and I gave it a Thumbs Up
Great vid. Years ago i saw a 3 part saxon sword making vid and it was the best. You've come very close. Would love to see some notes on how you got this tempered. Great job!!
It looks very elegant and aesthetically pleasing! Nice work 👍
Ficou top demais 👏👏👏👏👍
Very impressive how you did a nice hollow grind with an angle grinder
the EFFORT 😬🥶🥵👏👏👏👏
This is so cool! No massive fancy forge with heavy duty equipment, just pure craftsmanship… and some power tools lol
We need more people like this guy. People like him make life a living RPG and that's what I want out of my time.
Beautiful sword, fantastically crafted!
It's so amazing, I like this sword 😍
At the end, absolutely amazing how effective it is against attacking squashes. Does it work as well against attacking killer tomatoes?
whats the composition of the carbon loss material you spread over the blade to harden it? does it matter what you cover it in?
Man that is a VERY nice hollow grind. Looks very clean
Получился хороший ланцшверт. Не знаю на счёт подходящих для меча свойств арматуры. Может лучше было использовать пружину?
Ннуу.. Скажем, пырнуть можно хорошо, но не более: арматура - штука хрупкая, даже после правильной закалки/отпуска: чугун, практически. А вот заточки, по причине хорошей твёрдости, выходят годные))
That sword is beautiful! Really nice job man.
Absolutely beautiful. I would be so proud if I made that.
🤩✌🏻Good Work, My Young Man!🤩✌🏻🤩✌🏻Try To Make One Of These Too For You To Play With!🤩✌🏻
Excelente!! Muy buen trabajo!
Amazing job! Keep going :)
very pretty. but issues are as follows 1. rebar is not harden able steel 2. clay coating is not to prevent carbon loss its to provide a differential heat treat to the edge and core of the blade giving strength to the edge and flexibility to the core. 3. tempering is not to harden the blade it is to pull hardness out of the blade in a controlled manner to give flexibility and prevent snapping. 4. while convenient a burn through on the handle material leaves gapping (caused by the burnt material) and embrittles the wood leading to possible cracking. 5. not a negative cudos on the guard and pummel they are gorgeous. all in all you made a beautiful piece and i hope you don't take anything i have said as anything other than constructive criticism. i love seeing people make blades keep at it.😊
@Marcos VILARDI Max carbon content you may find in rebar is about 0.24%, rebar needs to flex and stretch as concrete heats/cools, as such rebar that has too much carbon content will crack and induce failure in the concrete.I am sure at some point for some project high carbon content steel rebar may have been required for a very specific reason, but I highly doubt Almost Perfect Restoration has such a piece of rebar.High tensile strength rebar used where it needs to be specifically strong is around 0.2% carbon it has up to 0.35% silicon.Also as mentioned the sparks are dull.Occam's razor.1.He had a very rare specially made rebar and set his camera wrong so the sparks looked dull, which he also by accident calls IRON REBAR.2.He had a normal piece of rebar(iron as he stated) and it didn't take a heat treat and the dull sparks prove it.
Which Clay is used for coating
I'd like to add that the rest of the sword is pretty, but the wood grip with the soft leather wrapping is just bad.
As a HEMA practicer, I wanna add that such parameters as a balance are EXTREMELY important. This sword will not work as a sword even if it's hardened well. And even if balance is OK, other EXTREMELY important parameter is the physics of vibration of a sword. With this one your hands will be completely destroyed by vibrations during the blows and cuts
The title of the video says "Iron rebar"
Ficou maravilhosa 👏👏👏👏👏👏
Challenging project, great result there. Congratulations.
Very useful! I really enjoy watching your channel! Hope that it will develop strikingly in the future!
another fantastic creation. That's very impressive
Wonderful work hope for more sword videos and what do you do with the finished product
Amazing work, nice sword
Gorgeous, fantastic value, great work. I'm impressed. "Forged in Fire" at home ;-) Would love to do it too. thanks for the good video!
Eres increíble hermano 👍🏻Saludos desde 🇦🇷💚😄
Nice work with minimum tools. I am curious about the tempering
love how strongly this feels of indie forgework. no power hammer, no fancy tongs, just a guy with a hole in the ground, an iron brick, and a hammer.
The sword you made is totally giving me Highlander vibes. A beautiful sword.
Honestly I love that you and other guys are doing this. Making stuff out of old metals etc. Literally if you didnt recycle these theyd just be left to sit there. Props brother!
GREAT VID!!THANK YOU FOR YOUR HARD WORK!!
Super impressive! Wonder how much it weighs 🤔
I was skeptical at first but wow amazing craftsmanship for sure
Beautiful work, beautiful video!
Absolutely fascnating to see such skill and the beauty of creating something so special. Thank you!
Beautiful blade. Nice job. Congrats.
That sword is beautiful and awesome job making that.
Nicely done, beautiful sword!
Absolutely Stunning 😍
I love that you clayed the blade and quenched it, like rebar is carbon steel and it would harden, lol. Looks cool, but it’s a show sword.
Que bello trabajo ,sensacional ,me encantó la espada muy bien realizado 👏 👍 👌 con buen gusto 😊🥰👏😊👍🧠👏👏👏ok
Does the fire makes the rebar weaker?
It's nice to see something with a mirror finish, and not a damascus pattern. Looks great :)
Man id pay for a sword like that. Awesome work
Very professional work, Thanks my friend, Big like ♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️
I subscribed bcoz I like the mirror quality
Great! How did you fasten the leather?
Great work! Amazing sword!👍👍😁😁🛠️🛠️⚒️⚒️
Undoubtedly some of the nicest mirror shining I’ve ever seen
Amazing bro, beautiful work!👍
A beautiful blade you forged there! I'm curious how well it'll hold an edge, as rebar is a fairly mild steel compared to the tool steel most blades are made of. Once again, excellent work!
@Geni Ceka this thing would bend so easily. Rebar is low carbon, cheap garbage. I wouldn't want to have to rely on one of your rebar blades unless I wanted something the bends easily and I had to sharpen every five minutes.I don't use rebar to make blades because it is garbage. Get dome decent steel.
@Aaron James my blades that i forged out from rebars hold their edge pretty well mate , i don't know your experience with rebars but according to your words it looks bad
@Geni Ceka any kind of rebar is a bad steel choice for a blade. Very bad.
It won't hold, that's for sure. At best, it will hold an edge just like a spoon
@David Spangler am in Europe mate and all the rebar that i have tried is hardening good and keeps a good age
the final result is absolutely stunning
mi sueño siempre fue tener una espada. pero me conformo con verla ya sera para la proxima vida =)
Awesome work! This shows the difference between a real fighting sword and the cold-pressed stainless junk available everywhere. It also shows why real swords are so expensive and so dear. I want one for my end-of-the-world-as-we-know-it survivalist fantasies... I just don't think I can afford it! Bravo!!!
Man I just found your channel and I already LOVE IT! Do you have any advice for a newb or someone who wants to get into the world of forging and restoration where should one start?
One of the most beautiful swords I have ever seen in my life...
I enjoyed this more then the other sword making channels no fancy expensive equipment very impressive
Dude! Awesome!...just one question: Isn`t a rebar already made out of hardened steel? making it not ideal to forge?
It's going to be a nice wall decoration, eventually useful in case of burglar, but since rebar are not high carbon hardenable steel, one or two on something hard, and bye bye edge ^^
@Autumn Well a spark test can give a rough idea for a smith who knows what they are doing (color and amount of sparks when touched with a grinder), also could have simply cut a small piece and tried heating and hardening it before doing all the work on the sword.
@Dekul Runo I’ll be honest, I know there are ways to check carbon content, but I don’t know how he could’ve tested that rusty rebar before putting it through the forging/smithing process
@Dekul Runo if so, them smacking it on the ground after hardening would surely have cracked it
@Autumn Depending on the rebar it can be anywhere from .05% carbon to 1.7% ie way too little or way too much, or it could be just right for 1070-1080 carbon steel, possibly he checked that it was a hardenable piece beforehand.
@Autumn Thanks so much for the explanation!
Sehr gute Schwert und perfekte Arbeit ✌👍
Wonderful contrast in the hard work and labor, the power of hands and tools, against the beauty and grace of flowers.
Awesome video. This beautiful blade has such an amazing story.If I may ask. Does it have a name?
he is really talented and diligent. he knows what viewers want!
A forge for dummies! You make it look so easy. I do want to create my own sword one day. Thanks for the vid. It’s actually a very nice piece. I bet you been doing this for a while.
@ShaqJuice yeep shaping and tempering would make this sword break pretty easily+ its rebar
The opposite, if you start forging don't do what this guy does lmao
Superbly made sword, what skills! Outstanding work.👍😊
The work this guy puts in to make these incredible thing
every time i lookat your swordit looks like theres black goo on it its so reflective