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ATLANTA BLADE SHOW 2024

ATLANTA BLADE SHOW:  THE WORLD'S LARGEST KNIFE SHOW JUNE 7-9, 2024  Visit the Atlanta BLADE Show, discover the largest variety of blades, knives, and outdoor gear from globally-renowned exhibitors and legendary makers. Shop, explore, and handle the best knives. Enjoy unique finds, antiques, and the latest in knife-making...

YOUTUBE CHANNEL

First video on YT is online. If you're into leatherwork or just like to see me nerd out on how I make stuff, go check it out. 😁...

Hubert hunting knife Studio Blade

Unveiling My Signature Hunting Knife Design.

Since I get a lot of questions about my knives, I made a video explaining the design, materials & functions of my Hubert hunting knife. There's a little surprise gift for all that are interested in ordering one, somewhere in the video...

KNIFE SOLINGEN 2024

Exciting news! Studio Blade is thrilled to announce its participation in the Knife Solingen 2024 exhibition. As we prepare to showcase our latest collection of meticulously crafted blades, we invite you to join us in exploring the artistry, precision, and innovation that defines modern knife...

Sub-zero heat treatment

Sub-zero treatment of steels is a relatively new process that is gaining acceptance and is becoming increasingly popular. Cryo treatment in liquid Nitrogen of higher-alloy and carburized steels is an additional step in the heat treatment hardening process. It completes the metallurgical phase transformation of...

FESTIVAL DES COUTELIERS

From March 30th to April 1st, 2024, the "Musée du fer et du chemin de fer" in Vallorbe Switzerland is organizing the seventeenth edition of the Cutlery Festival. After record-breaking editions in 2022 and 2023 (4,000 visitors!), themed around medieval fantasy and Scotland, the Museum is...

Homo faber guide

HOMO FABER GUIDE

Studio Blade is now featured as a master artisan in the Homo Faber Guide. Homo Faber Guide is a digital platform which places contemporary craftsmanship at your fingertips. A signature project of the Michelangelo Foundation,

Studio Blade kitchen knife Santoku in Damasteel

Why you need a Santoku in your kitchen!

A Santoku is used as a general-purpose kitchen knife originating in Japan. “Santoku” in Japanese means  knife “Three Virtues” as this knife is a true all rounder: vegetables, meat, fish, etc… The blade was cryo treated in liquid nitrogen to fully optimise the crystal structure to 62/63 HRC. This is much harder than regular knives so this knife should be treated as a high precision tool and not as a bone chopper.

Falconry collection launch at ADIHEX 2021

Falconry collection launch at ADIHEX 2021 The new FALCONRY COLLECTION accessory concept debuts at ADIHEX 2021 with the bespoke falcon nomad set. Swiss companies Purest and Orlando Maroquinier, together with Studio Blade, launch a limited edition of numbered handmade accessories that bring unprecedented contemporary comfort to falconry expeditions, travels and...

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