making damascus with a rolling mill part

  • Making damascus with a rolling mill part 2 YouTube

    4/24/2011· Kerry Stagmer and Paul dubro make a custom sword billet on a rolling mill after forging the damascus on Baltimore Knife and Sword's power hammer.

  • Making damascus with a rolling mill part 3 YouTube

    4/24/2011· Making damascus with a rolling mill part 3 YouTube. Making damascus with a rolling mill part 3. Watch later. Share. Copy link. Info. Shopping. Tap to unmute. If playback doesn't begin shortly

  • Making a Steel Rolling Mill Part 1 Damascus NZ Knives

    Making a Steel Rolling Mill Part 1. Part 1. In this tutorial I will go through the process of building the McDonald rolling mill as I did. I made mine to assist me in the process of making Damascus and knife making. The inventor and designer of this mill is Hugh McDonald from Western Australia. Hugh deserves all the credit for coming up with the

  • Making a Steel Rolling Mill Part 3 Damascus NZ Steel

    The idea is that once the star nut is adjusted and you have taken the first roll on the hot steel through the mill, you can by pulling back on the lever get ( on average ) another 2 bites on the work in the same heat.It is the fastest means of raising the bottom roller and making the best use of the heat in the steel.

  • Making a Steel Rolling Mill Part 4 Damascus NZ Steel

    I roll down to about 1mm thick steel at times. At that thickness you really don’t want the fan going. The fan is mounted on a piece of stainless ducting as you see and that directs the air down to the rollers. The fan is a perfect fit on the ducting and is held by 4 small capscrews to the plate in front of it.

  • Rolling Mill for Damascus? BladeForums

    7/9/2002· I just completed my rolling mill about 2 weeks ago. It has 8 1/4" diameter rollers and turns at about 35 to 45 rpm. It does a fantastic job of rolling damascus. I completed my MS test knife using 52100 and 15N20. The only thing that I see is that if you want a pattern, you have to put it in.

  • Building a rolling mill, step by step. WIP BladeForums

    1/7/2010· I finally got a metal working lathe in my shop so its time to build a rolling mill! This will be a 4 or 5 week project because my money gets split into surface grinder parts, damascus materials, the rolling mill, and lathe bits and tooling. Here are the drawings I did this morning based on Delbert Ealy's rolling mill.

  • Steel Rolling Mill Tools and Tool Making Bladesmith's

    1/10/2008· I wood like to share a different perspective on a Mc Donald rolling mill. The two rollers on the mill are 2- 7/16" diameter. I have eliminated all pulleys and belts and substituted a 60 to one gear reduction box with a 3-hp, 1140-rpm motor and a 21-tooth sprocket on the gearbox. The main roller sproket has 24 teeth, which works out to 22rpm.

  • Rolling (metalworking) Wikipedia

    In metalworking, rolling is a metal forming process in which metal stock is passed through one or more pairs of rolls to reduce the thickness, to make the thickness uniform, and/or to impart a desired mechanical property. The concept is similar to the rolling of dough. Rolling is classified according to the temperature of the metal rolled. If the temperature of the metal is above its recrystallization temperature, then the process is known as hot rolling

  • Making a Rolling Mill The Home Shop Machinist

    There are commerically available rolling mill that will do what you want for silver and gold for around $300. You would be hard pressed to build one for that if your time is worth anything. There are a lot of considerations when you start rolling hot. You have to use coolent and

  • Rolling Mill for Damascus? BladeForums

    7/9/2002· I just completed my rolling mill about 2 weeks ago. It has 8 1/4" diameter rollers and turns at about 35 to 45 rpm. It does a fantastic job of rolling damascus. I completed my MS test knife using 52100 and 15N20. The only thing that I see is that if you want a pattern, you have to put it in.

  • Videos and Tutorials Damascus NZ Knives

    Videos and Tutorials. Making a Steel Rolling Mill Part 1. Making a Steel Rolling Mill Part 2. Making a Steel Rolling Mill Part 3. Making a Steel Rolling Mill Part 4. The Making of a Damascus Bar. Making Your Own Damascus. The Making of an Integral Knife. The Making of a Hand Sewn Sheath.

  • McDonald Rolling Mill Tharwa Valley Forge

    It is adjustable for different widths and can even draw out tapers. It also forge welds! Combined with the power of the hydraulic press, making damascus steel is much faster. It makes virtually no noise, so is suited for surburban workshops. To order a CD of the fantastically detailed plans contact. Hugh McDonald 150 Williams Rd. Gooseberry Hill 6076

  • Building a rolling mill, step by step. WIP

    1/7/2010· I finally got a metal working lathe in my shop so its time to build a rolling mill! This will be a 4 or 5 week project because my money gets split into surface grinder parts, damascus materials, the rolling mill, and lathe bits and tooling. Here are the drawings I did this morning based on Delbert Ealy's rolling mill.

  • Damascus Steel Pictures, Production, Facts & History

    At Iowa State University in the early 1980s, John Verhoeven produced standard ferrite and pearlite banding by using an automated rolling mill with a smith in order to forge a blade (Extance, 2016). Verhoeven and his colleagues were attempting to recreate Damascus steel’s watery patterns but were unsuccessful at first.

  • Notes on Pattern Welded Steel

    found to help in production Damascus. When you are doing this for many hours a day several days in a row anything that makes it physically easier allows you to work longer, faster and safer. After the preferred layer count is reached something needs to be done

  • Custom Blacksmithing tools Fenris Forge

    This is great for welding up cable for cable damascus. It gives 3 impact points rather than the 2 of a hammer and flat anvil. Also a simple swage block for folding and making clean 90 degree bends. The anvil is normaly used to make bends, but this allows a cleaner, square outside to the bend than the edge of an anvil gives.

  • Making a Rolling Mill The Home Shop Machinist

    There are commerically available rolling mill that will do what you want for silver and gold for around $300. You would be hard pressed to build one for that if your time is worth anything. There are a lot of considerations when you start rolling hot. You have to use coolent and

  • Rolling Process: Working, Application, Defects, Type of

    In this rolling mill, there are two rolls used. Two High Reversing Mill: In this type of mill, the rollers are both adjustable. In these mills, rotation of that two rolls is made in two different directions. The result is thicker as the middle portion of the rolling part is bent or deflected by the compressive load. There are some different

  • Rolling (metalworking) Wikipedia

    In metalworking, rolling is a metal forming process in which metal stock is passed through one or more pairs of rolls to reduce the thickness, to make the thickness uniform, and/or to impart a desired mechanical property. The concept is similar to the rolling of dough. Rolling is classified according to the temperature of the metal rolled. If the temperature of the metal is above its recrystallization temperature, then the process is known as hot rolling