In the quest to create a knife that’s both functional and aesthetically pleasing, one of the most important considerations is to ensure that its material is both durable and aesthetically pleasing.
For that, we turned to materiality.
The world’s leading manufacturer of functional, stylish and elegant handcrafted and handcrafted-to-order handcrafted knives, materiality is renowned for their stainless steel blades.
They offer a wide range of knives, from the sleek Blade series to the more affordable but still durable and comfortable Black Series.
In the process of designing the Black Series, we decided to go with a steel blade, rather than the stainless steel of the Black Blade, as the black handle material had been used on previous models.
This has resulted in the materiality Black Blade being much more durable than the standard Stainless steel.
We wanted the knife to feel and look as good as the knives we already own.
Our focus was to make the Black handle material as durable as possible while still having a high quality feel.
For this, we opted for a high-quality, tempered glass and copper alloy blade.
It’s an incredibly high-carbon steel with high carbon content.
We were able to achieve this by using a combination of the latest in material technology and traditional knife-making processes.
The materiality Blade was developed from the original Black Series and features a high carbon alloy blade with a tempered glass finish.
This steel was then tempered to a higher, and much more resistant, hardness to withstand the rigours of the cutting process.
The materials used to make each blade, from glass to copper to titanium, are all produced in the UK, with the metals selected using our own processes.
We chose titanium, because it is an extremely high-strength alloy and can withstand the stresses of a high temperature cutting process and has a long lifespan.
We used a combination, of materials including a titanium-alloy and an aluminium alloy, to give the blade its high strength and durability.
To create the Black Hand, we first used a process known as a machining process.
Machining is a type of machining that is essentially an assembly of a number of parts, which is done to produce a single item.
For example, a hammer is forged, a saw is forged and a drill is forged.
In this process, we used a pair of large drill bits, one for the saw and one for each of the saws to cut through the material.
This allowed us to create the blade and a large piece of metal for the handle.
These two pieces were then placed in a special mould where they were tempered and forged, with an exact replica of the knife’s original blade.
The machining processes for the stainless Steel Blade and the stainless-steel handle material also included machining, and were also completed in-house.
Finally, we hand-picked a large quantity of stainless steel and poured it into each of our stainless steel tools.
This material is then polished and hardened with a mixture of water and hot metal, making it extremely durable.
All of this is then mixed with a small amount of stainless steels, and then hand-cut to create each of these knives.
These blades are then then finished with a special coating of tempered glass, which gives the material a high sheen and a durable finish.
To give each knife a high level of durability, we also hand-shaped the handle using a special pattern that is made from a combination the shape of the blades and the handle material.
The pattern is then hand cut out of a material called ‘shade’, and then sanded.
This helps to make a smooth surface that is resistant to scratches.
For the Black Knife, we selected a large variety of different material, including a ceramic-coated steel blade and an aluminum alloy blade that we used for the Black Handle.
We also used a stainless steel blade for the blade’s blade insert and a black ceramic-coat steel blade insert for the hand handle.
The material used to create these blades was a combination made from stainless steel, ceramic-capped steel and stainless steel-coating materials.
Each material was selected using the finest materials available, to ensure the best performance from the knives that we are producing.
We also used hand-pouring processes, where we poured the material through a small funnel into a metal mould.
This creates a smooth, shiny surface, which allows the material to easily be polished and then etched with a laser or similar device.
We then used a tool to carve the knife using the etched design.
The finish on the Black and Stainless Blade is achieved through a combination process, using a stainless-capping alloy blade, which was made with a ceramic coating on its surface.
In the process, a high number of small areas on the blade surface are made with ceramic, to reduce the surface area exposed to a chemical reaction, and allow it to retain its strength.
This also allows the ceramic-based coating to withstand higher temperatures.
The Black and stainless