Handle Materials

All kinds of materials and elements used in the handles of knives, knives and other bladed weapons or firearms. Wood, micarta, metals, bones, horns, screws, carbon fiber and other employees both in the artisan manufacture synthetic substrates and in the industry of knives and weapons.

  • Horns

    Horns of animals and by products made from the antlers of various animals for craftsmen works, handles of knives and Pocket knives or other decorative elements. Antlers complete, blocks, get it, round,... of deer, roe deer, buffalo, bull, sambar, ram...

  • Carbon fiber

    Carbon fiber, this being used in recent times in many areas, as in the cutlery, the qualities physical that has. High strength and low weight. The handles of knives and high-end knives, tactical, survival or custom already tend to assemble this material.

  • G10

    The G10, this being used mostly for tactical knives and survival, with better qualities than the micarta, but lower than carbon fibre, made from material of average cost one of the most used options for combat knives. Moisture absorption is practically null, hardness and high resistance. Recommendation: When working with this material use a mask or respirator, even in the work of cleaning, even though it is not toxic, it is advisable to avoid breathing the particles.

  • Bones

    Bones of camel, Giraffe and others, for cutlery or crafts. Handles whole bone, blocks, coins or handles for knives or blades. The bone is one of the noble materials used since ancient times. Carving, engraving, or simply polished.

  • Woods

    Selection of domestic and exotic hardwoods used handles and other handicrafts. Blocks and wood for handles of knives as grips: ebony, pink ivory, cocobolo, bocote, rosewood, Wenge, olive, oak, snake wood,... Natural wood is the material most used in all types of handles of knives and tools, throughout history.

  • Stabilized wood

    Our stabilized wood, double stabilization treatment. First, stabilization by drying and curing controlled progressive slow. Secondly, chemical stabilization, by the saturation of the cells of the wood with chemicals, a sealing material, causing increasing hardness, impermeability and durability of the product. Perfect combination of beauty and technology, gets a unique natural material. This kind of wood are used in high-end artisan cutlery, due to its characteristics, ideal for handles of knives and blades.

  • Mammoth

    One of the finest materials is the Mamut, beauty, symbolism, rarity and scarcity, make it a unique material used to work only high-end luxury crafts.

    Used to make exclusive knife handles.

  • Micarta

    The micarta is an artificial substrate consisting of a material and a chemical binder. Depending on the material used, different textures, depending on if you used paper, canvas or linen are obtained. Very stable material against chemical attacks, shocks and moisture. Used in all types of knives, but mainly used in industry military for different purposes, in cutlery, for knife handles. To be an unalterable material it makes it optimal for use in extreme environments. Different colors and textures, with a good grip. Easy to work.

  • Metals

    Various metals used in parts of knives, to manufacture, guards, shorts, souls of knives and others. Pins, plates, and bars of brass, alpaca, stainless steel, copper...

  • Mokume

    The mokume is a material mainly consisting of several non-ferrous metals that through the hot forging are soldiers, we could say that the Damascus of non-ferrous metals. Widely used as a decorative element on guards or bolsters of knives, knives and swords. For cutlery the mokume is usually manufactured with alpaca, copper and brass, jewelry, precious metals are used such as: gold, silver, rhodium, Palladium. The main patterns in mokume are the basic steel Damascus, ladder, random, raindrop and twist, although she is also mosaic patterns. A material easy to work, reaches a really spectacular polished.

  • Mother of Pearl

    We have natural Pearl obtained from the Pearl and nacre reconstructed from shells.This type of material was used in cutlery a few years ago, is also used in jewelry.

  • Tagua nuts

    Tagua, also considered to be the vegetable ivory nuts. Easy to work, carving or make prints and scrimshaw. With an ivory white tone, it is a hard and consistent material removed cover or cascará is in sight. Walnuts are not completely solid, has a small central opening that varies between. Mainly used to manufacture knobs and spacers from knives, if carving or record, as if polished like ivory. Widely used also in handmade jewelry

  • Australian cones

    Australian cones are used in handicraft by its showiness. Deleted part of the exterior, dark circles, which, together with the various shades of the cones, make of it a very peculiar material appear. Used in cutlery to make handles of knives or blades, both blocks and get it. It is also used to manufacture other handicrafts to the lathe, type ashtrays. Easy to work.

  • Spacers

    Various colors and leather, vulcanized separators to make handles of knives or blades, or simply add a decorative element. You can also use metals such as brass, alpaca or copper plates. A point of elegance for the handle.

  • Hardware

    All types of screws, rivets, pins and other mechanical fastening elements used in cutlery. Loveless screws or cap nuts in brass, stainless steel or nickel silver. Rivets for knives and pins.

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