In collaboration with Wander Tactical we have decided to propose the Scrambler model, in an exclusive satin-blade version that uses the famous Japanese San Mai steel produced by Takefu Steel.
This time, in the rich catalog of products they offer, we have chosen a particular steel with a carbonaceous edge, but with external stainless steel cheeks. Specifically we used, for the central plate, the carbonaceous V-Toku2 at 62 / 63HRC and the SUS410 for the external lamination in order to guarantee a very high cutting capacity, penetration and sealing of the wire together with an ease of re-sharpening and maintenance; at the same time the blade has a remarkable resistance to corrosion and an important increase in resilience given by the laminated structure.
Use: EDC / Light Utility / All Round
Type of production: Artisan
Production Lama: Italy
Blade: integral, laminated Japanese steel (San Mai) with V-Toku2 (carbonaceous) cutting edge at 62 / 63HRC and SUS410 (stainless steel) external scales
Blade treatment: Satin
Blade length: 82mm.
Blade thickness: 6.8mm.
Total length: 200mm.
Balancing: set back
Sheath: in Kydex, thermoformed, with belt loop
Packaging: certificate of authenticity
Notes: unique and exclusive piece
As in the ancient Japanese Samurai swords.
The rolled steel - imported into Italy by Collini Steel directly from the Japanese Takefu Steel - is based on the ancient Japanese tradition in the creation of the famous Samurai swords. In fact, as early as 1100 the expert Japanese blacksmiths combined different materials together to give the Katana swords incredible cutting abilities combined with a resistance and flexibility previously unknown. It is thanks to this revolutionary construction technique that Samurai swords have been preserved to this day, becoming one of the most fascinating objects made by man. Following this tradition applied to modern metallurgy, today we are able to have technologically advanced steels already tested and used in cutlery also by famous brands such as Fallkniven, Cold Steel, Mcusta, Kai, Sog, Zwilling, Rockstead, etc.
Characteristics of San Mai steel: These are different types of metals bonded together to create a composite that encloses and intensifies the strengths of the metals individually taken:
- Longer tool life
thanks to the use of very high quality steels with high carbon content (VG10, CoS, Shiro) or sintered (SPG2), in the heart of the sheet (Core Steel), the blade, once hardened, achieves decidedly hardness and cutting performance higher than those achieved with the use of traditional steels.
- Greater resilience
built on the principle of Japanese swords, multilayer steel is difficult to break thanks to the toughness of the central steel (Core Steel) and the elasticity of the steel used for the side facing (Stainless Steel).
- Better corrosion resistance
the steel used for the external layers (Stainless Steel) guarantees the blade a high resistance to corrosion. The combination of the two or more materials used by Takefu Steel generates, on a galvanic level, a structure that improves corrosion resistance even on the wire.
- Easy processing even after heat treatment
although the steel normally becomes harder after hardening, the side steel used in multilayer processing does not lose its softness and allows easy processing, drilling or welding even after heat treatment. For an optimal performance of the blade, cryogenic treatment is recommended.
- Improvement of the aesthetic result
The knives made with multi-state steel or with a damask pattern at the end of the processing are aesthetically elegant, refined and highly appreciated by collectors all over the world.
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|Country of production||Italy|
|Blade Length||8/9 cm|
|Blade Tip||Drop point|
|Blade thickness||6,5 mm|
|Blade Finish||None (Satin / Stonewashed)|
|Carbon Steel||V-Toku2 laminato|
|Materials and Finishes||7,5|