Knife Making with Tormach Personal CNC Mills

Knife Making with Tormach Personal CNC Mills

Cutting edge artists using modern tools: Leading Knife makers are embracing PCNC Mills to enhance their craftsmanship.

The Cutting Edge: Handmade Knives by Steve Hulett, Seldom Seen Knives

Steve Hulett uses his PCNC 1100 to assist in the process of creating handcrafted knives for his company Seldom Seen Knives, located in West Yellowstone National Park.

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Milling Custom Knives and Titanium Handles

Will Moon uses a PCNC 1100 to create high-end custom knives and scales available at Will Moon Custom Knives. Moon's latest project, the Mark XII integral knife, is 100% made on the PCNC 1100 and milled from a single large billet of titanium.

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The Cutting Edge: Tormach PCNC 1100 Enables Knife Handle Production for MIL-TAC Knives and Tools

With the help of his PCNC 1100 Craig Sword, founder of MIL-TAC in Wylie, Texas produces the handles of his fixed and folding knives.

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The Cutting Edge: Custom Knife Designs with Randy Williams

Knife maker, Randy Williams of Arlington, Washington purchased a PCNC 1100 to skillfully craft 3D carvings such as flairs, finger grooves, and rib texturing for knife handles.

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The Cutting Edge: Knifemaking with Steve Woods, Rock River Iron

Steve Woods, owner of Rock River Iron, uses his PCNC 1100 to make high quality, custom knives. Woods’ wide array of knives spans from kitchen cutlery to specialty sniper blades which he now sells all over the world.

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Custom Knife Makers Embrace Modern Technology with Tormach and YouTube
John and Erik Grimsmo, brothers and custom knifemakers Toronto-based Grimsmo Knives, are co-hosts of the popular YouTube knifemaking series, Knifemaking Tuesdays. The Grimsmo brothers use a PCNC 1100 in their garage workspace to produce a line of custom knife handles and folding knives, video blogging their trials and tribulations throughout the product development process.

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Knifemaking the Tormach Way
Custom knife maker Phil Rose uses a Tormach PCNC 1100 to fuel innovation and increase production.

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