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|Tanto Obi knife made with a Damascus Steel blade, cased in Ipe
wood and trimmed with Brass. This knife can be used as a
Alabama Damascus knife blank made with 4 layers 5160, 3
layers 203E, 3 layers 52100, 3 layers 15N20 folded 5 times for
416 layers. Blade has been precision ground, laser cut, hollow
ground and heat-treated to 58-60 Rc.
Ipe (pronounced “ee-pay”) is a large tropical hardwood tree that
grows abundantly throughout Central and South America. Ipe
wood is prized for its durability, strength, and its natural
resistance to decay, wet conditions, and insect infestation. In
addition to its strength, it has a beautiful dark color and a tight
grain that gives it a very consistent coloring. The physical
hardness of Ipe is remarkable. Ipe lumber can be somewhat
difficult to work with, especially with hand tools.