🤤 a few drooling faces here I bet

https://www.ammoland.com/2018/09/sandrin-cabot-record-knife-pound-of-platinum-320-diamonds

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Nice, but a $1 kitchen knife from good will cuts too. Only thing I wish, is that I had enough money to buy something like that and not care about the cost.

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you would have to be truly rich to get to that level where you don’t care about the cost.

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That looks really cool.
The cringe part of it is The tungsten carbide blade. Extremely strong but can chip/ crack very very easy.
I still want one!

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https://knifenews.com/sandrin-tungsten-carbide-knives/
Interesting blade material for sure.

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Yeah even the article states the brittleness of it. Interesting to see how the Sandrin coating will help with the brittleness.
Here is a tungsten Carbide end mill coated with aluminium titanium nitride that broke on me.


And here are some others
You can even get tungsten Carbide with diamond coatings!
I have chipped those as well.

Just a quick word of caution to any one that plays with carbide. Do not grind on it with a dry wheel. The dust from tungsten carbide is toxic. Use a wet stone or a wet wheel like this if you want to mess with carbide!

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Pfffttt…A knife made out of meteorite would be cooler.

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Funny you should mention it…

http://cabotgun.com/oak-collection/the-big-bang-pistol-set/#1

Now, how many kidneys do I have to sell…

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