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Japanese help please

Postby Chuck Trout » Sun Mar 16, 2008 2:46 am

Wunderlich's fantastic post here leads to a number of embedded videos of a filemaker

Id be very interested in any technical information on both this webpage and the videos

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Re: Japanese help please

Postby Chuck Trout » Sun Mar 16, 2008 5:08 pm

oops the thread moved (new sub forum) its now here
viewtopic.php?f=38&t=126

but the direct link to the videos would be
http://www.tctv.ne.jp/yasuri-/product.html
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Re: Japanese help please

Postby Ataru Maeda » Mon Mar 17, 2008 6:58 am

1) Heat an iron red hot
Heat a steel in high temperature and beat it to make up it's shape.

2) Annealing
Inside a forge surrounded by heat insulator, heat this steel to 810 degree and spend 24 hours to cool it. Key point is to spend much time to cool it.

3) Grind
Grind the surface of annealed steel. The color of this steel is black at now, so grind it's surface by using a tool called "TONBOSEN" with much strength.

4) Setting
Fix a steel on a desk, and set it by using a cold chisel.

5) Tempering
Heat a steel inside a hole called "TSUBO". Its diameter is about 10cm and melted lead is inside this hole. Then, take out a steel from TSUBO and sprinkle salt on it, then heat it once more. Enough heated, then take out a steel from TSUBO, and cool it down by soaking into water. Pay attention to a steel not to be warped.

6) Finishing
Check a steel and wash it in acid and do rust-proof, then, it's finished. We make it about 50 in a day.

Simply, I've translated. Is it Ok ?

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Re: Japanese help please

Postby Lorenzo » Mon Mar 17, 2008 7:23 am

ありがとうございました前田さん、とても優しかったですよ!
Thankyou Mr.Maeda, you are really gentle :clap:
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Re: Japanese help please

Postby Chuck Trout » Mon Mar 17, 2008 7:36 pm

Ataru Maeda wrote:1)

Simply, I've translated. Is it Ok ?


Fantastic :clap: :clap: :clap:

it was the lead bath, and salt part that I couldn't figure out from viewing the video
that and knowing the annealing temperature and time is very helpful ;)

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Re: Japanese help please

Postby Ataru Maeda » Tue Mar 18, 2008 5:54 am

Lorenzo, Chuck,

Not at all ! in addition to the 2nd chapter, you should heat a steel about 10 hours before cooling it.

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