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Item 163955
Model E044PW-5A

WoodRiver - Side Lock Folder Blade Kit 4-1/2" Closed

$15.99

Use this WoodRiver® Side Lock Folder Blade Kit to create a one-of-a-kind 4-1/2" pocketknife (closed) that you will be proud to show or to give as an impressive gift. The 3-1/4"-long blade is...

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Use this WoodRiver® Side Lock Folder Blade Kit to create a one-of-a-kind 4-1/2" pocketknife (closed) that you will be proud to show or to give as an impressive gift. The 3-1/4"-long blade is constructed from 3Cr13 (420SS) stainless steel (HRC52-54 hardness), which has been hollow ground and polished to a satin finish. Kit comes equipped with a thumb stud for smooth opening and a pocket clip for easy carrying. Shape, mount and finish your custom handle for a truly unique knife. Complete instructions included. Kit requires scale (handle) material, sold separately.


Features:

  • Constructed from 3Cr13 (420SS) stainless steel
  • HRC52-54 hardness
  • Hollow ground and polished to a satin finish
  • Equipped with thumb stud and pocket clip

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Reviews

3.33 out of 5 stars
3 Reviews
  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Great quick project - awesome knife!

    I bought two kits for a father son project...and I'm happy with the final result. I cut the wood sides on my xcarve CNC using 1/8" mohogany wood. Unfortunately, I did not have the needed micro hex required to remove the tiny screws, but fortunately I found that a screw driver from an early Ring doorbell worked perfectly! Otherwise, you will probably have to buy the needed driver bit, which I measured right around 1.5mm. The Woodcraft instructions have you cut slightly oversized sides for the knife. I'm lazy, so I used the suggested cut outline and modeled it as an SVG and used my CNC to cut it. But you can easily cut this by hand with a coping saw. Here is a link to my CNC cutting project and SVG file: https://www.inventables.com/projects/woodriver-pocketknife-item-163955

  2. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Is it possble to get the drawing for the knife scales alone?

    I was wondering about get a cnc compatible drawing for the scale? It would speed up the time to make the several Christmas gifts I am making. I can convert the drawing just saves time. Roydan

  3. 1.0 out of 5 stars
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    Don't Buy Unless You Have Micro Hex

    Thought this would be a nice practical knife to make for myself. First, the screws require a micro hex key. I had to order a kit and hopefully will find the right size! Why doesn't Woodcraft include it? You need to remove the pocket clip to make the job easier and the smallest hex key I have is a 1.5mm, too big! Now I have to buy additional hex keys just for this project! Also, the guide they include for cutting out the wood blanks doesn't fit the knife worth a darn! I had to use some stiff paper and trace my own. Poor thought and planning for this knife!

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