January 10, 2016
We wanted to make a pair of gentleman's knuckle dusters, and while brass is usually the metal of choice, we wanted something a little classier. Silver in color, lead-free pewter is one of my favorite alloys to work in.
The first step of the process was pouring a solid slab of black urethane resin. Once cured I cut the general shape out with a scroll saw and worked it with files and sandpaper until I got the final shape I wanted.
A couple brass inlays, since I still haven't learned to engrave for shit.
Sand Casting mold packed and powdered. Steel Cope and Drag courtesy of Mike Daniels at Jalopy Garage.
Flashing still intact, sprue removed.
Filed and sanded down to 400 grit.
On the desk.
Test fit, a little tight for me, but they're for my brother and should fit well.
You need a little space to absorb impact.
Approaching final polish.
January 01, 2019
Nice Job! such a nice work. No one can guess about this Brass Knuckle how you made it.
You have bought brass knuckles for yourself and are now wondering How to use Brass knuckles? Brass knuckles are easy to use if you know how to throw a punch properly. Otherwise you will just end up hurting and injuring yourself instead of your opponent. So, try practicing throwing a punch first.
September 21, 2017
That’s awesome and inspiring!
December 04, 2016
Awesome achievement. Great job!
November 29, 2016
Awesome achievement. Came out great!
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