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In this video I’ll show you how I made a fire
steel or ferro rod handle using knife scale
off-cuts.
The Fire steel itself from a chinese manufacturer,
but this could easily be replaced with a better
quality product.
For this project I used an interesting material
called Kirinite which is a decorative and
durable acrylic. It is easy to work with and
polishes up beautifully.
I used two sheets: one which was a pearlescent
black and one 3mm wide fluorescent blue.
To begin I measured out and cut two pieces
of the black and one piece of the blue glow.
Each piece was roughly “”x” cm.
Then I keyed each surface that was due to
be bonded and used a thick viscosity super
glue to stick the pieces together.
I cleaned up my Kirinite sandwich on a sanding
disk until I had a nice blank to work with.
After marking up I went over to the drill
press. Stupidly I managed to completely miss
my mark and ended up with an off center hole!
To fix this I went back to the sander and
evened out the one side so that the glowing
layer was offset to one side. In the end I
think that this looked cooler anyway so it
turned out to be a happy mistake!
Next I cut down a section of brass tube, drilled
a hole through my handle and glued the tube
in. This hole would allow the fire steel to
hang from a paracord.
With all of my shaping was done it was time
to polish. Kirinite polishes pretty easily
but this was the longest part of the process.
I wet sanded the piece through increasingly
finer grits of sand paper, working through
to a 12,000 grit micro mesh, making sure that
the surface was smooth, even and scratch free.
I finished up with a spot of my favourite
car polish and rubbed the piece until it squeeked!
If it’s squeeky the chances are it will shine
like a mirror!
Finally I glued in the fire steel with my
thick super glue and tied a paracord through
the hole with a decorative bead (that I also
made with Kirinite).
All in all I’m happy with my fire steel, and
although I made a mistake with the drilling
I think it looks cool.
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Thanks for watching and see you in the next
one!

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