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Timascus


Timascus it a blend of 3 titanium alloys heat welded together then press patterned to produce the different swirls and colors. Made by Alpha Knife Supply

Black Timascus is a blend of 3 titanium alloys and Zirconium. It is heat welded and jig pressed to produce the patterns. Made by Alpha Knife Supply

Mokuti is a Blend of 3 alloys of Titanium. It is heat welded and then jig pressed to produce the different patterns. Made by Nichols Damascus

Zircuti is a blend of 3 alloys of titanium and zirconium. It is then heat welded and jig pressed to produce the patterns. Made by Nichols Damascus

Darkit is much like Zircuti using the same alloys, but there is a lot more Zirconium used in this. Makes larger patterns and thicker lines.

This material is called BrZr which stands for Bronze and Zirconium. It is heat welded together then jig pressed to produce the patterns and layers. It is very rare and not produced in large quantities. Made by Nichols Damascus.

Damasteel is a blend of Steel alloys, then heat welded together to produce the patterns and layers. It is very complex for the most part and produces some of the finest patterns available. I use it in watch buckles, belt buckles, and other jewelry. It is produced by Damasteel of Switzerland 

Mokume Gane is a blend of different alloys. Usually 3, like Copper, Brass, and Nickel. But it can contain others, like Bronze, Gold, Silver, or Palladium. It is produced by a host of different makers which I utilize for their amazing work. 

Superconductor is a mixture of Copper and Niobium. Some of it was originally produced for use in particle accelerators. This example is one of those, it is very rare and expensive. The newer material is produced in the same manor, but it is not as complex. 

Kenobi Ti is a combination of 3 different Titanium alloys and Niobium. It is also heat welded together then jig pressed to produce the patterns. It is made by Nichols Damascus. 

Meteorite is of course produced in the Universe. It has crystalline patterns, mainly made of iron. This example is Gibeon collected in Africa. Of course it it is not a common material and is expensive and can have inclusions in it.  

Stainless Damascus is a blend of different steel alloys. It is also heat welded together, jig pressed to produce the patterns. It has to be heat treated and tempered. I use quite a few different makers. This one is Nichols Damascus Ladder pattern on a Belt Buckle.