Cutlery Materials

Explore the different materials used in knife making, such as steel, ceramic, wood, and others, and how they affect the performance and aesthetics of knives.



    Uddeholm's AEB-L steel is renowned for its excellent edge retention, corrosion resistance, and ease of sharpening, making it ideal for professional knives and industrial blades....

  • G10


    G10 is a material that is often used in cutlery for the construction of handles as an alternative to Woodto Bones and hornsper Micarta, carbon...

  • Fibra di carbonio

    Carbon fiber

    Carbon fiber is a lightweight and durable composite material consisting of carbon filaments woven together. Due to its unique characteristics, carbon fiber is used in...

  • Corian


    Corian® is a solid, non-porous, homogeneous material composed ± 1/3 of acrylic resin and ± 2/3 of natural minerals. Corian is mainly composed of polymethylmethacrylate...

  • Steel U10A

    Steel U10A

    Steel U10A U10A steel is a carbonsteel. The letter “U” at the beginning of the marking means “carbon steel”,The letter” A “in the end –...

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