The Brand Titan Crafts was created 5 years ago with an inspiration from the uniqeness and creativity that comes in nature. The fact that every damascus steel blade is unique in its pattern, combined with natural handle materials with beautifully balanced textures, creates master pieces.
Our aim is to provide our prestigious customers with great quality knives at conciderably competitive prices. Hand crafted by our experienced and knowledgable craftsmen, our knives are sturdy, long lasting and fully functional yet equally beautiful and eye catching. We strive to introduce unique styles to the market.
The Brand Titan Crafts has been selling on variuos platforms including ebay and etsy and the business has been very successful with many admirers, followers and permanent customers all over the world. We always put our customer first and serve them in a friendly manner. We believe that Customer service excellence has always been and will always be one of the critical competitive advantages for any business. From pre sales inquiries to after sales services, we provide honest openion and a product that speaks for itself. We promise complete peace of mind.
We look forward to improve the quality of our items and the delivery of better services for our customers with every passing day. Having Satisfied and Happy Customers is what matters most for us.
Our Steel and The Process
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Our Damascus Steel is made with 15N20 and 1095 steels. it has 250 to 300 layers and a hardness of 58-60 HRC.
Damascus Steel is created by forge-welding several layers of steel into one piece - then drawing it out and folding it over onto itself and reforging it until you have required number of layers of steel. After you've shaped the Damascus into whatever you want - a knife blade, horseshoe, or decorative wall hanging- The hardening and tempring process follows to achive the required level of hardness at the edge of the knife so it can retain the edge for long time. The next step is the acid treatment to reveal the separate layers of steel that look like woodgrain. This process is also known as etching. Modern day "pattern welding" uses a combination of low and high carbon steels to makes beautiful patterns.