Japanese blades are well-known for their highest quality, variety, durability, and their unique designs. From the royal age Japanese blades and swords were highly demanded among other designs or brands. There are various types of blades available in the market but the Japanese convex and beveled edge blades are two popular designs than any other available product. So, it is depending on the experts to select the right blade according to their requirements and budget. These two designs will differ according to their design and work.
* Basically, the convex blades are also known as the Japanese style and it’s the sharpest design with razor like edge. Also it is offering a simple cutting action due to proper shape. It is made of with best quality stainless steel and much heavier than other designs. Convex blades are more expensive only because of high quality.
* At the same time, beveled edge blades are lighter than the convex blade design. Basically, the Italian and German scissors manufacturers are using such type of designs through micro serrated blades. It is the right option for the new hair designers because it can prevent the sliding down problem during the hair cutting. Beveled edge blades are suitable for dry hair cutting but in case of a slice cutting it does not work properly as the convex blade design.
* Makers of katana sought to harmoniously balance two essential features of the combat sword need for the exceptional sharpness, as well as the need for the blade, they can withstand the impact without even bending and breaking.
* Sharpness needs the high carbon steel edge. However, durability needs the low-carbon and malleable steel. Japanese blade makers sought to a right combination of two steel types in just one blade by a process of wrapping core of the durable low steel carbon with edge & flanges of the high carbon steel.
* Billet made from combined segments of the steel was heated, folded as well as hammered, as sixteen times, and to achieve blade of utmost purity. When the basic katana blade is formed, then it was strengthened by a process of exact quenching, and in the clay slurry.
* Also, it is the composition of slurry, and application in quenching procedure, which has been considered as sword makers defining the signatures. By making sure the spine of blade has thicker coating than edge, quenching is then concentrated on edges.
Do not compromise on quality, always choose the best Japanese blades.
Called the Doctor of Hair by many, Stephen M. Jackson is a teacher at heart who loves to help young hair stylists become hair professionals. He is a very big believer that quality scissors are an essential component to creating a memorable look. He only uses the best hair cutting shears on the market: Hattori Hanzo Shears.