Incomplete: Last Update 12/21/2016
If you would like to submit a picture or report an error, send me an email at:
frozenpocket (at) gmail (dot) com
In particular, I am looking for pictures of blades and one-offs, though any high resolution pics would be nice 🙂
Links lead to the “Wood’s Works” Facebook group. You need to be part of the group to see posts, but submitting an invite will almost immediately grant you access. If you are not on Facebook, I can provide post via email.
Zach standing behind his product and some hardness information: Link
Will Zach fix my prybar if I refinish it? Link
Everything I know about chainring bolts: Link
Why Zach uses what: Link
Can I bring my pry onto a plane? Link
Materials used for tools: Link A2, ATS-34, D2 (new at Blade 2016), 3V, 6-4 Ti, Strikeplate Titanium, Mokume-gane, 5160.
Materials used for blades: A2, D2, 3V
To the best of my knowledge, bullet stamps on your tool indicate that it is Strikeplate Titanium.
Materials used for beads: Link , Copper, Brass, A2, Titanium.
Clay has been used to make mugs.
Falcons made in ATS-34, 416, and 6-4 Ti, Strikeplate Ti
Thumbnails made in A2 and Strikeplate Ti
Cyclops made in Ti and 3V
Prometheus Design Werx Falcon made in
A2 ATS-34 (website has a typo)
Link to Zach’s Post on Thumbnail, Falcon, and Cyclops materials.
Fullsize Prys (Arranged by length)
Old or Special Items
Roscoe Montgomery designed the First (?) Pop n Pry with the intention of using the side ruler to help measure depth.
- Tan on black
- Black on black
- Green on black
(1) Michael Fasulo
(2) Peter Flores
(3) Anthony Shipp
(4) Bruce Lum
(5) Aaron Jordan
(6) Jan Rader
(7) Josh Webb
(8) Roscoe Montgomery
(9) Tim Phipps
(10) Al Dubs
(11) Eric Driessen
(12) Gary Gaynor
(13) Christopher Bejan
(14) Adam Britton
(15) Adam Forouzandeh
(16) Mikee Birdwell