How To Make a Simple File Guide For Knife Making

  • Published on Jan 8, 2019
  • How To Make a Simple File Guide For Knife Making.
    Just a quick video showing how I made a file guide for knife making. Stuff used⬇️
    Tap set You can probably find these cheaper at home depot.
    5/16 socket cap screw
    5/16 drill bit
    123 blocks
    kant twist clamp
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Comments • 188

    OUTDOORS55  5 months ago +11

    Just a quick video showing how to make a simple file guide. Any questions ask away⬇️😀

    • Mark Letts
      Mark Letts 3 months ago

      The band saw is bloody handy tool...cutting steel that gauge with a hack saw is a job alone!

      JEFF RANGEL 4 months ago

      What size did that guide end up being? I picked up a piece of 1/2 x 1/4 thick and thinking thats a bit too small. Thx!

    • Maurice Francis
      Maurice Francis 4 months ago

      Hi, how much would you charge if you made another jig like that .

    • Johnny Ackermann
      Johnny Ackermann 5 months ago +1

      Machinist police, now i've seen It all 🤣

    • John D
      John D 5 months ago +1

      OUTDOORS55 alex, how does someone contact you? I'm not on Instagram. In the "About" tab, it says "click the link below" but there's no link

  • Carl Anglin
    Carl Anglin Month ago

    What was that thing you made? I thought it was supposed to be a fling jig. You clamped a knife in it and filled the edge?? WTF? .

  • Draxis Stormshadow
    Draxis Stormshadow 3 months ago

    i just use a 1x2 and 2 drywall screws disposable but works

  • Andres Espinosa
    Andres Espinosa 3 months ago

    Nice and to the point. I have been wanting to make one of these since seeing the price of them 🤑🤑. Thanks for the inspiration.

  • No One Of Consequence
    No One Of Consequence 3 months ago

    Who downvoted this?

  • Reformed-Edge
    Reformed-Edge 4 months ago

    Would it be better to just flatten everything, drill & tap the holes, and then just harden without tempering? The file will skate on the plates instead of wearing away

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  4 months ago +1

      You can do that. I wouldn't crank down on the bolts though.

  • ktate2002
    ktate2002 4 months ago

    What have you added to Windex to use as a cutting oil? Thank you.

  • Rick Ridgeway
    Rick Ridgeway 4 months ago

    windex ?

  • Working Man
    Working Man 4 months ago

    What is the size of the two pieces of steel? Thanks good video.

    HUX METAL WORKS 4 months ago

    Great job keep it up thanks for sharing

  • Cutelaria de Quintal
    Cutelaria de Quintal 5 months ago

    Very good!

  • Michal Taranza
    Michal Taranza 5 months ago

    Great job, I like it. :-)

  • John Bolling
    John Bolling 5 months ago

    OUTDOORS55 looks like ur drill press is old lol

    • John Bolling
      John Bolling 5 months ago

      @OUTDOORS55 I would be interested in looking at them if that's possible when they are available.

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  5 months ago

      I do sell. I list them on Instagram when i have them 🙂

    • John Bolling
      John Bolling 5 months ago

      DO u sell the knife u make?

    • John Bolling
      John Bolling 5 months ago

      @OUTDOORS55 I bet they aren't cheap.

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  5 months ago

      No, my good one (the old one) has a broken chuck. I just need to order a new one. The new one is the one im using here and its just a cheap one.

  • Keelan Moore
    Keelan Moore 5 months ago

    You’re videos are great! And the edge you can put on a knife is insane. I’ve been working on sharpening for a while and have gotten decent at it but can’t get to the hair splitting edge you get. I obviously know that the knife steel plays a part, I’ve watched practically all your videos where you go over this. My two questions are 1. Where you you say the brand/price point starts with a knife capable of holding such an edge without rolling over, the two best knives I have are a Case Trapper with the Tru Sharp SS blades and a USA made Kershaw that I’m unsure of the steel. The case is definitely the one I can get the sharpest but still not quite that sharp. 2. What is your opinion of diamond stones? I don’t recall ever seeing you use one. Thanks!

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  5 months ago

      I use a an extra coarse diamond for profiling. I like it as it stays flat. Cheaper stones will profile almost the same but they dont stay flat. I have a whole set of dmt stones but rarely use the finer grits. I tent to stick with ceramic for the finer grits. Cuts almost the same but will last far longer. I like diamond stones but they wear out pretty fast compared to ceramic. Just my thoughts🤷‍♂️

  • Brandon Cornett
    Brandon Cornett 5 months ago

    I really like how you put everything you do on the table with explanation for people who want to get into making blades. I love working with my hands and I love tools so the way you explain everything and show mistakes or ideas you have is fun to watch while being helpful. At some point I'd really like to own one of your knives because it would be pretty cool to have something you have created. You are getting better and better at knife making and seeing the progression from the beginning is awesome Alex 😎👍

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  5 months ago +1

      Thanks man! Hopefully my real job will calm down a little bit and I can start making some knives. It should happen in the next month or so. Thanks for the comment man!

  • Joshua Yingling
    Joshua Yingling 5 months ago

    Hey bro ham, when I worked for Boeing we had a drill lubricant called boelube and it came in liquid or stick form, it was great for helping drill holes in titanium, stainless, etc. You should see if you can get your hands on some. Also a true carbide drill is amazing until it shatters lol, we used to use them every day except I wasn't paying for them. Haha comment not related to this video but just wanted to let you know.

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  5 months ago

      Wow interesting... i will definitely look into that. Thanks for the information 👍 i didnt know drill lube came in stick form. Might be right up my alley.👍👍

  • ScottsHobbyz
    ScottsHobbyz 5 months ago +1

    Very nice. I have been thinking of making something similar. I love the message for the machinist police at the end :)
    Blacksmiths make a lot of their own tools I don't see why knife makers can't if they want to. Besides it is always more fun to use something you have made yourself (unless it turned out crap lol).

  • TokyoTerror
    TokyoTerror 5 months ago

    Doesn't that suck that there are always viewers on TheXvid who think they gets to criticize what ever they want because they've already done it and did it way better than you did. It's a shame that you have to leave a disclaimer at the end of your video to shut these negative people up. Glad you did this tho, this is still your hobby, right? It's an expensive one, so we get the tools that we can afford when we can afford them.

  • Matthew M
    Matthew M 5 months ago

    Nice how-to video bro. 👍
    Getting a nice workshop too. Such a step up haha.
    Lot more possibilities now.
    Be interested to see some bowies if you get the urge?
    And/or some balisong maybe? ☺

  • Tim Sterrett
    Tim Sterrett 5 months ago

    I know you can sharpen knifes and love the vids,so can you sharpen scissors,I think alot of us would like to see that,we have a guy that comes around and sharpens the barbers scissors with a machine,you know barbers have good quality,I bet you can do it free and thanks.

    • Tim Sterrett
      Tim Sterrett 5 months ago

      @OUTDOORS55 I tried to sharpen my wife's scissors that she used at her flower shop and just couldn't get it done,she ha d the traveling sharpening guy do them when he came to town once a month to do the barbers,he had a machine and was tying to impress me I think with his machine,but I'm sure it can be done free hand,I just didn't have the right stuff or angle,but I could learn. I was sure you could.thanks for the input and the great video,I always like to carry a sharp knife,but now after watching your video I can learn much more about sharpening,and equipment,I just always used utility knifes for butchering, filleting fish or whatever,a steel and two or three sided stone that's it,I just orders I stop and some green chrome oxide,I think I will try to make a file knife,thanks again.

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  5 months ago

      I can sharpen scissors if the scissors come apart or are designed to be sharpened. Most of the cheap ones you buy are not designed to be sharpened and you camt sharpen them properly. Im definitely not am expert on the subject though.

  • John Ashcraft
    John Ashcraft 5 months ago

    Don't sell yourself short! This was a great project for many of us to learn. Thanks,
    John in Colorado

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  5 months ago

      Thanks. It is a good starter project. It definitely gives you an idea of what working with metal is like.

  • Mark Fulmer
    Mark Fulmer 5 months ago

    Great video, I was thinking about making a file guide so this helped out, thanks! Keep the videos coming!

  • The Art of Craftsmanship

    Great video. To the point and informative! I love the end card with your disclaimers 😂.

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  5 months ago

      Thanks my friend! I knew id get "those" comments so i figured id save myself some time 😂

  • Alec Johnson
    Alec Johnson 5 months ago

    Yeah! Great video! Can’t wait for the next!

  • Steve
    Steve 5 months ago

    Alex, I think many of us would enjoy seeing the final set up with the new oven and belt grinder. Both a far cry from the 3 brick torch forge and the 4 x 36

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  5 months ago

      Yes for sure! I have three videos backlogged i filmed while waiting for parts and things to be fixed. Both are huge upgrades. Although I kinda miss my mini forge.😢

  • BushCraftBums
    BushCraftBums 5 months ago

    Nice tutorial! Have a blessed day

  • edwin mason
    edwin mason 5 months ago

    "Flattened on a platten" - just how I feel some days.

  • jordy brinkmann
    jordy brinkmann 5 months ago

    nice video, the more you make those the better they will become

  • GetWork
    GetWork 5 months ago +5

    This video is true satisfying to watch!
    Who agree like this comment

  • tyler krug
    tyler krug 5 months ago

    You have really great videos.
    All very interesting. Looking forward to more

  • Martin
    Martin 5 months ago

    heat oven works, good news :-)

  • David Coats
    David Coats 5 months ago

    Hey your oven is working! 👍🏼 great video Alex.

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  5 months ago

      Yep.. just a loose screw 😂 Thanks my friend 👍

  • Patrick Barber
    Patrick Barber 5 months ago +2

    That end disclaimer was amazing.

  • Matthew Nazaroff
    Matthew Nazaroff 5 months ago

    Ah sold your soul to the belt grinder I see

  • Nick Brown
    Nick Brown 5 months ago

    What is a file guide? Do you do it chronologically or alphabetically?

  • alfred yu
    alfred yu 5 months ago +1

    Happy New Year!!! Awesome idea!!!😀

  • StillNoPickles
    StillNoPickles 5 months ago +3

    Got started on my next knife, it's gonna be a hidden tang which I've never done before. You should also upload a hidden tang build!

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  5 months ago

      Nice👍👍 let me know how it turns out! Its on the list of videos for sure!

  • Logan Sumrell
    Logan Sumrell 5 months ago

    What's up with the Windex? Is this a secret I need to start using?

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  5 months ago +1

      Lol 😂

    • Matthew M
      Matthew M 5 months ago

      Yeah man according research it works at a molecular level by encouraging all the free carbon molecules in the steel to get off their asses and clean their windows. 😊

  • John Smith
    John Smith 5 months ago

    Do you need to temper at all?

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  5 months ago

      Maybe🤷‍♂️ I did it as thats what everyone who is smarter than me recommends to do. Might be worth a try without, it will be alot more fragile though and I wouldn't crank down on the bolts.

  • Kevin's Adventures
    Kevin's Adventures 5 months ago +1

    You had me at Machinist Police ...lmfao. Great instruction as usual Alex, and the witty humor was right up my ally. 😂😂😂😂👍😂

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  5 months ago

      Thanks Kevin! I had to put that in there😂

  • Robert Dolan
    Robert Dolan 5 months ago

    Sorry, I should have waited until the end of the video to ask the Windex question. Thank you for another excellent video.

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  5 months ago +2

      Haha. I hve used oil in the past but it gets everywhere. In my small shop i have to keep it as clean as possible. Especially since i epoxy alot of stuff and oils don't do well with epoxy. Thanks for watching my friend 🙂

  • Robert Dolan
    Robert Dolan 5 months ago

    Are you really using Windex as a cutting oil/coolant?

  • Crazy Kid
    Crazy Kid 5 months ago

    if you didn't temper it, would it ruin your files?

    • Crazy Kid
      Crazy Kid 5 months ago

      @OUTDOORS55 that makes sense

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  5 months ago

      Its not ment to be ground into. You would ideally stop filing when you touch your file guide.

  • jfpinkston
    jfpinkston 5 months ago +2

    Machinist police hahaha.
    Your videos, you should do whatever you want....
    Denatured alcohol also works as a good “clean” lubricant and doesn’t leave residue.

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  5 months ago +1

      Ive heard that too but always worried about a stray spark 🔥 🤷‍♂️

  • NWHomesteader
    NWHomesteader 5 months ago

    Yay! The oven is working! 👍👏👍👏

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  5 months ago +1

      Works like a clock 😀 just a loose screw.😂

  • berlinetta350
    berlinetta350 5 months ago

    Glad to see you got the oven working.

  • ThisIsAPrettyLongUserNameWhyTheFuckWouldHeDoThatSoThatEveryoneWouldThumbsUpIt

    Woah woah woah....hold up there, grinder police, are you sure you had that grinder spinning at exactly 1243 rpm if not you did it wrong.

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  5 months ago +2

      I might have been off by 0.001 thousandths 😬

  • Happy Camper
    Happy Camper 5 months ago

    Is that oven for heat treat only, or you can use it for forging too ?

  • Kinsey Forge
    Kinsey Forge 5 months ago

    So new to the channel great videos. You use windex as cutting fluid?

    • Kinsey Forge
      Kinsey Forge 5 months ago

      @OUTDOORS55 ooooo ok cool no I like that idea I just did not know that would really work lol I have always used gear oil I may have to try that lol. Thank you for the response.

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  5 months ago +1

      haha, yes. My primary goal is to keep the bits cool. Oil gets everywhere, and I use my little shop as a place to epoxy a lot of stuff. Obviously epoxy and oil dont mix, so I use whatever keeps the bits cool without the oil.

  • Mwds Rock
    Mwds Rock 5 months ago

    Great job on the guides. I'm glad you got a 2x72 grinder and am looking forward to seeing what master peices you create. Keep up the great job and don't stop posting videos because even these videos have a lot of information in them.

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  5 months ago

      The 2x72 is great. Really make a difference in just about everything I do. Thanks my friend!

  • John Kennedy
    John Kennedy 5 months ago

    Good project.

  • DragonWater Forge
    DragonWater Forge 5 months ago

    Why not use heat treat oven 4 2nd heat

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  5 months ago

      It takes forever to cool down to 375-400...well over an hour, with the door open🙂

  • Realandroid
    Realandroid 5 months ago

    open up, it's the machinist police! We had a report that you were doing something we don't like!!

  • mika loiselle
    mika loiselle 5 months ago

    Keep making videos. They're great!

  • TheDavid2929
    TheDavid2929 5 months ago

    Instead of windex I can use car coolant in a spray bottle and not worry about using oil and getting it everywhere. Plus coolants real cheap like $7 at Walmart for a gallon.

    • TheDavid2929
      TheDavid2929 5 months ago

      OUTDOORS55 oh didn’t kno u had pets. Makes total sense. 🤘

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  5 months ago

      Coolant isn't safe for pets. It will kill them if they have even a little taste. Im sure you know this. Im just saying why I wouldn't use it.

  • Robo 7723
    Robo 7723 5 months ago

    Glad to see you got your new forge working. Your like a friend of mine. If he needs something, he usually just makes it, and it ends up looking better than store bought.👍

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  5 months ago

      Its working well! The store bought ones may be slightly better in this case😀

  • MusicalWeasel
    MusicalWeasel 5 months ago

    Whens the heat treating oven video coming out?

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  5 months ago

      Soon...I still need to learn some stuff and spend some time with it. I have three videos back logged right now but it will be after thats at some point.

  • John Klopp
    John Klopp 5 months ago +3

    Where did you get the granite block?

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  5 months ago +2

      amazon here they make cheaper, smaller ones too.

  • David Wright
    David Wright 5 months ago

    Hey Alex just wanted you to know that it was your channel that inspired me to start making knifes.....Thanks for all the great content man i appreciate it.

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  5 months ago +1

      Awesome! I love hearing that! Took me a while to get inspired too. I just wasn't inspired by a knife making channel, funny enough. It was another youtuber outside of knife making who provided the inspiration. Thanks for the comment my friend!👍

  • Ozzy Freeman
    Ozzy Freeman 5 months ago +1

    I see people quenching in water to make it even harder. So that files cant stratch it easily.

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  5 months ago +1

      You can skip the tempering process and a file won't scratch it. Water isn't necessary for 1080 steel (which is what I used).

  • Paul Smith
    Paul Smith 5 months ago

    You need a tap wrench

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  5 months ago +1

      NEVER!! 😉😂 I have one, I know I do, I just cant find it...🤷‍♂️

  • keifer225948
    keifer225948 5 months ago

    Very nice !!!

  • Mike Likes Knives
    Mike Likes Knives 5 months ago +2

    Nice little build. I just finished building one of these myself. Thank you as always.👍

  • gone rydin
    gone rydin 5 months ago

    You could use these same skills to make yourself a tap handle. : )

  • DanGoodShot pewpew
    DanGoodShot pewpew 5 months ago

    Tapity tap tap tap. Nice hamon! 😉

    • DanGoodShot pewpew
      DanGoodShot pewpew 5 months ago

      @OUTDOORS55 From the one pic it looks like it came out strong💪. Looking good! I see you got the evenheat up and running. Nice. How happy are you! I got my epoxy from total boat. I just haven't had time to play with it yet. Soon🤞

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  5 months ago

      I tried🤷‍♂️😀

  • Doak 1948
    Doak 1948 5 months ago +3

    Always thought files were harder than hard. Probably did a better job on your guide than you think. Glad your oven is operational now. One minute pizzas.

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  5 months ago

      They are. A file won't scratch before tempering but did after. So somewhere in the middle is the answer😂 pizza here we come!

  • alpk84
    alpk84 5 months ago +7

    Great video! "Machinist police" JAJAJAJAJAJAJA

  • BeginnerLockPickingDiaries

    Nice! Thanks for the video 😉🇦🇺

  • Vasco Avila
    Vasco Avila 5 months ago

    you fix youe oven thats graet!!!! make a video abouth it!

  • Mr Locorio
    Mr Locorio 5 months ago +2

    Nice to see your gear all up and running man... looking good bro.

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  5 months ago +1

      All up and running! Thanks my friend!

  • Lacer 1985
    Lacer 1985 5 months ago

    You fixed your oven!

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  5 months ago

      Just a loose screw. Its up and running now!

  • Crazy Kid
    Crazy Kid 5 months ago

    So excited to watch this later!

  • Nick Maccioli
    Nick Maccioli 5 months ago +1

    A lot of times file guides are hardened over 60HRC and files might still bite into them, so dont feel bad if you didnt get the heat treat nailed the first time!

    • Matthew M
      Matthew M 5 months ago

      Some of my Vallorbe files are 75.

    • Nick Maccioli
      Nick Maccioli 5 months ago +1

      OUTDOORS55 Well hey no one heat treats something right the first time! Your file guide works for you so it wasnt a fail! I’m glad to see the oven is working

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  5 months ago +1

      It didn't bite after hardening but it bit after tempering so somewhere in the middle🤷‍♂️

  • little woody
    little woody 5 months ago

    Good video

  • kalebBisMLG ya
    kalebBisMLG ya 5 months ago

    your oven works now?!

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  5 months ago

      Yep! just a loose screw...and no, not the operator😉😂

  • Wolf Party
    Wolf Party 5 months ago

    Give me your mailing address and I’ll send you a tap wrench

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  5 months ago

      I have one...somewhere....I just cant find it😂

  • Wolf Party
    Wolf Party 5 months ago +2

    Dude!!! DONT EVEN WORRY ABOUT WHAT OTHER PEOPLE THINK OR SAY!!! Dont even respond to them because when you do, your letting them win. So, be as cool as you already are!!!

    • Matthew M
      Matthew M 5 months ago

      But aren't you a person or peoples too? So technically wouldn't he have to worry about what people think or say in order to take your advice to not worry about what people think or say thus effectively not taking your advice to worry about what people think or say by trying to take your advice about not worrying about what people think or say?

  • stephen johnson
    stephen johnson 5 months ago +1

    it's good to see your heat treat oven working.

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  5 months ago

      For sure! Working like a clock!

  • Bren Toutges
    Bren Toutges 5 months ago

    Lol the machinist police

    • Bren Toutges
      Bren Toutges 5 months ago

      OUTDOORS55 make a long paragraph so you don’t have explain on camera the situation you are in and tell them you did the best you could with what you have

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  5 months ago

      Whatcha gonna do when they come fore you..

  • Zachary Byrne
    Zachary Byrne 5 months ago +4

    Is that going to dull files extremely quickly using them on hardened steel, even if they do bite some?

    • Zachary Byrne
      Zachary Byrne 5 months ago +1

      OUTDOORS55 ah that makes sense, thanks.

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  5 months ago +5

      The idea is to use them as stops. Not to file into them. You will come in contact a little bit but not enough to affect the performance of the file.

  • Sebastian Alman
    Sebastian Alman 5 months ago +5

    Another video, praise the gods!
    Thanks for the inspiration!

  • Silver Grizzly
    Silver Grizzly 5 months ago +1

    NO WAY Alex!!! Never get bored watching your talent my good friend!!! I see you got your oven straightened out. 😀 Can't wait for your next video!!! 👍👍. ☆Jay.

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  5 months ago +1

      Talent😂 Im just learning, and editing out my mistakes😂 Thanks my friend!

  • Jamie m
    Jamie m 5 months ago +14

    I really dont know why u havent got way more subs as your videos are fantastic!

  • Josh Conder
    Josh Conder 5 months ago +8

    Someone buy that man a tap wrench! haha

    • Joshua Yingling
      Joshua Yingling 5 months ago +1

      @josh robinson heck metal that thin you could Chuck it in that drill. I used to watch our ASE mechanic run a tap in and out of engine block heads with a drill and it scared me half to death everything he did it!

    • josh robinson
      josh robinson 5 months ago

      Get a tap wrench or some tap sockets man. It hurt to watch the adjustable hammer.

    • Josh Conder
      Josh Conder 5 months ago

      Harbor Freight is my best friend for hand tools to.

    • Nick Maccioli
      Nick Maccioli 5 months ago +1

      OUTDOORS55 A ratchet and a socket work just fine as well

    • OUTDOORS55
      OUTDOORS55  5 months ago +8

      NOOO NEVER!! I will use my cheap dollar store adjustable forever!

  • Leviathanshadex
    Leviathanshadex 5 months ago

    Notification squad

  • Charlie Jacobs
    Charlie Jacobs 5 months ago +1

    Hi Alex!

  • Charlie Jacobs
    Charlie Jacobs 5 months ago