Reimagining Thor's Hammer

I got a bucket full of rusty old tools a while ago. In there was a large hammer head with no handle that looked a bit taken by time. I decided to make it nice again. Real nice. So nice you can use it as a mirror. And a new handle of course which is not just made from wood but also with lots of brass. It all comes together to what I think is a cool reinterpretation of Thor's hammer Mjölnir, if real materials would be used and real "wieldability" would be considered..


The coilspring powered bows gathered some attention and thus I followed up the idea with a crossbow that also uses coilsprings as its energy source. It works using a different principle though. To get to see and know more, watch the Video, and/or read the article in the DIY Projects. Including drawings.

Mit Federn betriebene Armbrust

The coolest folding Knife - Pantographic "Paratrooper" Knife

After the short "Teaser"-video of the 3D-printed Pantographic Letteropener now here the presentation of the so far final product. Made with a proper blade from spring steel, parts of the mechanism from cnc-machined aluminium, scales on the handle and other smaller parts 3d-printed. In addition a lot of manual work and a total of 3 prototypes, over 8 months total - and the result is I think the most professional and best looking project I have ever made real.

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