Valentino Fachin, Master CIC since 2007, approached the world of knives in the mid-80s, beginning his journey as knife maker in a completely self-taught way.
Aaron Gough started making knives when he was 14 years old, but he was too young at that time to really give the attention that knife making deserved, so after a while it got put aside while he explored other passions.
Knife maker since 1986, Attila Kertesz discovered his passion for knives during his first job in a steel factory in Hungary, where he learned the basics of steel processing from the old craftsmen.
Hobbyist knife maker since 2013, Andrea Bertini has approached the world of handcrafted knives as a challenge against himself.
Bobby Branton, who grew up in the countryside of South-Carolina, has always been attracted and fascinated by the world of the blades since he was young, developing a passion especially for throwing knives - a sport that in the ensuing years has made him famous throughout the world.
CIC Master since 2008, Daniele Ibba earned this title only four years after taking the road to knifemaking.
Knife maker for over ten years, Derrick Wulf holds a Journeyman Smith rating in the American Bladesmith Society in 2013.
Stefano Trentini was originally a motorcycle mechanic but in 1987 he embarked on his path as a knife maker purely as a hobby, drawing inspiration from a stainless steel bar in his own workshop, thus creating his knife n ° 1, which is still proudly conserved in his laboratory.