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Lightweight Carbon Fiber Axe Is More Of an Artistic Masterpiece Than a Tool [Tools]

Who says artists can only use paints and canvas, or musical instruments, to craft a masterpiece? The folks at Blue Ant Studio deserve a spot in the Louvre for its lightweight but strong Carbo Axe made from titanium and carbon fiber. More »
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