Lum Design Knives by Seki-Cut
In 1999, I was involved with the Seki
Cutlery Association's project (Seki-Cut brand) to
develop new line of knives designed by the world
renowned knife designers and manufactured by the
selected Seki knifemakers.
One of the designers we chose was Bob
Lum, and I have personally worked with Bob
closely and finally created the "Encounter"
series Tactical Folders produced by
Suetake, and "Hunter" series Fixed blade knives
produced by Hattori.
I have enjoyed working with him and thank for his
fine work. Jemmy
Robert W. Lum (1943 -
This is a picture of Bob Lum with his designed Encounter folder at the Oregon Knife Show in 2006. Unfortunately, he has passed away in December, 2007. We've lost a great knife maker and designer.
Born in Astoria, Oregon, USA in 1943 as the 3rd
Generation of Chinese American. Diploma, Brooks
Institute of Photography with 30 years experience in
photography and camera sales.
Began making knives in 1976 with 31 years
in the profession. Member of "Knifemakers Guild" since 1979.
As a full time knifemaker, he has received many Awards such as
"Best Hunting Knife" Southern California Blade Show, "Number
One Tactical Knife Award-1999" Contemporary Metal Werks Expo
etc. He was the first custom knifemaker to introduce the
Tanto-style blade to the United State, and made some
collaborative design works with Spyderco for Bob Lum Folding
Tanto and Bob Lum Chinese Folder, and with Seki-Cut for Bom
Lum Encounters. His latest work was with Benchmade for the
We've lost a very talented Knife maker
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