Example: Raijin is a one of a kind katana crafted using a combination of low-carbon and high carbon steel; this alloy is known as Tamahagane, which possesses trace amounts of black sand, used to produce iron. The thirty-six inch by one eighth of an inch thick blade is layered in rich twenty-four karat diamond, in three layers, making Raijin thrice more difficult to rend and also permeable to supreme sharpness. Such an edge could easily tear through flesh, bone, and various metals, such as aluminum-grade aircraft material, with a single swing. The tsuba of secret is approximately six inches in circular diameter, taking an ovular shape formed from magnesium tensor, which features a matte black finish. Its purpose obviously is to guard against strikes dealt to the upper portion of the dominant hand and fingers used in the preferred stance. The tsuka, on the other hand, is cylindrical and lengthed a single twelve inches by eight inches in width. Materials used are entirely different; white oak forms the gripped portion, adorned in magnificent pitch ray skin formed in the rare maedare-gise style, showing elegance. On top, simple matching black silk forms a diamond pattern from tsuba to kashira. Lastly, the saya of Raijin is crafted from magnesium tensor, lacquered in similar fashion to the tsuba. The interior is lined with red velvet to prevent staining within the inner core, while keeping the blade's flawless sheen. Every aspect of the saya fits the gentle curve of the blade, allowing for high-speed draws when needed. A high-frequency blade is a sword reinforced by a powerful alternating current and resonates at extremely high frequencies. This oscillation weakens the molecular bonds of anything it cuts, thereby increasing its cutting ability. Striking, cutting, and thrusting attacks are performed with the blade, with the sharpened edge and point used for lethal attacks, and the blunt edge used as a clubbing weapon. Sladelius were also able to wield the blade with such accuracy and speed that they were able to deflect bullets. Aforementioned tsuba's midsection feature's a polished gold cover to conceal a specialized oscillator that produces a little surprise. An electronic oscillator is an electronic circuit that produces a repetitive, oscillating electronic signal, often a sine wave or a square wave. Oscillators convert direct current from a power supply to an alternating current signal. They are widely used in many electronic devices.