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Discussion in 'Photo Album' started by gfercaks33, Apr 17, 2016.
Thanks! That was awesome; what was glowing red beneath the iron you were heating up?
the bricks in the forge glow red as they get hotter.
More Christmas stuff. Just some scraps I had to get rid of.
I made the little one and wifey ordered 3 more.
Awesome forge. I may have to build one. Lots of junk brass that the local scrap yard won't take, and the wife is getting into some glass works that require a forge to melt and form the glass.
When you did the twist on your iron did you have a tube to twist it in so it would stay straight?
A coworker before I retired built a tube to make wrought iron stair balusters for his new home. He used a torch vs a forge (as the gas was free at work) putting one end into a vise and the other end into a hydraulic wrench to twist them. Turned out really well, so that's why I was wondering how you got that twist into it.
That's strange. The picture shows up in my post and your copy of my post. I'll try it a different way.
That works. I couldn't see them either. Nice work!
Yep, that works. Once again, very nice!
Bragging on my wife again. She’s fancying up a pair of shoes. She’s actually bought several pairs to fancy up. This one is a work in progress