Jeff Seelye

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About Jeff Seelye

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    Michigan (right in the palm of your right hand)
  • Interests
    Ornamental Ironwork, welding, Log houses, Tools, Woodworking

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  1. I have seen both nuts and bolts drilled and a wire attached as well as bolts drilled and Castle Nuts used.
  2. Wow, I had to Google "Xeriscaping" Never had that problem before! It's either Snowing or green here.
  3. Jim, best thing I can think of is to put 2 pieces of coal in your pocket and by the time you land in Fla. they should be warm enough to light. "Flying out on Monday" Sheesh, Come back and watch us thaw out in the spring!
  4. check the avatar, we made these from the MABA Nov Dec 2012 magazine
  5. Thank you Frank T. for the tong idea. I have some offset ones but I like that idea!
  6. Hi Enoch, Welcome! Jim Coke (above) has good advise here, MABA is very helpful and well worth joining,also the Woldumar Nature Center has a blacksmith group. If you need info on either of these, PM me. I'm not on here every day, but I try and keep up. Again welcome!
  7. I like the design on the Chef's Knife
  8. Does anything here help? I have a Victor 100C that uses the same tips and I use the same pressures. Make sure you turn your acetylene up far enough to clear the smoke off the tip before adding the oxygen
  9. OK besides the PPE issue... Do this in a well ventilated area because when I did this, all the stuff in the immediate area got rusty quicker, if this is not an issue, just ignore. Just be warned, you are putting acid in the air and it will land on something. I use acids for color and I have learned over time to watch what is around me when I am doing this.
  10. Very nice work on the scroll ends!