Steve Sells

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    Ft Wayne IN, USA Fenris Forge LLC
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    Bladesmithing, Jujitsu


  • Location
    Ft Wayne Indiana, USA
  • Biography
    Father of 2, Grandfather of 2
  • Interests
    Bladesmithing, Jujuitsu
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  1. Over there at the bolt store I am sure. In case you had not thought about it, the world is a large place, and there is more than one vise maker as well, It is like asking what tire does my car need
  2. Do you know what you are talking about, we sure dont
  3. All steel is a carbon steel Steel is by definition an alloy of carbon and iron have you researched Tungsten Carbide tips?
  4. making a statement like you did about the fibers not being a real issue is very irresponsible
  5. poster hasnt returned since making this post :(
  6. How does any UV light come from it? it is IR that we are trying to stop here
  7. Steve Sells

    Large I Beam

    Since this is about presses, I will relocate it, because we actually have an entire section devoted to presses
  8. good looking pattern, very even distribution
  9. Psssst......... O1 is a chrome containing steel that also can air harden when working, not a good choice for a new smith
  10. There are Chinese markets that sell them, You didnt say where in the 160 countries that call IFI Home you aee located, so its hard to offer any suggestions
  11. sales posts in tailgating only stay online for about 30 days, we dont spam the membership with old sales posts so we remove them after they expire
  12. no matter what your posting from, the math is as I stated. it seems the Chinese didn't translate too well
  13. 3.5 amps at 120 volts is less than 1/6 Hp. A 3/4 Hp motor will be about 8 inches around and draw 13.8 amps which will just about max out a 15 amp circuit HF lists a 1/3 Hp motor for their 1x30 at 7.8 amps so which is it ?
  14. Since he could not understand that 'SUPPLY' meant to connect power supply at that point I wanted to be clear in my response to avoid more confusion. This is a world wide forum and he only stated UK power, English may not be his first language either, explaining his misuse of terms, I don't speak Welsh, Hindi or Gaelic and can only imagine how my words would come across if I tried