Dave51B

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About Dave51B

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    Danville, In.
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    Antique Tractors and equipment

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  1. I had good luck with old plow cutters and disk blades, the curve is already there. Life is Good Dave
  2. Oooppps, not "iron in the hat". I meant "show and tell"...... my bad Dave
  3. Gary, I'll be looking for one of those in the next RSMA "iron in the hat". I had put some hickory slabs in.....did you get any? Dave
  4. I hear ya, been there done that..got the pension........Just try to watch the IBA website and find something close and in yer off time. There were just 2 meetings near Monrovia recently. Great shop and good people...I had a good time at both of em'. Dave
  5. That, and find an IBA satellite group near by....What part of the Hoosier State holds yer shadow? Dave
  6. If you are talking about, Ken D. in Columbus. I haven't been there. ( 1 1/2 hrs. from here ) I go to Johnson Co. Park. and Rushville shops tho. ( I really like the Rushville shop) I belong to the RSMA , IBA and Covered Bridge groups. You can check them out on FB and see some of my work......... life is good Dave
  7. I went to the IBA meeting today. Where was your hammer-in ? If ya don't mind me asking. Dave
  8. Gill....any chance yer go'in to the IBA meeting next month? Dave
  9. Any plans for an IFI group photo this year? I just simply call it the "Blacksmith Super Bowl" for lack of a better description..... Life is Good Dave
  10. Yeah, I was ask several times about popcorn....I have some Indian popcorn I grew awhile back. May have ta get some out. My good buddy posted a few vids on the Indiana Blacksmith Association facebook page, if ya wanna check me out with the corn. Dave
  11. I used corn again yesterday at a festival. It sure draws a crowd..... I finally figured out a bit, but still a ways to go. I did get a piece of 3/16"mild to melt, and forged some things.....more experience needed.... Life is good Dave
  12. In my limited experience with corn is getting it to "coke" as fast as it burns......and in my rivet forge, I could not get enough heat to melt mild steel. I could forge with corn, but welding not in the cards for me at this time....any suggestions more than welcome. Thanks Dave
  13. Check out the IBA (Indiana Blacksmith Association) website, you should find a few vids of us burning corn @ the fair...... Dave