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Davor

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  1. Thank you for all the kind words. Only thing that would make look better would be if tapered all the way from the handle. But working only by hand that would be alot of hammering.
  2. Having a bit of fun before I have to go to work.
  3. Thank you, I do plan to revisit this stile of handle, I also like it, first time making it.
  4. Well I don't know how it's called, but close enough.
  5. Here is a picture of some hooks I've been making. And you can see the anvil also. It's a section of a rail road track.
  6. It's smooth, but it has a bit of bite to it starting but very little. It's more because the door is putting a bit of tension to it. To clarify, it is smooth when operating without the other half. I guess this will be a better explanation.
  7. The latch is barely stiff enough. But I'm not messing with it till it becomes a problem.
  8. I’ve been a member of the forum for a long time but I have moved house and changed jobs so I didn’t have time, a place or the set up to forge. Well now I do. Still working on a railroad anvil, I do have real anvil just waiting for a stump or a tripod and time. How ever the door handles are for my little shop where I do all kinds of stuff not just blacksmithing, so don’t expect to much content right away.
  9. Something a bit different. I didn't have much time for blacksmithing but this is also heated in the forge and hammered on an anvil. First a couple magnifying glasses for about a two dollars. Then a copper pipe. Flattening bit by bit. Then a grove down the middle. And now forming a circle. Now the glass is very sensitive, just by trying to adjust it by hand it chipped, so I gave up and formed around the glass itself. Then some small bits I don’t have pictures how I made them but you get the idea. And this
  10. If it isn’t red don't hit it. Well at least don’t hit it hard. I’ve hit a piece of coiled spring hard when it was too cold and it jumped back and hit me in the face. Busted lip and a red mark across my face, luckily no scars.
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