New axe maker

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About New axe maker

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  • Birthday 05/08/1991

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  1. First forge weld the weld stuck isn't the prettiest weld out there and I think I hit it too hard and caused the top ton smush over while the middle welded. And i had some problems getting one side to bend over properly.
  2. I made a thing

    Same here. Once I get better I'll attempt that.
  3. I made a thing

    I kept it in the dragons breath for a couple seconds than pull it out let it air cool for a 5 to 10 seconds. And repeat until the metal is black and the marbles solidified. Than I did that a few more times. Than I left it on top of the fire brick on the forge for about 30min than I let it cool normally.
  4. I made a thing

    I'll have to take a new picture of it. But I melted them took roughly 15-20min to get all 6 of them to slump and slowly cool off.
  5. I made a thing

    At the local meet up I did a rope twist that I saw in a book my fiancé got me for Christmas. So I melted marbles into it and made. Well? A thing.
  6. Free forge

    I'll have to try that. Thanks.
  7. Free forge

    Any tips on getting anthracite coal to light easier I fought it for about 45min before it would ignite.
  8. Free forge

    I was thinking flexible aluminum dryer vent hose. If I can find it small enough.
  9. Free forge

    It's the same size as the pipe.
  10. Free forge

    Haha yea I realized the can was there. After I shut the forge off. That could've been bad. The forge seems pretty stable though. I use propane mainly but I've always wanted to play with coal. Just have to tweak with this forge a bit. Propane is easier but coal is more fun.
  11. Free forge

    I like that idea for the paddle. But I need connect to the pipe first. I have to hold it onto the pipe.
  12. Free forge

    Managed to get a free coal forge and 15 gal of non smithing coal. It burns and heats metal just a pain to get started. And a free electric blower. Still needs an air gate but it works.
  13. Nimba anvil

    Tripod style square tubing with angle iron to hold the anvil steady.
  14. Nimba anvil

    It has a loud but beautiful ring to it. Need to build a stand for it now.
  15. Nimba anvil

    I'm having a hard time dealing with it being flat and nice edges. I don't know how to use those. We can hit her anytime!