Irondragon Forge & Clay

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  1. Welcome aboard Roger... Have you read this yet? READ THIS FIRST
  2. Welcome aboard... I would say the OR is a prior owners initials. It looks like one of the Russian ASO anvils that Harbor Freight was importing back in the day. It would help to know your location, hence the suggestion to edit your profile to show it. This thread would help you with getting the best out of IFI.. READ THIS FIRST
  3. Correct... and if you, like me love to stare into the forge be sure to do it with proper IR glasses, unless you want premature Blacksmith Cataracts.
  4. You might want to edit this and remove the @tag's. Using the @ name on the forum
  5. Welcome aboard... Have you read this yet? It will help with the idiosyncrasies of the forum. READ THIS FIRST Usually bumping an old thread, without any other dialog is frowned upon. Did you have a question? If you edit your profile to show your location, we won't have to dun ya for it when an answer requires knowing where in the world you are located.
  6. The main thing to be worried about when using a propane forge inside an attached garage is Carbon Monoxide poisoning. CO is insidious and will infiltrate the whole house so it is a good idea to use the forge outside. Install CO detectors in the garage and several locations in the living areas. I usually wait till the forge is just warm to the touch to bring it inside.
  7. Welcome aboard and you are doing just fine. If you haven't seen this yet, I recommend it to get the best out of the forum. READ THIS FIRST
  8. Go up to the sign out on your name and click on profile. Once that page is up look over to the left where your avatar is and click on the little icon in the left bottom corner which brings up a box to download a avatar picture.
  9. If that 150 is in KGs then it should weigh around 330 pounds U.S. Oops just noticed the title.
  10. Welcome aboard from a southern long distance neighbor.
  11. Welcome to IFI... Have you read this yet? It will help you get the best out of the forum. READ THIS FIRST Cheap and internet is truly a contradiction of terms. There is a supplier section in the Knife Making Classes forum. https://www.iforgeiron.com/forum/151-knife-class-reference-material/
  12. This thread was discussing post/leg vises, not bench vises. The pivot bolt discussed on this old thread holds the moveable jaw to the stationary one. The part you show the picture of is not a leg vise. Have you read this yet? READ THIS FIRST We still don't know where in the world you are located, hence the suggestion to edit your profile to show location.
  13. Unless I've gone cross eyed the pyro I see is at 2379...close enough.
  14. I would be afraid of using any heat on it not knowing what metal it is cast from. If you do a low temp solder may work.