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Posted February 18, 2018
Yeah I agree
I can't wait to get started
Tomorrow I will start and will post updates on it
Posted February 17, 2018
I have one! Great
It was a nice idea though lol
Yeah I can't wait to get my hands dirty with this build.
Awesome, i mean I will definitely have a set up between hand bellowing and electric blower
I thought I could try it at least.
Seemed a steal
But can't wait to hear all future suggestions pertaining to my projects
Alright that's perfect, since it rains alot here I want to keep it a little back from the weather so I can work when it's hurricaning here lol but yes def want it as little light as possible.
I will take that into consideration.
Man I'm excited!!
Also found this at the flea market I know it's not practical for what I need but thought it was cool anyhow
Yeah I can see that.
Thanks for the input on it
I'm still deciding and blueprinting lol
First things first.
Light source ( I work until dark every day and here in Stuart Florida that means 6 30 ish....)
Thank you everyone
Posted February 16, 2018
Yes I'd love to see your progress pics, thanks.
Yea thanks for the info
That would be cool to.
Wow guys everyone has been super helpful, thanks again
Will do, and I will keep a new extinguisher ready just in case.
Wow thanks guys.
That's good information.
I've seen you help a lot of people Mr. Stevens and I'm just stoked you commented on my post,
Also Jasent thank you for your input too.
I will definitely take your guys consideration in building this forge.
I will post pics to update
Have a great day guys
Ok, so I have a nice 15*15 horse barn to convert to a small shop, and I'm wondering if these bricks would work for a charcoal forge, and also what kind of medium should I go with,. Mortar,clay?
Also want some small chimney of sorts
All help appreciated for a beginner blacksmith.