Welding Rod

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    38 N 600 W, Valparaiso, Indiana
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    Welding, woodworking, auto repair and body work, camping, roller skating, guitar and fiddling, antiques

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  1. Phone 2192410628

  2. Starting an Indiana blacksmith association chapter at my shop we will meet 1st Saturday of the month at 9:00 AM central time address is 38 n600w Valparaiso,Indiana 46385

  3. There is a definite 0 stamped in the side just right of center you can see it in the picture if you zoom in thanks black frog for the reply
  4. Here’s the picture I’m not sure if this is the one you need
  5. Here’s the bottom of the annvilanvil
  6. Thanks Thomas that makes sense will get a picture of the bottom tomorrow and post it
  7. For some reason somebody chiseled a bunch of cuts in the sides and feet don’t know why I’m trying to grind them smooth don’t see any names anywhere just numbers looked underneath didn’t notice any stamping will check further tonight at work now thanks for the reply where are you located I’m nortwest indiana
  8. Just purchased Ana anvil in Bucyrus Ohio last weekend it has 175 space 133801 stamped on the foot it has 2 Pritchett holes and a notch on the horn I’ve been told it’s a hay budden ferrier anvil got it for 365 bucks it’s a little abused but generally in good shape here are pics
  9. Thanks for the info !
  10. I just purchased a 175 pound anvil it has a sharp notch on the side of the horn and two Pritchett holes it’s 33 inches long someone said there was a hay Budden anvil made like this on the base there are the numbers 175 space then 133801ill send a picture of the numbers and anvil this is welding rod
  11. Found out it is an ACME probably sold through Sears thanks for the info
  12. Checked it out it is an ACME hadn’t seen the name on the left side just mounted it haven’t even tried it yet need to install a table thanks for the response
  13. Thanks for the input looks like your a fairly serious blacksmith looks like the one you have can be belt driven mine has a flywheel but it’s round not flat my handle length is adjustable for speed I believe and higher torque I do have a table shaft but have to fabricate a table I don’t suppose your anywhere near northwest Indiana I’d like to see your shop thanks again
  14. Yea probably won’t use it a lot but it should be a great conversation piece There’s no brand name on it but I do have a 1/2” chuck for it Thanks I have a 1/2” chuck for it still need to make a table but that should be fairly easy
  15. Found this automatic feed hand crank drill press at an antique shop in lower Michigan for 20 bucks it works perfectly and indexes the depth one notch at a time run by an eccentric off the flywheel pretty cool welding Rods my name Valparaiso Indiana