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About kscar33

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    Dallas, TX
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    Black smithing, welding and fabrication, and generally anything outdoors!

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  1. Basically, I'm unsure how to throttle back my burner so that I'm not taking my forge to welding heat and holding it there every time I use it. I feel like my burner has only one setting and that's full bore... I guess I just need to play with the settings some more.
  2. Thanks for the heads guys, I didn't know you could do that... On a side note, when I first started making burners I quickly found your site. Between it and just a genuine curiosity I started to play with my burner assembly(s), and I have to say for about 6 months there did more piddling with my burner(s) than actual smithing! It's a hobby in it of itself. One thing I can't seem to figure out is using the needle valve for adjustment of the burner. So currently I have the typical setup for a forced air ribbon burner, with a ball valve for quick shut off and a needle valve for fine adjustme
  3. Hey guys, I've been a long time lurker and decided it's about time I properly introduce myself. I work a traditional 8-5, but after work and weekends I love to go out in the garage and build/weld/smith anything as long as it's outside. My brother and I have been smithing for a bout a year and a half, and we're on our 3rd forge design; I've lost count the number of times I have changed our burner design. Currently I am running a ribbon burner we casted out of Mizzou castable refractory and I'm loving it! I'm around the Dallas area and would love to meet other Smith's in the area! The little bit
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