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Maybe there is a thread on this topic in this very large web site. Being spanking new to this site, I can't find that thread. OK guys be gentle, I am completely new to the forging and stock removal methods in knife making. Building a propane forge is out of the realm of possibilities. I have been using a coal forge, a forged steel anvil and a Little Giant 25lb power hammer in my shop for about 2 years. I am setting up a KMG in the shop at present. That being said, I am in the market for a commercially produced 2 burner propane forge. The budget is $500 including shipping. I have looked at the Diamondback and the Majestic. Any recommendations.
Hey guys. Teaching myself blacksmithing. I don't have a mentor. I am just reading this forum/books and watching videos. I was hoping someone who has a propane forge similar to the majestic or diamondback model could shoot a quick youtube video of an ideal flame. Does your flame lick out over the top edge of the forge? Does that mean it's too big? I am not certain if I am using too small of a flame or too large. I just assembled the forge and have no real way to confirm it is operating as it should be. I guess it's my anal nature where propane is concerned to be both cautious and over prepared for operating the forge. Do I want to see a blue flame and a solid looking jet flame? Do i want mostly a yellow flame with just a little blue at the nozzle? I have no basis for comparison. If you can't do a video, a picture or description would be great. Sorry that image is gigantic. First time posting an image. I'll look for a guide. Maybe I need to resize it.