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I need some opinions. I have finished the shell of my new forge and will soon be starting to fill it with the insulation. I know its over kill but I'm using 2''Kao Wool with hardener to help support the 2'' ITC 100 HT. The outside dimensions are 14L x 13W x 13H. The final inside dimensions will be 14x5x5 350ci total for a 3/4'' single burner Ron Reil design (might change to a ''Mikey burner'' if I can get the time to go ta a buddy's machine shop to build it). I have been thinking of casting the flare cone into the refractory instead of a standard hole for it to fit down in. I'm thinking the mi
This is my second forge. I set up a friend's homestead with some basic blacksmithing tools. Can't wait to see what they make! The forge is an old BBQ sized propane tank with two layers of ceramic wool and a half inch of satanite. The burner is an 1 inch bore, eight inch barrel naturally aspirated propane type, positioned to generate a vortex inside the forge. The nozzle flare is formed from castable refractory, and the mouth of the burner tube is set back in the liner for protection. After tuning, it has a wide operating range and an impressive full-throttle burn. I got all the parts for
Hey guys, brand new to the site and I figured I'd throw out there what I'm doing with my Forge. This is my first time building a forge and I really don't know what I'm doing other than what I've seen in YouTube videos and on line forums like this. I've built a burner similar to something that I've seen kind of like a t style burner. This is sort of just a trial and error burner seems to work okay I don't know how hot the inner chamber will get. The main tube for the burner is 1 inch by 12 inch long black pipe nipple both Bell ends are 1 inch to inch and a half couplers with the threads mach