Anyone else into forge work?


#21

I love working with hot stuff


#22

It’s like a bacon-press for metal! :rofl:


#23

Mmmmm, bacon!


#24

Mmmmmm bacon… :yum:


#25

Machine gun Bacon


#26

I stand in awe of folks who create projects that satisfy visual directions, but also are useful as are tools and other items that have purpose. I am exceedingly impressed with @moisinvirus work in metals, perhaps you guys can ‘compare notes’


#27

Already a subscriber of his. :smiley:


#28

Current knife project. Homemade Damascus.

Shot of wavy pattern on blade edge (not ground at all in this section yet)

Side shot, hard to see the pattern

Other side


#29

Sweet! You can see it, just a lot of scale in the way.
I would love to get into that some day.

I have to build a forge first. Do you use propane on your forge?


#30

Very nice work!


#31

Fantastic work!!!


#32

Wow! Amazing Work!


#33

I am very much into forge work, but first I need to get space, forge, anvil, tools, oh and… knowledge.

Cant wait to see more


#34

I have both a propane and a coal forge. Most bladework happens in the propane forge.

Where are you located?


#35

Minnesota.


#36

Well that is not close enough for you to come play in the forge. Pity.


#37

He may be motivated by the temperature there :cold_face: