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Awesome video thanks! But have to ask, you ever burn your legs from wearing shorts? Lol
is that 3/4 round?
Thank you for sharing this really interesting technique. I'm very much an amateur blacksmith at this point, but it was quite easy and quick to knock out a variant of these. https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10157617937697674&id=748602673The only thing I should have spent a bit more time on before riveting was cleaning up the boss area a touch more. I was able to work in enough clearance afterwards, but I'll keep this in mind the next time I play with this technique. Thanks again for sharing this!
Do they work nice I’m flipping out here
GOOD one mate
Que de chauffes,pour faire ça....en plus,en poinçonnant,on perd un peu de matière au niveau du trou,et ça fait un point de faiblesse.
very nice glen I like the simplicity of these.
Been admiring your style of smithing for some time now. Today I was especially impressed with this "experiment" and wanted to encourage you. I am always a fan of doing something the smart (and often easier) way so keep up with your innovations. It is one of your strongest attributes. Thanks for sharing because your technique/style is inspirational to others in your field. I certainly WISH I could get hold of an anvil like the one you have. Maybe you can enlighten on the how and where of manufacture so others might locate one?
This is a pretty slick method.
just curious, do you have wooden floors in your shop where your forge is?
Have you done a video on the anvil striking object in this video?
That's pretty slick. Good job.
magnifique , merci !
What type of steel did you use ?
3:15 you're paying my dentist bill
How do you make the pin?
4:00 uses tongs to make tongs