Chevron or Wheat twist, forge welding twists

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  • Published on:  Saturday, February 16, 2019
  • When you have ability to forge weld, it opens up all sorts of possibilities in your forged iron work. Things like this wheat or chevron twist rely on forge welding the component part both before and after the twist.

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  • Darrell Kinnaman

    Darrell Kinnaman

     yesterday

    Looks amazing!

  • TJ Kyes

    TJ Kyes

     6 days ago

    I want to see the outtakes

  • GOTHIC ANGEL

    GOTHIC ANGEL

     7 days ago +1

    From Egypt with love.👍

  • lena5669

    lena5669

     7 days ago

    That looks so tasty

  • Anthropos Christis

    Anthropos Christis

     7 days ago

    Looks Great!

  • Daisho Ember

    Daisho Ember

     7 days ago

    why do i have the sudden urge to make a mid pattern damascus billet, apply this to the end as a handle, and then make a knife out of it . . . can just imagine this as a knife handle in a moderate damascus XD

  • medicbabe2ID

    medicbabe2ID

     7 days ago

    Instant sub for "gee" and "haw" 🤩

  • Theodore Hyatt

    Theodore Hyatt

     7 days ago +1

    I don't see a millennium ever doing anything like this

  • Ricky Burton

    Ricky Burton

     14 days ago

    Why does your anvil not ring?😳😕🤯

  • don logan

    don logan

     14 days ago +1

    Thank you very much and I'll try this technique very soon. God Bless

  • Mal M

    Mal M

     14 days ago

    Truly brilliant, watch the safety message though. Watched you twist the bale wire on and scoop some of the coke into the fire, with bare hands. Legendary by the way 👍

  • Sandro de Souza Santos

    Sandro de Souza Santos

     14 days ago

    Jesus te ama

  • The Outsider

    The Outsider

     14 days ago

    Extremely interesting & informative; thank you.

  • Ardea cinerea

    Ardea cinerea

     21 days ago

    I like the way you explain...many blacksmiths keep secrets and don´t teach.

  • Ardea cinerea

    Ardea cinerea

     21 days ago

    Hi, nice movie. I am foreigner..and don´t understand "bailing wire"...how do you write it in English? You tell in 7:15 (whole movie = 24:33 min)

  • K Ricker

    K Ricker

     21 days ago

    Its a lost art sold out to overseas cheap labor. This is the sort of thing that needs to be passed on to generations. Very nice.

  • michel dépotvente

    michel dépotvente

     21 days ago

    belle vidéo beau travail dommage que je ne comprend pas l'anglais , peu t'on traduire ?

  • Pat Moore

    Pat Moore

     21 days ago

    I like the aesthetic of the split in the end I think that is character and detail. I know you know it is a fail in the weld and you want to "fix" it but also consider that there is no strength needed there and sometime gaps are attractive.

  • Carl P

    Carl P

     21 days ago

    Nice work 5 star

  • Carl P

    Carl P

     21 days ago +1

    This guy sounds like dr. Phil his voice