homemade diy anvil II - An exercise of stubbornness / Bigorna faça você mesmo

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  • Published on:  Monday, December 25, 2017
  • Homemade anvil using just scrap steel, welder, electrodes, angle grinder, grinding disks and flap disks. The estimated cost is about 300 USD.

    Bigorna faça você mesmo usando apenas ferro usado, máquina de soldar, electrodos, rebarbadora, discos de rebarbadora. Preço estimado em cerca de €250
  • Source: https://youtu.be/lSpXA0b33Fg
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  • Vincent Rosa

    Vincent Rosa

     6 months ago

    That's a lot of work but so far you're doing an excellent job

  • Chamary stigers

    Chamary stigers

     9 months ago

    Cool good job work on avinl

  • Goran Živković

    Goran Živković

     10 months ago

    Nice you must heat treating anvil

  • Sharifuddin Ibrahim

    Sharifuddin Ibrahim

     11 months ago

    Good patience for your efforts and work, maybe it just need to heat treating to balance the metal stress to avoid breakage due to britalness after all the hard work. Great Job.

  • Daniel Crawford

    Daniel Crawford

     a years ago

    Well been a year now. Just found this video. Talk about welding practice over many months!!! Congratulations on a job well done w such intensity of labor.

    So did you get her legs and hard facing done?
    How does she work for you?

    Blessed days sirSir, Crawford out

  • Joshua Rehaluk

    Joshua Rehaluk

     a years ago +1

    heyyyy welcome back

  • Rusty Pearson

    Rusty Pearson

     a years ago +1

    An exercise of stubbornness. It sure is. If you've seen any of my videos, you'll see we may be two peas from the same pod. Great Work!

  • Eu Toteu

    Eu Toteu

     2 years ago

    nice crow...

  • wrathofsocrus

    wrathofsocrus

     2 years ago +3

    It is a good feeling to have a long project turn out so great. Good work!

  • Targus Mack

    Targus Mack

     2 years ago +2

    By far the best homemade anvil I have ever seen! Certainly not a rail track ASO. Keep up the good work my fellow smith.

  • ian matthews

    ian matthews

     2 years ago +2

    Well done. Truly a labour of love

  • Charlie

    Charlie

     2 years ago

    Wow long time no hear anything from you then you publish a video like this!