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Danny Hauger has written 2 articles, has received +1 recommendations and is currently the #5 ranked expert in this subject.
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Spring is here once again and it is time to get that metal, outdoor furniture and all those Bar-B-Q Grill looking spiffy again before your guests start arriving. The hardest part of that process has always been the rust removal which must be done before we can go to work with the spray gun or those aerosol cans of Rust—Oleum paints. Back in the day that meant a lot of labor intensive work with scrapers, wire brushes, and emery cloth or sandpaper. Today, rust removal has become almost e...
Published by Jerry Walch 82 months ago in Metalworking & Blacksmithing | +4 votes | 4 comments
A cordless drill can save treacherous torture on your extremities. It will prevent the countless torque and twisting of individual screws and nails. Though seemingly simple, a few tips before rocking those nailsÂ’ world will help your efficiency and end production.
Published by Danny Hauger 86 months ago in Metalworking & Blacksmithing | +0 votes | 0 comments
Making the cut with a miter saw requires preparation and proper technique. With great power comes responsibility to produce results. A miter saw is a skilled instrument for cutting and making joints. Follow these ten tips to help you cut, trim, and design with op scale precision.
Published by Danny Hauger 86 months ago in Metalworking & Blacksmithing | +1 votes | 0 comments
A DIY stake anvil, in the fashion of early iron age anvils.
Published by Robert Swim 88 months ago in Metalworking & Blacksmithing | +3 votes | 1 comments
Metal framing construction is used for many commercial buildings. Metal framing is made in factories, and are fabricated for easy on the job assembly at the construction site.
Published by TracyAnn 93 months ago in Metalworking & Blacksmithing | +3 votes | 2 comments
Although their uses are the same, these substances are quite different. Could it be their name or it might be something else?
Published by Savastru Liviu 104 months ago in Metalworking & Blacksmithing | +1 votes | 0 comments
Answer to Fuel for blacksmithing
Published by Robert Swim 104 months ago in Metalworking & Blacksmithing | +1 votes | 0 comments
You can make new hardware look like antique hardware in a matter of minutes using a diluted solution of muriatic acid and a torch.
Published by Jerry Walch 107 months ago in Metalworking & Blacksmithing | +9 votes | 6 comments
Low-cost blacksmithing. Yes, you too can be an anvil-head! Here is my just completed low-to-no cost suggestion for an anvil, will include pictures
Published by Robert Swim 117 months ago in Metalworking & Blacksmithing | +0 votes | 1 comments
How brazing differs from silver soldering and welding
Published by Jerry Walch 119 months ago in Metalworking & Blacksmithing | +2 votes | 2 comments
The type of fuel you use to forge steel depends upon the wind, what type of setup you have, and the amount of air you can get into and control your forge. The gas forge, which is probably the one most professionals will use, has a good many advantages over coal/coke or charcoal fires, but seriously, with practice you can get good results and adequate heats just using lump charcoal, which is not the briquettes, but the natural charcoal that still looks like wood, the briquettes burn away and leav...
Published by Robert Swim 121 months ago in Metalworking & Blacksmithing | +2 votes | 0 comments
Published by Jerry Walch 124 months ago in Metalworking & Blacksmithing | +9 votes | 4 comments
Published by Jerry Walch 124 months ago in Metalworking & Blacksmithing | +2 votes | 0 comments
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