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    I've got a bid on a small open hearth gas forge; it's only a single burner unit but large enough to try my hand at making some Damascus blades. This should be fun!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Winky View Post
    I've got a bid on a small open hearth gas forge; it's only a single burner unit but large enough to try my hand at making some Damascus blades. This should be fun!
    Post up Winky. Where did you get it? Ebay? I still need a brake drum, but I have the fan and speed control. Sort of went back burner, but with the cold weather coming, this could be a good project.
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    Winky
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    Had to drive to work during the last few minutes of the auction and someone out bid me ... oh well next time. I didn't know there was a youtube downloader ... I'm on it ... thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Winky View Post
    Had to drive to work during the last few minutes of the auction and someone out bid me ... oh well next time.
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    I'll check it out ... I was using EBay
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    If you buy on ebay you need it. You only pay for the items you win and the fees are not bad. By bidding at the last second (I usually set it for 2 seconds) you avoid bidding wars. And by setting the maximum price that you are willing to pay, in advance, you don't get sucked into that, maybe just a little more attitude that is so easy to do.
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    http://www.jbidwatcher.com/ is another option. It is free, but your computer must be on and connected at the end of the auction for it to work. I haven't done much ebaying (other than 'buy it now' vendors) recently, but used it a few years ago and liked it a lot.
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    Thanks guys I won an auction yesterday on a nice set of antique black smith tongs I'm going to referb and use ... also checking into different gas forges for knife making ... directly from the manufactures there are somenice ones out there but I don't want to get stuck with something that will be a PITA to replace liners.
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    very nice job!
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    built yesterday,glass (diameter 500 mm thickness 8mm)

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    Yahoo ... had the winning bid last night on a Thermal Arts Design Access #2 open hearth gas forge Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	8396 I need to make a horn and hardie on my piece of rail so I'll have a bigger anvil. Now I can make some scrolling jigs like Ruslan showed.
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    table made ​​for my wife's mother (New Year's gift)











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    Quote Originally Posted by donor76 View Post
    table made ​​for my wife's mother (New Year's gift)











    Excellent design,,what holds the glass top in place..
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    Very very nice donor76. I like all the follow up pics and shop pictures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by geezer View Post
    Excellent design,,what holds the glass top in place..
    I would say gravity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rambozo View Post
    I would say gravity.
    You figure gravity holds it huh,,,,heard about gravity,,,never seen it,,,can you describe it or show me a picture of one...lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by geezer View Post
    You figure gravity holds it huh,,,,heard about gravity,,,never seen it,,,can you describe it or show me a picture of one...lol
    This about sums it up....
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    Quote Originally Posted by agent4573 View Post
    This about sums it up....
    Thank's,,It's all clear to me now,,,,What is really happening is not what I see happening,,,,the glass looks like it is there,, but it is actually some place else,,,perhaps it has fallen to the floor and we have to wait to see it....
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    That table in the corner is awesome. Took me a minute to see how it managed to stand against the walls as the tabs are hidden well. Very nice.. I too am a little curious if there is something holding the glass to the metal to prevent the chance it would flip up with some weight set on the end with nothing in the corner. I wouldn't imagine this would happen but it is possible.
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    Well, you've done it again Ruslan; That is absolutely beuatiful!
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