guitargeekforjesus: very helpful video, thanks for posting. I am a novice blacksmith and I want to build my own charcoal forge instead of propane (just like the idea better) and I kept hearing people say that you couldn't forge weld without a propane forge. so thanks for the information!
Conley custom ironwork: I never flux my welds unless I am making Damascus but if your making trace hooks,chains fire pokers,ect you don't really need it
ds productions: does borax help steel stick? is it needed?
Eth4487: That little trick with the coat hanger is brilliant, Thank you sir ^_^
Dominic Bruno: Thank you.
Steven Short: with a nice informational video like that you just earned a subscriber sir
WoodwardBMX 1939: how much does borax cost?
KROSNIT: I am one of those beginners, and I thank you very much for this informational video!
Eye Ball: great video
Luciffrit: Make sure the coat hanger isn't galvanised steel. Breathing in the fumes can kill you.
Teia McElroy: I liked how you showed how to do forge wielding, I liked the tip about the coat hook,
Grant Tevelde: you can use a magnet to check if its at temp if the magnet sticks then its not if it doesn't then you are good to go.
Lamdrew: Gearin says he has no idea what you're saying, but i think he's crazy. You have a great voice. Stay enunciated you. x
Cowboycomando54: Does any one know how to forge weld two separate pieces of steel together because I need to do so in order to repair a set of tongs I have been working on I and I don't think a MIG welder will work.
DrivenByDiamond: One thing I learned the hard way, if your metal is burning, do not strike it. It needs to cool a bit first. I tried striking a piece of metal while it was still sparking, and it sprayed molten metal everywhere. Got a nice pea size hole burned in my thigh.
honkong bluee: that's the best tip yet with the coat hanger. great I struggle what is or isn't for welding heat thanks for that.Great vid
Jason McCoid: Hell yeah, thanks Bland County Survivorman for the video! I was able to successfully perform my first forge weld today. Keep em' comin!