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    Interesting what can be done with 10" of wire and the application of heat and force...

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    Slowly but surely the iron responds to my will...

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    You did that? That's pretty freaking cool.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by lumpy View Post
    You did that? That's pretty freaking cool.
    Sure did. Thanks!
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    Nice work Guy! You accomplished some nice reducing radii.
    Hard to scale it just using the photo. What's the size of that curly thang?
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    Thanks Rick! It is a wrist/forearm band.
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    A fire place poker, includes forge welding and a cool angle technique...





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