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  • My coal forge

    Here are pics. of my coal forge I finshed Friday . It was all migged by me . It is made from 1/4 inch plate, 3 inch c-channel, and something my cousin found at his work which is 3/4 inch cast iron for the firepot.
    The forge `s name is the Redneck Inferno !

    Inferno Forge

    Chris

  • #2
    Since we are on the topic of forges...

    Does anyone have a source for forge coal? A friend of mine wants to dabble in it a little but needs a coal source. I've found the powered stuff that power plants use, but not the chunks. Obviously it would have to be some sort of mail order type operation that dealt in small quantities.

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    • #3
      well penn coal I`am not sure what their website is though ,or blacksmithsdepot.com, also have him check out anvilfire.com , & iforgeiron.com

      Inferno Forge

      Chris

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      • #4
        is there a pot or something that goes over top ? it doesnt look very big to me
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        • #5
          have you ever blacksmithed before??? if your talking about the hood when I put it in my shop yeah . and it is 3ft. by 3ft. and the firepot is like 15inchs

          Inferno Forge

          Chris

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          • #6
            Originally posted by wireburner View Post
            have you ever blacksmithed before??? if your talking about the hood when I put it in my shop yeah . and it is 3ft. by 3ft. and the firepot is like 15inchs
            no, that is why i asked
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            • #7
              ok . I was going to say you`ve blacksmithed and don`t know this stuff . but thankfully I don`t have to . It is a very COOL thing to learn /do I just got my 110lb. anvil & hammers today

              Inferno Forge

              Chris

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              • #8
                A well constructed forge that should work great, let us know how it goes
                when you light it up.

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                • #9
                  blacksmithing coal source

                  Reboy Supply near Buffalo has good smithing coal and good service. They ship anywhere.

                  http://www.reboysupply.com/coal.htm

                  Have fun.

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                  • #10
                    I`ll post pics. when i get to light er` up maybe saturday

                    Inferno Forge

                    Chris

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