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IBuildStuff
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Monday

Hey @Noyade , yeah my dad has been saying the same. It certainly does simplify cutting! I bought a Ryobi 18V mitre saw and Diablo Steel Demon blade th ...

IBuildStuff
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Sunday

@Noyade nah I don't have one either. I have a Ryobi 18V angle grinder with a pack of CraftRight cutting discs that I use to make strategic cross cuts ...

IBuildStuff
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7 replies
Sunday

Thanks @MitchellMc, totally agree. There are more tradable commodities out there outside of money I was looking at the offcut from that first farrier ...

IBuildStuff
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9 replies
Saturday

PS: Since I last posted, I've acquired some proper fire bricks to get the forge temps up, made a bearded viking axe and started making a knife which f ...

IBuildStuff
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10 replies
Saturday

@EricL @Noyade Yup, the key to changing the shape of even the most stubborn steel is to apply heat to achieve the same as annealing, which is relaxin ...

IBuildStuff
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2 replies
4 weeks ago

Hi Graeme (@Noyade ) Thanks mate, I used some brass bolts for the pins that were ground down to a snug fit, hammered in and epoxied in place along wit ...

IBuildStuff
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3 replies
a month ago

Well done @prettyliving , it looks so good. I picked up an old doll house off Facebook a while back with the same idea and have been waiting for inspi ...

IBuildStuff
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5 replies
a month ago

Quick update from my side: I finally managed to complete the forging of my first knife. While it won't be winning any awards, it was a great learning ...

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Noyade
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Monday

Hi @IBuildStuff I think you would enjoy and appreciate something like a propane/oxygen torch. You already have the propane. I'm still an amateur - bu ...

Noyade
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Sunday

Hi again @IBuildStuff A while back I saw this fencing bar at bunnings and thought I could replicate it for a cheaper price. But in the end I over-eng ...

Noyade
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6 replies
Sunday

Hi @MitchellMc and @IBuildStuff I'm learning new things every day on this site. I had to Google CSGO Mitchell to understand what's going on above. An ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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8 replies
Sunday

Love the axe @IBuildStuff! I've been working on a tomahawk for a close friend for a while now. Really cool to see you bring a virtual knife to life. ...

Noyade
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Friday

Hi @EricL I gave up trying heat. In the end I just cut the two sides, folded them down and welded 'shark fins' into the gaps.

Noyade
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3 replies
a month ago

The knife looks good.How do you do the riveting for the handle?I noticed the precise regulator adjustment on your propane bottle - does the forge cons ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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4 replies
a month ago

Hi @IBuildStuff Thank you so much for the photo updates. This is starting to look like a very serious hobby. That hammer rack is very impressive, th ...

prettyliving
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Hey everyone, thought I’d share a Kmart dollhouse I recently gave a makeover. I’ve attached some before & after pics as well as some pics & a run down ...

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IBuildStuff
Junior Contributor
Monday

Hey @Noyade , yeah my dad has been saying the same. It certainly does simplify cutting! I bought a Ryobi 18V mitre saw and Diablo Steel Demon blade th ...

IBuildStuff
Junior Contributor
2 replies
Sunday

@Noyade nah I don't have one either. I have a Ryobi 18V angle grinder with a pack of CraftRight cutting discs that I use to make strategic cross cuts ...

IBuildStuff
Junior Contributor
7 replies
Sunday

Thanks @MitchellMc, totally agree. There are more tradable commodities out there outside of money I was looking at the offcut from that first farrier ...

IBuildStuff
Junior Contributor
9 replies
Saturday

PS: Since I last posted, I've acquired some proper fire bricks to get the forge temps up, made a bearded viking axe and started making a knife which f ...

IBuildStuff
Junior Contributor
10 replies
Saturday

@EricL @Noyade Yup, the key to changing the shape of even the most stubborn steel is to apply heat to achieve the same as annealing, which is relaxin ...

IBuildStuff
Junior Contributor
2 replies
4 weeks ago

Hi Graeme (@Noyade ) Thanks mate, I used some brass bolts for the pins that were ground down to a snug fit, hammered in and epoxied in place along wit ...

IBuildStuff
Junior Contributor
3 replies
a month ago

Well done @prettyliving , it looks so good. I picked up an old doll house off Facebook a while back with the same idea and have been waiting for inspi ...

IBuildStuff
Junior Contributor
5 replies
a month ago

Quick update from my side: I finally managed to complete the forging of my first knife. While it won't be winning any awards, it was a great learning ...

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