In this Instructable I show you how to make a high efficiency propane forge. I have made a few forges so I have a good idea how they go together but I will give reference and credit to Ron Reil and his designs, that is where I learned how to build them over 12 years ago.This forge can be used for knife making, blacksmithing, glass making or anything else you can think of that requires heating up stuff to a really hot temperature.I have access to a welder so I was able to weld some parts…

In this Instructable I show you how to make a high efficiency propane forge. I have made a few forges so I have a good idea how they go together but I will give reference and credit to Ron Reil and his designs, that is where I learned how to build them over 12 years ago.This forge can be used for knife making, blacksmithing, glass making or anything else you can think of that requires heating up stuff to a really hot temperature.I have access to a welder so I was able to weld some parts…

Knife Making With Basic Tools

Knife Making With Basic Tools

Knife Making Tools,Knives

DIY Knife Logo Metal Etching How To Project. How to easily etch any name or logo into metal. This process uses a battery charger, vinegar, and salt. check out our other Knife Making ideas. http://www.diyeasycrafts.com/

DIY Knife Logo Metal Etching How To Project. How to easily etch any name or logo into metal. This process uses a battery charger, vinegar, and salt. check out our other Knife Making ideas. http://www.diyeasycrafts.com/

common outdoor knife shapes, clip point, drop point, sheepsfoot, skinner, wharncliffe, caping, spey point, pen knife, tanto, parts of a knife

A Visual Guide to Common Outdoor Knife Shape

common outdoor knife shapes, clip point, drop point, sheepsfoot, skinner, wharncliffe, caping, spey point, pen knife, tanto, parts of a knife

To make my own diveknife: Soup Can forge and Knife Making DIY

How to Make a Soup Can Forge

Many deer antlers are too curved to be used as-is for knife handles, but you can straighten them so that they can accept the tang of a blade. Once you've straightened an antler, you can prepare and attach it to a knife blade without needing adhesives.

How to Straighten a Deer Antler for a Knife Handle

Many deer antlers are too curved to be used as-is for knife handles, but you can straighten them so that they can accept the tang of a blade. Once you've straightened an antler, you can prepare and attach it to a knife blade without needing adhesives.

By Dennis Hall. Old 10" saw blade, metal discolored from the annealing process. Blades ready to harden.

By Dennis Hall. Old 10" saw blade, metal discolored from the annealing process. Blades ready to harden.

Knifemaking: Make a Knife from an Old Wrench | How TO Be Resourceful And How To Make A Survival Tool | Survival Skills And Emergency Preparedness by Survival Life at http://survivallife.com/2016/01/07/knifemaking-make-knife-from-old-wrench/

Knifemaking: How to Make a Knife from an Old Wrench

Knifemaking: Make a Knife from an Old Wrench | How TO Be Resourceful And How To Make A Survival Tool | Survival Skills And Emergency Preparedness by Survival Life at http://survivallife.com/2016/01/07/knifemaking-make-knife-from-old-wrench/

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