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Entravix

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  • Birthday 12/26/1989

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  1. Will put the forge building on hold until I make sure about all those thing, Geoff and Doug! Thanks!
  2. Bruce, It's a room already built, we're planning for at least 2 fans each wall, high up top. And it has a huge window (my house dates from 1930 or so), but this window won't ventilate much, just let some air in. We don't have a lot of free space for a clean room design, I will try to create one or think of something in my journey, but for now I will have to stick with this room I've
  3. Geoff, Thanks for your respones. I'm not thinking about having the forge inside my house. Me and my brother (he is an architect) are projecting it to stay in a room that's in my backyard. It's made of concrete and bricks, just as the house, but we're planning on putting exhaust fans around the walls to get the monoxide out. Is that a bad idea? That wouldn't be a shed or a garage, but would be out and away of the house (and, of course, I will use a mask all the time of work). ~Edit~ Thannks B. Norris, will look up to it and I intend trying to educate the children about the dangers
  4. Hello guys , I'm Emanuel. I'm a Brazilian and I'm very interested in knife making. I'm entering the journey of bladesmithing with my brother, we will build a little shop together. I have 3 books coming my way from Amazon (The Jim P book about the bladesmithing basics, the 50$ knife shop and The Backyard Blacksmithing) a few days and have been doing the reading on this forum for a week or two (i've a lot of free time right now, as I'm a response from a job interview). So I've read most of the basics from the beginners forum, but I still have some specific questions that I will ask in this
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