Jump to content
  • Announcements

    • Alan Longmire

      IMPORTANT Registration rules   02/12/2017

      Use your real name or you will NOT get in.  No aliases or nicknames, no numerals in your name. Do not use the words knives, blades, swords, forge, smith (unless that is your name of course) etc. We are all bladesmiths and knifemakers here.  If you feel you need an exception or are having difficulty registering, send a personal email to the forum registrar here.  

Troels Saabye

Members
  • Content count

    140
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

8 Neutral

1 Follower

About Troels Saabye

  • Birthday 07/24/1992

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Denmark
  • Interests
    Rowing,bladesmithing,forging

Recent Profile Visitors

597 profile views
  1. What did you do in your shop today?

    I finished the scales for a straight razor I reasonly bought for 1 dollar xD decided to put solid sterling silver scales on. Hammered finish, It shaves like a dream - a bit on the heavy side 4 ounces in total. 3 of which is sterling silver ^^
  2. Coil springs

    Junk steel -> go with above given advices for instance, in my neck of the woods, the coils I got my hands on work well with water quenching NOT alot of stuff behaves well if you punish it by water quench
  3. belt grinder problems

    took quite a lot of thinking thanks !
  4. belt grinder problems

    Succes FINALLY ! it works ^^ 1000x better than hand filing
  5. belt grinder problems

    Okay... Still struggling with the tracking -.- .... enough for today, tomorrow I'll go completly simple, just a drive wheel and tracking wheel xD
  6. The price was right...

    You guys are one lucky bunch ;)... going to a massive flee-marked tomorrow, hopefully I find something good there
  7. What did you do in your shop today?

    I welded the mount on my Tire hammer ram, now a total of 240 pound ram ^^ next stop - welding the frame and bearing plates
  8. Lathe and milling machine ?

    Thanks AJ , yep new stuff tends to cost alot. Will do
  9. Lathe and milling machine ?

    Hi Im thinking about expanding the shop, and my abilities in it. I need a way to square stock, threading bolt,s larger diameter drilling etc. So I figured - Why not buy a lathe and a milling machine ? I watched a bunch of vids from Cal tech about the safety etc ( And i had 8 weeks training from past education) So why not But have any of you guys any experiences buying used machinery ? Preferably in Denmark though any advice regarding will be appreciated ! Im hoping to be able to make stuff from small screws,bolts and nuts to larger, maybe 1 meter axels or whatever my old man needs done at the farm
  10. How much of a beating can an anvil take ?

    Alright sounds like I got nothing to worry about.
  11. How much of a beating can an anvil take ?

    Allright well the most I use is a 12 pound sledge converted to a one-hand use hammer So I'll just have to go easy on the horns. The anvil is between 5-600 pounds Old Scottish pattern I believe
  12. How much of a beating can an anvil take ?

    Hey, just wondering, when working on an anvil, is the horn more fragile than the center body ? Not worried too much when working, but just don't want to crack the horns off of it
  13. Cole or gas

    Charcoal here mainly because propane is expensive, and I can get all the scrap wood I want from my work as arborist ^^ and I like the process of making charcoal but propane forges can be a bit easier to run.
  14. Forge & cottage available, UK

    wauw looks good
  15. Biggest anvils

    Jerrod - sounds fantastic ^^ then I'll probly go with my old anvil pattern, maybe make the face 14x24" or so just to get a bit more than I have now (8x18") and maybe have a quote on the side of it Currently my anvil has both a round and a square hole
×