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Matthias Quadekker

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  • Birthday 03/08/1982

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    Rotterdam, The Netherlands
  1. Hi Geoff, Thanks for your reply. It's a cool looking thing right. I think it's build for work in a factory, because at first it had two large wheels at top for the central line in the factory. But I made a slipper clutch mechanism so I could work it more softly. I think I'll start with the beams and a rubber mat. And I already tried the wood under the anvil but ik kept bouncing to much.
  2. Hi Everybody, Great to be here on the forum, this is my first post. I’m a blacksmith and blacksmith from the Netherlands and I have a few questions about my power hammer you might be able to help me with. This is my 1900 spring hammer I found in a barn somewhere. I think the drop weight is about 65 lbs. As you can see on the photo, the base is a few wooden planks and my neighbors are saying that their pictures are dropping of the wall when I work. So what could be a solution for this? I can’t break into the ground and pour a separate foundation for the ha
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