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Murat Klein
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Hello guys

 

Just want to post some pics from the work my friend Cyrus and I did today.

 

Cyrus has forged out a Wootz. He did something about 25 heat cycles today....that is unbeliveable how less this material is moving....

 

I forged some 416 layers Damascus and made some torsoin damascus.

 

I hope you like this pics.

 

Best Regards Murat

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Dont worry be happy !

 

My Homepage : www.muratklein.de

My E mail : info@muratklein.de

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Nice space! I think I'd want the hammer up a bit, but then I'm old :angry: .

 

Geoff

"The worst day smithing is better than the best day working for someone else."

 

I said that.

 

If a thing is worth doing, it is worth doing badly.

- - -G. K. Chesterton

 

So, just for the record: the fact that it does work still should not be taken as definitive proof that you are not crazy.

 

Grant Sarver

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man!!!! open space in a shop?????? sweet!!!!! and yes i think i wouldbring that hammer up a lil higher....my back hurt looking at those pics.... what make is your anvil btw ????

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Hello folks!

 

It was a good day, we had lots of fun. But I think Murat had more fun than me 'cause he could see that things are developing, just the opposit the this not moving cake.

 

Space is good, especially the height it should be around 18-20 feet heigh. Well, with regards to the height of the hammer, it works but if you hammer a lot it would be nice to move it a bit further up.

 

The anvil is an old german good quality and heavy anvil.

 

Regards, Cyrus

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Hello guys

 

I dont forge every day but I think you guys are right.

 

Maybe I will put the Hammer higher because it is easyer to see the billets from the side.

 

The Shop is very new I just have this shop for 12 weeks now. I have another Shop where I make my knives in the cellar from my house.

 

But I hope to bring some new toys in the forge shop in the next year ;-)

 

Regards Murat

Dont worry be happy !

 

My Homepage : www.muratklein.de

My E mail : info@muratklein.de

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Great setup, and nice work you guys are doing! What brand is your hammer?

Let not the swords of good and free men be reforged into plowshares, but may they rest in a place of honor; ready, well oiled and God willing unused. For if the price of peace becomes licking the boots of tyrants, then "To Arms!" I say, and may the fortunes of war smile upon patriots

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Thanks guys it is always fun to forge some hot metal with some guys.

 

@ Sam

 

Ty is right the hammer is a little Reiter/Kuhn air hammer. He is not that big but he works very fine ;-)

 

Regards Murat

Dont worry be happy !

 

My Homepage : www.muratklein.de

My E mail : info@muratklein.de

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Oh I just see that Bill is coming from germany as well ;-)

 

Of course Bill you are wellcome to hang around with us and make some nice steel !!!

 

Maybe we can learn some new stuff from you ;-)

 

Regards Murat

Dont worry be happy !

 

My Homepage : www.muratklein.de

My E mail : info@muratklein.de

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