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40 kg/88 lb Canadian blacksmith supply power hammer

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Jeremy, I'd be careful if'n I were you.  You look an awful lot like a CIA or FBI undercover agent and those Chinese prisons have mighty nasty accommodations for spies as I understand it. :D

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WHEW!!!  If I could only know now what I "thought" I knew back then....................


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So it was too good to be true. The quote she gave me was for a 40 kg hammer m. The 75 kg is $4500! Still reasonable but a little out of my price range if I'm going to do it in the timeframe in shooting for. I have my eyes on another style hammer all together. Actually its identical to John Rigioni's hammer on 35 kg/77 lb where John's is a 50 kg/110 lb.

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  • 2 months later...

Made some modifications to my top die of the hammer.


The top die has a hole drilled and tapped to be able to bolt on various tooling. I off set the tooling so I can have a bolster next to it to drive the drift in rounding hammers.

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I watched alec steele's latest video and after watching it, it took me 10 minutes to tune my hammer in so the tup doesn't hit the top plate anymore!!!:)

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On 4/3/2020 at 10:11 AM, Brian Dougherty said:

Now I want to go off an build my own :)


3rd hammer down in the right column is a shop built self contained hammer.

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  • 2 weeks later...

Had an aluminum plate plasma cut by a friend and it got dropped off today. Fits perfect!!!


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