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So after two days of playing with my new ribbon forge, the refractory just gave up and flowed down like plasticine. This was supposedly good to 1700C.  The ceramic blanket with hardener seems to be holding.  I can dial up the thing now that its literary like a small sun, but its too darn powerfull.

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Check out the Build a Gas Forge and the Ribbon Burner attachments on the Forge Supplies page at

www.WayneCoeArtistBlacksmith.com.

Let me know if I can help you.

About $100.00 plus the hose, regulator and burner using a 20# Propane tank.

 

I suggest that you build your wooden form first and then fill it with dry sand, or flour, or rice, or some such product measured in pints to make sure that you order the correct needed castable.

 

 

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Well let's see.  Hobbit Country, is that New Zealand?  I ship by USPS flat rate boxes.  When I checked for shipping it would run over $400.00l so for a $60.00 sale I don't think that I could do that.

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Jaro, I knew that it was and my response was made in a light hearted way.

Of course you could take a trip and come here to pick it up and take it back.  I don't charge extra for visits.

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