Coke forge and sword! !!
Important lots of heat and fumes given off so out side is a must for this type of forge, when the worked mettle is taken out it will be red-white hot, you will feel the heat from a distance so don’t let it get any where near your or any ones skin or body or it will hurt, a lot!! Materials The materials needed for constructing a non-permanent forge depends on the size and shape, this forge was made for the job of forging the blade of my sword, so I will list the materials as if u was replicating this exactly (or kind of). Forge: •Building bricks with 2-3 holes, x8 •Solid building bricks (sand stone bricks not as good due to the heat) aprox x40 •Roofing tiles x5 •Breeze block x1 •Slabs x2-3 (depending on size of slabs) •Hair dryer x2 (similar powers) •Soft clay about 1kg Sword (if making) •Steel to work, suggest part of a small car leaf spring because of the high carbon factor and easy to work size another easy option is a car coil spring cut up.
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