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Jan 23, 2012 I saw one 1950 watt hair dryer that boasted of having an above average airflow for a hair dryer of 41 CFM so looks like they will be less than the 112 you are after. They might work well for the lively charcoal forge.

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    You can pick up or make a coal forge generally cheaper than a gas forge. This is because the burners and insulation of a gas forge generally cost a lot more than the pan and plumbing for a coal forge. Coal forge's generally need a blower, but a cheap hair dryer will work in a pinch. I first bought a gas forge.carbon coke dryer in tamale Fote Mining Machinery Co.

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    Nov 04, 2017 26- Blacksmith’s Coal Forge. Hot coals in a bucket is the basic principle of this blacksmith’s coal forge. A hair dryer is used as a blower to help control the heat and galvanized buckets are used to contain the charcoal.

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    The cheapest type of forge is a coal forge. All a forge is, is a container to hold the coals and an air source that can be controlled. The simplest form would be a shallow square hole in the ground about 6 inches deep and 10 inches on a side, with a pipe running under ground, into the side of the hole, about 2 inches above the bottom.

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    Oct 18, 2015 It lasts through 3 forges or so. When you're choosing a hair dryer you don't want it to blow too hard. I got mine for free and before I tested it I thought my hair dryer wasn't strong enough on low or even on high. But it works perfect, I forge on the low setting.

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    They are attached by flattening the end of the tube, drilling or punching a 3/8 hole and bolting on with the bolts holding the flange to the brake drum pot . The blower shown is a little 120 CFM model I use on gas forges. A hair dryer, furnace blower, or any type of squirrel cage fan will work.

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    coffee can forge question Bushcraft USA Forums

    Aug 30, 2017 I'm definitely not an expert but I can tell you that you can make a coal forge out of a brake drum and old hair dryer for very little money. It is a simple and quick design to build. There are tons of YouTube videos on how to build them.

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    Feb 03, 2017 For a solid fuel forge, get the proper type forge blower. Places like Centaur Forge sell them, as well as on eBay. The crank type will be the best choice. They also come with electric motors that can be controlled by a blower speed control knob. These work sort of OK, but are nothing as good as using a crank blower. Check the eBay offers for them:

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    Coal forges are lighter to move around - propane is usually stationary on legs or mounted to the truck. ... For just starting I would make it out of brake drum, couple pieces of pipe, old hair dryer and rim for base. Then just pick up lump charcoal to get started. Charcoal works pretty good for small stuff.

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    May 24, 2019 This can be a hair dryer or an exhaust fan. I don’t recommend a leaf blower as these are usually too powerful. Coal. All of the things on that list can be found for next-to-nothing. Manufactured Coal Forges. The Centaur Handy Forge with Vulcan Firepot has everything above in a …

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    As long as the hair dryer is a reasonable distance from the actual fire pot of the forge. I used some rubber hosing and clamps. You can just use duct tape. If the hair dryer is very close to the fire pot you might want to consider disconnecting the heating coils inside the hair dryer.

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    Jun 16, 2009 I just bought a CVS Brand Turbo 1875 Hair dryer. Turbo 1875 You can get these just about anywhere. They have a high/low switch, and they also have a Cool/Warm/Hot switch. So I just run my coal forge with this hair dryer in the low or high position on cool. It was much easier then trying to spend a day reinventing a hair dryer.

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  • Just how much air does a forge really need PaleoPlanet

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    May 28, 2009 A forge really doesnt need that much air to get up to temp, a hair dryer is way more than enough. Standard rule of thumb here is an 8 inch deep forge from table level down to the top of the twyere or air supply. Additional depth can just be mounded coal.

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