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    Forging a socket chisel


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    How would I forge the socket in a socket chisel?

    All I can think of is a hardie made to form the socket.

    Thanks guys.

    Alex
    Last edited by ritzblitz; 05-14-2007 at 06:02 PM.

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    Haven't made a socket chisel.... but you could do the same as i did for this spear ...on a smaller scale

    http://p222.ezboard.com/fprimalfires...icID=109.topic


    hope that helps
    Greg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Obach View Post
    Haven't made a socket chisel.... but you could do the same as i did for this spear ...on a smaller scale

    http://p222.ezboard.com/fprimalfires...icID=109.topic


    hope that helps
    Greg
    Cool!... Thanks for sharing... the bick really helps....

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    Thanks for the info. Thats a good idea.

    Alex

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    welcome

    you can also forge weld that seem on the socket.... its not that hard to do on the bick.. just be very quick about it... or you'll lose your weld heat
    - it may look nicer.... but i haven't found a performance difference

    good luck
    Greg

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    Cool, I'll have to make a hardie similar to the one you use.

    Thanks

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