I love what Amazon considers “Related Products” on SteampunkWorkshop.com!

I love what Amazon considers “Related Products” on SteampunkWorkshop.com!

Had a lovey morning hike in the woods with @ladyvonslatt!

Had a lovey morning hike in the woods with @ladyvonslatt!

Huh. I didn’t think that was going to work. These are temporary printed gears for the feed/threading drive on my lathe to use while I await delivery of new ones.

Huh. I didn’t think that was going to work. These are temporary printed gears for the feed/threading drive on my lathe to use while I await delivery of new ones.

First roller done but it’s got a .002” taper so tomorrow’s task is lathe leveling.

First roller done but it’s got a .002” taper so tomorrow’s task is lathe leveling.

Re-learning the lathe after 15 years without one.

Re-learning the lathe after 15 years without one.

260 Pound DIY Anvil

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 I built a 260 pound anvil from some scrap steel plate. The top plate was hardened in superquench and the horn was CNC milled on my Bridgeport Series II.

Meet Geordi The Forge!

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I built a coal forge from the remnants of an old Burnham oil furnace and a bunch of other junk I found at the town dump.

New project underway!

New project underway!

The #ratwelder – Part 5 in the DIY Welder Series!

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The latest episode in the homemade welder series wherein I complete an enclosure for the #ratwelder so I can store it outside without having to put a tarp over it.

Finished the body for the! The louvers look too nice though, debating whether to shoot them in red primer or just let them age naturally outside.

Finished the body for the #ratwelder! The louvers look too nice though, debating whether to shoot them in red primer or just let them age naturally outside.