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What Do You Think?

Discussion in 'Forges, Ovens, Kilns, & Salt Pots' started by Shadnuke, Nov 6, 2019.

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What do you think is fair price for a 2 brick forge like the one pictured?

  1. $50

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  2. $60

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  3. $70

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  4. $80

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  5. Or more?

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  1. Shadnuke

    Shadnuke Disabled dreamer...

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    Is a little knife forge like this, with the possibility of simple expansion to do longer blades, something people would be interested in? I've been asked a few times about making them for a handful of people, and I'm seriously contemplating the idea.

    Here is the forge! It's very simple, and it is nice and small, for those that have minimal workspace, like I do!



    (Please keep in mind, this is version 1.0, and I already, have a few little ideas to tweak the design!)

    The burner was purchased through an American company, Atlas Knife and Tool(http://www.atlasknife.com/product/atlas-30k-burner/). They offer a few different sizes, and the smaller 30k BTU burner is what I use. The forge heats up quickly, and works very efficiently in a small chamber.

    What would you guys consider a fair price? I have a number in mind, but I'm curious what others might consider paying for a small, simple forge like this. The price I have in mind is not very expensive, and would certainly be affordable for beginners, even including the cost of the burner. It's also quite light, and shipping costs would be minimal.

    Let me know what you think!!
     

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