Dirty Smith’s Forging Fridays: There’s a crack in my pot! I noticed recently that my coal forge pot had developed a crack. The more I looked into it…the worse it was. It looks as though a chunk of clinker had stuck to the side, got really hot thus the walls of the pot got hot as well. This constant expansion and contraction wore it out and over time developed some faults. This is a Centaur forge setup and they have it very easy to swap out parts.

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Rory May, aka Dirty Smith, is a fulltime blacksmith at Dragon Forge LTD, a family owned and operated bussiness located in Colorado, ‘Merica. Rory has been forging since 1992 and after a small bump with the police at the age of 15 he has gone full time. The videos will vary from weekly vlogs, build videos of real projects for real clients and an occasional tutorial.

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