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    Re: New Horseshoe art Sticky

    Quote Originally Posted by shortfuse View Post
    "hardfacing" on a horseshoe...never saw that before, but if ya don't have any new or replacement shoes, I guess it would work! Just about any rod would probably be a little harder than the original shoe steel, which is fairly soft (except for the Mexican shoes made from hard rebar).


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    Re: New Horseshoe art Sticky

    I think I've seen that picture somewhere before...noticed the guy wasn't holding a full size horse. Might be a bit tricky regardless of size if the critter spooks before they mask him/her.

    Wonder where they put the ground clamp?????? That conjures up your imagination!!

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    Well here is a few horseshoe things I have made Name:  20151104_101657.jpg
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  4. #104
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    Re: New Horseshoe art Sticky

    Quote Originally Posted by John T View Post
    speaking of horseshoes...
    what kinda rod you figure this is? 6010/6011?

    quite the build up. ... I reckon it got the job done though...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Farrier-1 View Post
    Life long shoer chiming in: It's not rod, it's Borium...... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Borium
    Interesting..

    so it's more like a brazing rod..
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    Re: New Horseshoe art Sticky

    He just needs some paint and a stand.Name:  P1010058.jpg
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    Re: New Horseshoe art Sticky



    I made a stand to raise the dogs water bowl. The hooks are for some dog tags I had made with their names on it. I made a couple more for their food dishes.
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    Nice job guys. That is a heavy bird for sure . As for the water bowl, that might be the right height for those miniature horses.

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    Re: New Horseshoe art Sticky

    Played inside with a few snowmen. Used silverware knife handles for the ties. They are removable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BD1 View Post
    Played inside with a few snowmen. Used silverware knife handles for the ties. They are removable.
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    Nice, I like them.

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    Re: New Horseshoe art Sticky

    Thats Hot> Very creative use of RR spikes and horseshoes. Fun piece.
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    Here are the birds on a 30" rod.Name:  Humm 2.jpg
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    Re: New Horseshoe art Sticky

    This is a cowboy that made way back in Tech school. I used a nail for the pistol, Mig welded several beads of weld, and shaped it with a die grinder.
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    New Horseshoe art Sticky

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    Re: New Horseshoe art Sticky

    Were the majority of these done with Mig or Arc?

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    Re: New Horseshoe art Sticky

    Quote Originally Posted by Shane Atkinson View Post
    Were the majority of these done with Mig or Arc?
    I have used flux core and arc. 6013/7018

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    Re: New Horseshoe art Sticky

    Quote Originally Posted by Shane Atkinson View Post
    Were the majority of these done with Mig or Arc?
    I use mig with 75/25 gas, Nice clean welds with little spatter and clean up.

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    Re: New Horseshoe art Sticky

    I use mig 75/25 also.

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    I used MIG 75/25 too.
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    Re: New Horseshoe art Sticky

    Here is Rudolph getting ready for Christmas Eve.
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    Re: New Horseshoe art Sticky

    He looks good...

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    Made two wine bottle/ glass holders
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    Re: New Horseshoe art Sticky

    I like these.

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    Nice bottle holder. Those look like the Diamond Classic shoes like I get from TSC. They are nice to work with too. I wonder if a smaller pony shoe might be better for the glasses. Maybe not if you have big glasses.

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    Re: New Horseshoe art Sticky

    Never thought about them holding glasses when I saw those picts last night. I was thinking of some sort of "bug" sort of motif with the 1st one. 2nd one I was thinking some sort of cross.
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