Chevron or Wheat twist, forge welding twists
- Published on Feb 16, 2019
- When you have ability to forge weld, it opens up all sorts of possibilities in your forged iron work. Things like this wheat or chevron twist rely on forge welding the component part both before and after the twist.
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