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  • NotJ commented on gomer394's instructable Home-made Anvil3 months ago
    Home-made Anvil

    Gomer394, Wicked Awesome Build!!! You Obviously Got My Vote.I Admire Your Ingenuity, Obvious Skills/Talents & Fortitude are Very Inspirational, I Often Have Flashes of Genius (In My Mind at least) for Making various Tools, Processes, Designs for making things Easier, Better, Cheaper, etc. But 98% of the time I fail to act on my Genius.You have reminded to me that, all I need to do is collect some Scrap/Discarded Materials and begin to build. (in my case I will be using an Auto Parts Salvage Yard for Engine, Transmission, Axles, Chassis, etc.)My project will undoubtedly look much different than your Traditional Build But I am hopeful that by using the High Grade Steel Parts that it will end up being Super Solid.Again, Thanks for the Great Instructable, I only hope I can be marginall...see more »Gomer394, Wicked Awesome Build!!! You Obviously Got My Vote.I Admire Your Ingenuity, Obvious Skills/Talents & Fortitude are Very Inspirational, I Often Have Flashes of Genius (In My Mind at least) for Making various Tools, Processes, Designs for making things Easier, Better, Cheaper, etc. But 98% of the time I fail to act on my Genius.You have reminded to me that, all I need to do is collect some Scrap/Discarded Materials and begin to build. (in my case I will be using an Auto Parts Salvage Yard for Engine, Transmission, Axles, Chassis, etc.)My project will undoubtedly look much different than your Traditional Build But I am hopeful that by using the High Grade Steel Parts that it will end up being Super Solid.Again, Thanks for the Great Instructable, I only hope I can be marginally Successful as you have been. I am Inspired and Motivated Again.Kudos and Congrats on your great work.

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