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The head of a common axe is usually made from a single, solid piece of metal. Not only does this give the tool a more solid cutting surface; it also provides the axe the weight it needs to be swung properly. This axe by YouTube channel Mr. Inventor may not be the most suitable tool…

In order to attain a flawless welding project, it is important to use quality welding wires. They won’t just assure unmoving welds that can last for years, but they will also provide you the secret behind easy welding experience. The right welding wires with the highest quality prevent jams and damage to your welding instrument.…

Welding projects like Metal Inert Gas (MIG), Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) and stick welding can generate up to 10,000°F of heat. In this kind of work, our hands do so much for us, particularly in dealing with such high temperatures. It’s a good thing there are welding gloves to keep our hands safe from the…

Welding sparks emit harsh UV radiation that damages the skin more intensely than the sun that can cause burns and wounds if exposed too long. So if you’re a welder, you understand the value of high-quality welding jackets. A welding jacket helps to protect the body and arms against abrasive particles, flames, burns, including radiation…

Heat guns are essential power tools to have in your home, especially if you are keen on DIY projects. Its versatility can make your home improvement processes more efficient. It removes paint and wallpaper more conveniently, bends plastic materials with ease, and softens glue on any kind of surface. On top of these things, heat…

The oceans of the world are vast, covering approximately 72% of the planet’s surface. Many people across the ages have travelled the seven seas in search of new worlds! The more bold at heart have sought to explore beneath the surface uncovering the mysteries of the deep. Tales abound of encounters with strange and enormous creatures,…

Welding is a useful skill to have, especially if you want to repair your vehicle, which was the goal of Instructable user Mr-Mash who figured it was cheaper to repair his own rather than taking it to the shop. For him, the easiest way to learn welding was to build one big, freakin’ bicycle outfitted…