The picture above shows the finished forge with the frame that I
made. You can see the 1/8" ceramic paper in between the
bricks in this picture also.
You could probably get by with just the simple frame in the
picture above if you wanted to. I wanted to be able
to move it around so I built a full frame to hold it together.
This picture is of the forge running with a 3/4" IV Burner
running at 12 PSI.
I cut an extra Soft Firebrick in half to help close up the front
of the forge. You only need a 4" x 4" opening in the front
of the forge. The soft firebricks will easily cut in half
using an old wood saw.
The picture above is of the framework that I made for this
forge. If you are going to make the framework for your
forge, try to use what stock you have on hand. It will
work out fine. A few pieces of flat bar, angle
iron, and some black pipe and you will be in business.
(10) 2600 degree Insulating Firebricks
(5) 3000 degree 1" Super Duty Firebricks
( 2 Square Feet) 2300 Degree Fiberfrax
(1) Burner holder assembly
(1) 3/4" IV Burner
(1) Single Burner Connection Kit