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Setting up a work area

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« on: April 21, 2009, 08:37:22 am »

Thanks! :)

Of all the silversmithing stuff.  Pickle, solder, flux, molten metal, crucibles, kilns, etc.  The thing I"m still scared of is the torch. :(

I used to work at a junk yard.  Used an acetylene torch for quite a long time when I worked there.  Never had a single accident or near accident involving the torch.  Always had the gasses turned on and off correctly, always held it steady and secure, but..
I still fear I'll drop it somehow. :(  
That's why these "plumbers torches" that I've been told people use bother me so much.  They are big and a big bulky and their hieght exceeds their base width quite nicely (easy to knock over).

eh.  I'm just babbling now.

Thank you all for your input.  Beyond my torch-drop-ophobia, you've settled a number of other issues that my mind was stuck on.  :)
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