20 Replies to “How To Weld A Horseshoe Cross”

  1. Barbie The Welder, I really like this project I want to build one of, these for each of my 7 kids I just bought the new Lincoln electric Century FC 90 inverter fluxcore welder it's DC out put not AC like most fluxcore welders and I thought this would be a great first time project with it ?? what do you think πŸ€” also where can I buy new horseshoes at a reasonable price for more horse shoe projects and how or what is the best way to cut the V notch in the shoe ?? can I do it safety with my new Milwaukee grinder or should I purchase a portable metal bandsaw. thanks πŸ™‚ I will buy your horse shoe projects books, your work is so inspiring πŸ‘©β€πŸ­

  2. How do I know how much to sell the cross I make for I don’t want to give it away cheap by the way I pick up your book good job

  3. I love your work. I will be trying to make some of things you have been showing with my everlast stick welder. I hope they turn out as well as the ones you used mig on.

  4. I spotted a few of these horseshoe crosses and some artsy-craftsy things made from railroad spikes at the local Flea-O-Rama. I guess everyone wants to jump on the bandwagon.

  5. I've made a few crosses with horse shoes,i sent you a friend request on fb,the only other way you could see them is look on Blackpool buy and sell,or Poulton buy sell & swap on facebook,you would not believe how many cuts are involved.

  6. how many nozzles and tips do you go through a week πŸ˜‚ Random question but I take welding at a high school votech and we go through a tip a week and a nozzle in about a month because there are like 50 kids constantly welding with the migs we have so they get gummed up pretty quickly. πŸ˜‚ I love your work it's so inspiring because 1 you're a woman and not a lot of ladies do this out of pure joy and the love to do it and 2 you do some pretty awesome art work

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