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GreySeal

Blacksmith in Ubon or Si Muang Mai

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I am looking for a metal worker, Blacksmith in Ubon or between Ubon and Si Muang Mai?

And does anyone now roughly what a machete would cost? 

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I am looking for a metal worker, Blacksmith in Ubon or between Ubon and Si Muang Mai?
And does anyone now roughly what a machete would cost? 


Is it to keep in your car, or for use at home?

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Why not just buy one from a roadside stall.

Or you could order mail order from Lazada.

 

340bht

https://www.lazada.co.th/products/furg-sog-fari-machete-61-cm-61-i258021267-s397739413.html

 

I have this one @ 270bht

https://www.lazada.co.th/products/my-home-bush-knife-i7866880-s9826193.html

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Thank you for the replies

 

It is for home.

Actually I want a wood chisel but don't know the Thai word for it.

The machete is the closest thing to making what I want. So if they can make a knife, sword or machete they can make a chisel no problem, and the cost should be like a machete cost.

 

It is a very very large carpenter chisel. I looked on Lazada thanks but they only have normal small chisels.

So I need to have some made by a Blacksmith/metal worker, here is the type:

 

Large 3 x29 inch.jpg

using on tenon.jpg

3 inch.jpg

2 inch.jpg

angle 1.jpg

half_inch_slick_standing_700.jpg

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5 hours ago, SunsetT said:

No blacksmiths in Thailand. Thai horses wear flip flops.

Yeh I already seen those thanks 😉

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It is a very very large carpenter chisel. I looked on Lazada thanks but they only have normal small chisels.

So I need to have some made by a Blacksmith/metal worker, here is the type:

 

That's a beast of a chisel.

 

With those photos there's a good chance you can find someone locally. Drop in to a few places selling farm tools I'll bet someone will come up with a "man who can".

 

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On 12/3/2018 at 10:17 AM, Crossy said:

 

That's a beast of a chisel.

 

With those photos there's a good chance you can find someone locally. Drop in to a few places selling farm tools I'll bet someone will come up with a "man who can".

 

Yes it is a beast, they are meant to be pushed and levered by hand rather than hit with a mallet, and as they are very wide they help alot to make a flat surface equal.

 

Now to find a farm tool supplier? thanks for the suggestion.

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1 hour ago, GreySeal said:

Now to find a farm tool supplier?

Start at your local hardware store 🙂

 

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