I make a Steel Knot by Bending Rebar - Clove Hitch Knot - without Heating, Metal Art Project

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In this video, I make a Steel Knot by Bending Rebar, without using heat.
The knot is called a Clove Hitch Knot

This knot will be used in a future Industrial Style project. I love the look of industrial-style furniture and rebar with knots fits right in with the look I like.

I hope you enjoy my video of the project, it was a lot of fun to make.

The main tools used were a Hammer, an angle grinder and a bench vise.

Always use all the correct safety gear, and use your tools safely, I am not a good role model for this.

Hope you found something of use in my video or at least found it entertaining. Thank you.

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Note: When you bend metal/rebar, you naturally weaken it. Bending it cold will normally cause fine cracks, and it may even break if you put enough strain on the rebar or bend it in the same place too many times. Do not rely on cold-bent steel/rebar to support a load.

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