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This antique metal shear was used to cut rebar to size in construction site. It must have been left to the elements for a very long time since it was completely welded by rust. Probably my most challenging restoration just for how seized it was.

The shear was made in France ("acier forgé" means "forged steel")
quiet some time ago. I wouldn't be surprised if this had 70 years or more. All together it weights 30kg (66lbs).
I am not able to find any interesting information at all about this tool brand, if you know better please write in comments and I'll update this section.

Ficep is an Italian company founded in October 1930 by the Colombo and the Giuliani families in Gazzada As "Fabbrica Italiana Cesoie e Punzonatrici" - Italian Shears and Punching Machines Factory."
Thanks to Eric Mowrey, Λογος and Emmanuel Faure for the research!

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Index of operation and materials:

To disassleble I used a lot of penetrating oil, heat and elbow grease. You can't see me removing all parts in video because it has been a very long process and I wasn't able to record everything
1:13 First electrolysis (to help me break down some of the rust and disassemble the tool): water and sodium carbonate solution, parts connected to negative, steel sacrificial anodes to positive of a 12V DC power supply (car battery charger). 3-4 hrs at 5amp.
3:27 Cutting stuck pin to remove last components
3:47 Drilling out old pin
4:06 Welding a rebar piece to the sheared bolt to try removing it from the opposite side (total failure)
4:35 Cutting shredded bolt
4:45 Drilling it out from the inside
5:03 Re threading the hole with M16 tap
5:33 Trip to the car wash to degrease and pressure wash
6:12 Electrolysis to clean metal. As First one but one piece at the time
7:47 Removing rust from handle with twisted wire wheel on the angle grinder
8:23 Painting with "Hammerite" "Dark Green Hammered Finish" paint. (Off camera I also degreased all part with acetone before painting)
10:30 Removing zinc plating from new hardware with muriatic acid (nasty fumes and heavy acid, did outside and with full body protection)
10:53 Neutralizing acid with water and baking soda
11:15 Protecting uncoated hardware with synthetic oil
11.30 Fabricating new pin out of a long bolt and two closed nuts.
12:17 Grinding new edges on the steel jaws (frequently cooling in water to prevent tempering)
13:00 Assembling with lots of synthetic oil
13:55 I turned this jaw the other way because if I goround this one clean they wouldn't close all the way

Without properly securing it to a solid bench (like it's supposed to be, but I don't have one at the moment) I was able to shear:
15:10 10mm round stock aluminum
15:20 12mm round stock brass
15:27 10mm rebar
15:35 12mm round stock mild steel
I guess it can cut a couple mm wider stock if mounted properly.

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  • Λογος
    Λογος 1 year ago Black Beard Projects Well, Ficep is an italian cie founded in octobre 1930 by two families, Colombo and Giuliani in the city of Gazzada. It means « Fabbrica Italiana Cesoie e Punzonatrici » and used to produce cisors and punchers for metal work. The french branch was only created in 1988, but it does not mean that your hardware was not produced at an earlier date. Breveté just means patented. It's possible the firm protected its innovations for the french market long before they created the french subsidiary cie.
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    Pat Mulligan 1 year ago (edited) If you watch it backwards it's about how a guy purposely ruins a perfectly good metal shear using tool magic
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    Ya Boi RussMan 1 year ago Sandblasters can damage the metal
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    Jeremy Noll 1 year ago Joshua Yingling really? I hope you’re joking.... rubber mallet is for preventing nicks and dings in the material
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    Karl Gustav 1 year ago (edited) Cursed Lemon pay me one Einstein ^^.
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    Karl Gustav 1 year ago @my mechanics i agree. i'm pro knifemaker and blacksmith, but a poor one lol. my backstand price is 1200eu and it's crap lol. my lathe is a chinese one paid eu450, i let you imagine how good he is haha. in 20 years i never had enought to invest like you did but i completly agree with you.
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    Polis 1 year ago Maybe he want that rustic look, since the object is old you kinda wanna show that but still remain clean.
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    Josh Aguirre 1 year ago I would sandblast and powdercoat that thing in a day
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    Mad9977 Productions 1 year ago Sandblasters are too aggressive to the material and quite dangerous in use.
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    Living My Life 1 year ago Maybe they cant afford It. Or it is a strategy to make a long video. You will never no.
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    don medford 1 year ago You beat me to that question by 2 months. I just watched the video and asked it before I read any of the comments.
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    dankhimself 1 year ago @blastman8888 rotary compressors are just so great. Must've been awesome. I only saw this one video of his but it looks like he doesn't have all different types of equipment. Had to go for a drive and coin operate a pressure washer. I do agree with media blasting though, and also powdercoating for durability.
  • blastman8888
    blastman8888 1 year ago @Mad9977 Productions No one uses sand anymore most people use cabinet type blasters where you open a door put the parts inside then put your hands though gloves and look though a glass window there is no danger of breathing the dust. Most everyone uses glass beads which is less expensive, or garnet which is a natural stone comes from Australia it's expensive but can re-use it several times. Because you use a cabinet just falls to the bottom it's recycled. People stopped using sand years ago after silicosis became a problem it was mostly people who blasted for years without a environmental suit. Lot of ship yards, and large bridges which required blasting and painting all the time is where they used sand because it was cheap. Today blasting if on a larger scale you wear a helmet, and suit which is positive pressure fed from a small electric compressor made for fresh air supply. Being positive pressure it will won't matter if you get a leak just blows the air out of the suit.
  • Tobias
    Tobias 1 year ago @Justin Bell How is it cheating?
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    Tobias 1 year ago @Juan Herrero SODA blast, or walnut shells or glass bead.....?
  • Tobias
    Tobias 1 year ago @Yuri the Brave You don't have have a cabinet, just a sack of sand and air supply and a cheapo sand blasting gun. That's how I started. Now I have three cabinets, three compressors, a dedicated room for stuff that won't fit into a cabinet, two remote pressure units and a high pressure hydro/sand unit. I blast with glass bead, soda, water & sand, walnut shell, aluminium oxide, silicon carbide, plastic, pumice, steel shot and steel grit. Yeah, it took me a few years an' I'm still lookin' fore new toys...
  • Tobias
    Tobias 1 year ago @Ya Boi RussMan that VERY much depends on the blast media. To SB that particular unit...NO. Just don't SB the cutters, but even then they are real tough.
  • Tobias
    Tobias 1 year ago @my mechanics $4,000 is cheap for a lathe, let alone a mill too. My first lathe and mill AND a vertical/horizontal band saw, ALL restored on the back of a Ford 3 ton flat deck welding truck, INCLUDING the flat deck cost me $5,000 CDN cash on the barrel head at an auto swap meet about 42 years ago. A machinist going overseas a few days later desperate to offload his own machines before he left. It was pretty much the same deal when I got my first drag car five years earlier in 1972. A 1964 Ford Fairlane Thunderbolt on the back of the ramp deck of a 1961 C series Ford 5 ton both with the same paint scheme, complete with tool cabinets and all the tools, for again, $5,000 CDN. An older guy getting out of the game, at the drags looking to sell his remaining stuff. It's just a matter of being in the right place at the right time with cash burning a big big hole in your pocket. Cheers!
  • Tobias
    Tobias 1 year ago @Mad9977 Productions Depends on the blast media used and they are fine to use if you're not an idiot and don't take the appropriate safety steps. Been media blasting for decades.
  • KillSwitchNY
    KillSwitchNY 1 year ago Sandblasting can cause excess pitting the material.
  • Tobias
    Tobias 1 year ago @KillSwitchNY That very much depends on the material being blasted and the blast media used. Big cast Iron and steel parts can be in general sand blasted, however most would benefit from a kinder medium such as soda, walnut shells. plastic or glass. When people say "sandblaster" it's because that is the most well known and at one time most often used medium. To be technically correct the phrase should be, "Why do absolutely none of these channels dedicated to restoring old, rusty tools own a...MEDIA-BLASTER"..
  • David Doar
    David Doar 1 year ago @Joshua Yingling using a steel hammer on such old and rusty tools might ruin them
  • jcole killer2
    jcole killer2 1 year ago content my friend content
  • 237homer238
    237homer238 1 year ago dumbest question on the chanal :D
  • biggaspirit1
    biggaspirit1 9 months ago Not every Joe Blogs could afford one for just occasional use. This shows the alternative.
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    Osiel Ribeirinho 1 year ago Perfect. "Here in Brazil we talk like this: who knows, do it live!" The boy is good! Let's cheer! 😉👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾 Welcome to Brazil 🇧🇷 😂😂😂
  • Hand Tool Rescue
    Hand Tool Rescue 1 year ago This one was EXTRA crusty!
  • Black Beard Projects
    Black Beard Projects 1 year ago Delicious.
  • Prolific Invention
    Prolific Invention 1 year ago Hand Tool Rescue My other favorite tool restoration guru on YouTube, glad to see you here.
  • James Black
    James Black 1 year ago Black Beard Projects of
  • Gabe Whisen
    Gabe Whisen 1 year ago This guy is as good as you handtoolrescue guy
  • Jevi Loko
    Jevi Loko 1 year ago You did a team restoration with Diresta, now you have to do team with Black Beard! That would be so cool!
  • TearsOnAWind
    TearsOnAWind 1 year ago no is that EXTRA cruelty, where is WD40 or another one penetrating oil?
  • jeric_ synergy
    jeric_ synergy 1 year ago Or AeroKroil - that stuff is magic.
  • Rj Milli
    Rj Milli 1 year ago Hand Tool Rescue that's what she said
  • Evapo-Rust
    Evapo-Rust 1 year ago Hand Tool Rescue, It looks like he could of used some of that liquid gold!
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    Soarey 1 year ago Me likey crusty ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡° )
  • Ian Randell
    Ian Randell 1 year ago Excellent job.
  • Andrea Shiroka
    Andrea Shiroka 1 year ago porno.seks
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    Andrea Shiroka 1 year ago @Black Beard Projects seks.porno
  • MAXI P4D
    MAXI P4D 1 year ago I'm the XXXTRA CRISPY colonel
  • Secrecy
    Secrecy 1 year ago With extra crab.
  • Trx90vito
    Trx90vito 4 months ago You think that’s bad? A restoration YouTuber by the name of my mechanics a hydroelectric press exerting over 12 tons to remove two bolts!
  • Иr0pek
    Иr0pek 1 year ago Не знаю зачем смотрел но залипательно, мастер
  • Tomas Molina
  • Яна Понкраченко
    Яна Понкраченко 1 year ago О, господе, здесь есть русские?
  • Alex Strong
    Alex Strong 1 year ago @Яна Понкраченко здесь есть девушки???
  • Арина Кучер
    Арина Кучер 1 year ago Русские есть везде.:)
  • Sergo Ruder
    Sergo Ruder 1 year ago Такая же фигня 😁
  • True MUNH
    True MUNH 1 year ago Ivan Ivanov это и хуево
  • Доширак Великий
    Доширак Великий 4 months ago @Alex Strong да
  • Jordan Hirst
    Jordan Hirst 1 year ago I loved how you took the time to repaint the original symbols and name of the forge. I don’t know why but I find that awesome.:)
  • astafzciba
    astafzciba 1 year ago 9:28 i didn't know you live near an f1 race track, you learn something everyday
  • Clevergamer
    Clevergamer 1 year ago amazing craftsmanship, no doubt about it. There's part of me wondering why, would be easier to buy a second hand or a new one?
  • Lorenzo Tomasi
    Lorenzo Tomasi 1 year ago Finalmente un italiano che fa dei video fatti bene
  • DCA Woodworks
    DCA Woodworks 1 year ago lollotoma 77 I
  • Banda The Fellas
    Banda The Fellas 1 year ago Gordineo jaguatiriqui ma benne
  • CF B
    CF B 1 year ago (edited) Come fai a sapere che è italiano? Modifica: ho capito.
  • Nate
    Nate 1 year ago The double time just makes this so amazing.
  • Parker Weatly
    Parker Weatly 1 year ago I never knew they made a rebar shear. I though they always used a "cutoff: wheel.
  • ろくまる
    ろくまる 1 year ago (edited) ボルト緩めるのにボルト焙るヤツがあるかw後、組む時に塗るなら油よりモリブデンのが良いよ
  • FALCON390 Workshop
    FALCON390 Workshop 10 months ago Thank you for your channel and work you do. You inspired me to start DIY-ing. Keep on going ! I'm waiting for next videos :)