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New Edge Of The Anvil

Author: Jack Andrews
Publisher: Skipjack Press, Inc.
ISBN: 9781879535091
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The "New Edge of the Anvil" is a resource and tool for blacksmiths and those who want to learn blacksmithing. It is a revised and expanded edition of the "Edge of the Anvil." With drawings, photographs, and charts it describes the forging process, heating, upsetting, drawing out, forge welding, metallurgy, and tool making. All of these processes are clearly illustrated by the numerous drawings, in which the tools, equipment, and shop layout are fully detailed. This resource book also explains the process of design, the use of a computer in metal design, how to set up a business and manage it. Providing an inspiration for all artist-blacksmiths are portfolios of the wrought iron work of Samuel Yellin and Martin Rose, two of America's master artist-blacksmiths. To further inspire and to show the new focus of blacksmithing in the metal arts, six contemporary metalworkers portfolios show a series of demonstration pieces of their ironwork. "THE one book you need to get started as a blacksmith - all you need to encourage you to pick up a hammer and start hammering." Nol Putnam. This 256-page book is bound with an improved binding system (Otabind) allowing the pages to lay flat.

A Blacksmithing Primer

Author: Randy McDaniel
Publisher: Dragonfly Enterprises
ISBN:
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Details forging techniques from the start to finish, beginning with the building of your own forge to making tools and elaborate door knockers.

Blacksmithing

Author: José Antonio Ares
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
ISBN: 9781600593840
Size: 53.71 MB
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These amazing techniques and projects offer a modern twist on a traditional art--and they’ll transform your image of the "blacksmith” forever. More and more people are discovering the creative pleasure of going into an iron studio, applying high heat to steel, and hammering or pressing the metal into interesting shapes. While often admired, the process can intimidate novices...but this beautifully photographed book will change that. It provides a superb overview of the fundamentals, including various forms of steel, equipment, and safety precautions. Learn how to create a right-angle bend; form a point, flat end, spiral, and curl; and cut metal using hand tools and a plasma torch. Then follow along, step by step, to create beginner-friendly projects, including a simple trivet, ornamental door handle, wall sconce, and even a metal railing.

The Complete Modern Blacksmith

Author: Alexander Weygers
Publisher: Ten Speed Press
ISBN: 1607743752
Size: 60.10 MB
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A truly unusual and unique resource, this extremely hands-on book brings together three popular but long-out-of-print classics (THE MODERN BLACKSMITH; THE RECYCLING, USE, AND REPAIR OF TOOLS; and THE MAKING OF TOOLS) essential for anyone interested in the making, repair, maintenance, or arcana of tools. An essential volume in any serious craftperson's library, this book covers setting up a smithy (anvil, forge, hammer, tongs, and all), and manufacturing everything from stone-carving chisels to decorative wall hooks. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Artist Blacksmith

Author: Peter Parkinson
Publisher: Crowood
ISBN: 1847977839
Size: 77.17 MB
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The Artist Blacksmith is the essential handbook for anyone interested in bringing a creative, contemporary approach to this ancient craft, and for those already hooked who want to improve and expand their skills.Topics covered include: the range and use of tools and materials; fundamental blacksmithing processes; working at the anvil, drawing down, bending, upsetting and spreading, hot cutting, punching, and finally, twisting and joining. Illustrated with over 200 diagrams and photographs, The Artist Blacksmith will provide an introduction to the beginner and valuable information for the more experienced smith looking to expand their workshop.

Practical Blacksmithing And Metalworking

Author: Percy W. Blandford
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 9780830628940
Size: 52.33 MB
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Looks at the history of blacksmithing, introduces tools, materials, and techniques, and shows how to make hardware, tools, and decorative ironwork

Samuel Yellin Metalworker

Author: Jack Andrews
Publisher: Skipjack Press, Inc.
ISBN: 9781879535176
Size: 36.48 MB
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"Samuel Yellin Metalworker" is a photographic essay and documentation about the master artist-blacksmith Samuel Yellin - representing the culmination of 19th-century wrought iron design and fabrication. This book is the only attempt to record carefully the evolution of this artistic giant. In Philadelphia, from 1909 to 1940, Yellin created iron work for major clients and architects throughout the US. There are the historic photos of Yellin and those who worked in this famous shop - 286 craftsmen in 1928. Better are the many pages of his wrought iron, each piece speaking volumes. There are gates, railings, keys, locks, fireplace sets, lighting devices, and whimsical creatures. The scale of this work is sometimes overwhelming. There is a complete list of Yellin's works recorded on job cards - these cards will help researchers in locating samples of this incredible work. Samuel Yellin's masterpieces remain an important subject to examine, not only for the blacksmiths but also for artists, architects, interior designers, historians, and anyone who works with or enjoys metalwork. "I love iron. It is the stuff of which the frame of the earth is made. And you cam make it say anything you will." Samuel Yellin.

Decorative And Sculptural Ironwork

Author: Dona Z. Meilach
Publisher: Schiffer Pub Limited
ISBN: 9780764307904
Size: 31.71 MB
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All the fascinating properties of iron and other metals can be creatively explored with 52 color plates and 717 b/w photos and drawings and detailed text. The author discusses the ironworking shop, forge and tools, including anvils, vises, hammers, tongs, punches, centrifugal blowers and machine tools. Forging procedures are explicitly shown.

Tool Making For Woodworkers

Author: Ray Larsen
Publisher: Fox Chapel Publishing
ISBN: 9780964399983
Size: 76.23 MB
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Tool making is the traditional province of the blacksmith, and until now it has been shrouded in mystery. This useful volume brings tool-making within the reach of anyone who starts with modest hand skills. Readers will learn about suitable steels, and how to identify them and buy them at reasonable cost. Through sharp photos and drawings, readers will see how to set up a small, basic forge and anvil suitable for making their own tools. They will learn how to forge, heat-treat, and finish common woodworking tools through detailed, highly illustrated exercises. Larsen leads readers step-by-step through the creation of a heavy mortising chisel, a delicate skew chisel, and a curved carving gouge. Along the way, readers will learn dozens of little secrets and time-saving shortcuts that make small-scale tool-making both possible and fun.