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  1. Myself and another fella from a Canadian blacksmith / bladesmith group just opened a directory where Canadian blacksmiths, bladesmiths, farriers, and related suppliers can list business or forge. The idea behind this is that it will help people find smiths, smiths find other smiths and suppliers as well as serve as a sort of repository for related information. Once you add a "Place" you can then add events which people can see on a calendar that shows in various places across the site. This is a free service. This is not just for large businesses it if for any smith or
  2. Forging table legs.Table legs of metal with their hands,using hand forged fixtures for flexible components.Original design wrought iron legs for table from the forge Kovanca.
  3. Good afternoon, I am a beginner, no, I'm even worse than a beginner, I've never even put hammer to steel. (I've started putting hammer to aluminum though, so I'm not completely hopeless...I hope.) . Aaaaaanyway, I am DESPERATELY interested in learning how to smith (both blade and black) but at the same time, being a father of 6 and a husband, am a little gun shy to jumping in head first and dying. (Also, I'm still trying to bring my lovey wife around to the idea as a whole, so having some education under my belt would help) That said, I'm looking for beginner classes/an experienced
  4. well, my old forge from last year isn't really working out the way i wanted it to. it's hot, no place to hide from the sun plus a white hot fire makes it very uncomfortable, if not unbearable. these are some pictures of what it looks like now, and where i'd like to move it. I (hopefully) have my barrel stove kit coming down, with that i'll be able to start working on swords again. right now, with my little chimney stove thingy i can't work on anything bigger than about a foot, max, blade, tang and all. it sucks. so post some comments and suggestions and i'll start to post some of the w
  5. So I have been making these long spikes with skulls forged into the ends and the bar stock. They are all made from RR Spikes. I make them pointy. Gives me a chance to work at forging tapers. Feedback is welcome. Oh and some key fobs.
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