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- How to Forge Weld on a Blacksmith’s Anvil Heath, Robert M.$12.00
Forge welding is an old technique of joining two pieces of metal with heat. This booklet is written to honestly try to convey certain principles of a craft technique that are difficult to convey in writing. The reader can find enough information to enable, even a beginner, to make a forge weld. Go for it!
Format: Soft cover, Dimentations: 8" x 11", Pages: 52, Illustrations: 140Learn More
- Metalworking, Doing it Better Lipton, Tom$29.95
Metalworking, Doing it better is an extraordinary guide which will help you develop new metalworking skills and improve those you already have - while saving you valuable time! Tom Lipton, who wrote "Metalworking Sink or Swim" shares with you hundreds of unique and creative techniques, well illustrated with full color pictures. They are carefuly coordinated with the tips to enhance your learning - and your enjoyment too.
Format: Soft cover Dimentions: 8 1/2" x 11" Pages: 344 Illustrations: !,000Learn More
- Practical Blacksmithing and Metalworking Blandford, Percy W.$28.00
Blacksmithing and metatworking can be easier than you would imagine. This book shows you how - with some patience and working knowledge of metals, tools, and techniques - blacksmithing can be a rewarding, inexpensive hobby. Using simple instructions and first-rate, detailed illustrations, Blandford makes it easy for the novice to learn this craft, while offering project variations complex enough to challenge even the experienced blacksmith or metalworker. You'll learn how to:
* use forges and anvils, bellows, swage blocks and mandrels, tongs, and many other tools * work with sheet alloys, iron and steel, zinc, brass, tin, bronze, lead, aluminum, copper, and precious metals. * cut, shape, form, bend, solder, braze, weld, rivet, harden, anneal, flatten, punch, draw out, twist, split, loop scroll, saw, shear, file, drill, hollow-out, planish, mold, and cast all types of metals. * make chains and hardware such as nails, catches, bolts, handles, hinges, hooks, and latches. * create tools like punches, spikes, chisels, crowbars, tongs, hammers, sets, fullers, swages, and stakes. * make built-up assemblies. * apply geometry to the construction of trays, funnels, boxes, cylinders, and more!
Percy W. Blandford is an internationally recognized master craftsman. He is a full-time freelance journalist and Fellow to the Institute of Journalists, and the author of more than eighty books.Learn More
- Ready, Set, Weld! Matin, Kimberli$21.95
What's fun, easy, and conbe done by anyone? Welding! That's right, your're going to find that playing with metal using a MIG welder is almost as easy as wielding a glue gun. Matin covers the basics and gives you 25 step-by-step projects for the home and garden.
Format: Softcover. Dimentions: 8.5" x 10" Pages: 127 Illustrations 162Learn More