Foo

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  1. Consider this a 4K video blueprint. I went to Jymm Hoffman's shop and filmed how to forge a frying pan. Here's a 10 minute instruction video: Video contains some short scenes that may be objectionable to some viewers. Please forgive the PUBG references, our YouTube audience is much younger. What do you all think?
  2. Mostly snakes. However a cricket kept me company with his chirps tonight.
  3. Dance your cares away, worries for another day. Let the music play, down at Fraggle Rock!

  4. Heading to my first punk house show of the year.

  5. I have no clue what company delivers at 8am, but I will enjoy the morning PG Tips I ordered.

  6. I never realized how many of my friends only know one language until I started learning more.

  7. ...and I feel fine.

  8. Great photos, good stuff.
  9. It's a rumor. I Forge Iron now pushes out over 2,500,000 pageviews a month, which requires more focus on the technical end. After last night, we'll be refocusing on the Blueprints soon.
  10. This upgrade is straight forward. We're switching login systems. The Blueprints being offline are a another story. I'll post an update on the Blueprints soon. The advantage is one login. Also, you do not need to like us on Facebook. I put the banner up to remind people we are on there as well. I'll take it down in a few days. Everyone is affected.
  11. I Forge Iron is expanding. As a result, we are changing the way we handle login authentication. We ask you check you account so we can fix any problems before the upgrade. Please make sure your login information is current. A ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. One reason for this, is I Forge Iron now has a store and we'll be introducing an SSL (encryption). The upgrade, which will be rolled out soon, will allow users to login via email or username. Across multiple sites even. Members stuck as, "Awaiting validation" will be deleted. These are people who signed up, often spammers, but never confirmed their email address. Make sure your email address is correct!  you may find your account is closed if not current
  12. We just upgraded the server. The chat will be fixed soon enough.

  13. Version 1910

    3,309 downloads

    Blacksmith Shop Practice by James Cran (Second Edition) CONTENTS Arrangement and Equipment of a Model Blacksmith Shop Welding The Forging of Hooks and Chains Miscellaneous Blacksmith Shop Appliances and Methods
  14. Version 1907

    1,386 downloads

    The Scientific Steelworker By Ozro A. Westover For Steel Workers and Blacksmiths,The Art of Working Steel Thoroughly Explained. Also Steel Working Receipts and Mechanical Tables for Making Rings of All Sizes of Iron, Steel and Angle Iron.
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    Machine Blacksmithing

    Version 1910

    1,301 downloads

    Machine Blacksmithing by James Cran
  16. Version 1907

    2,007 downloads

    The Blacksmiths̕ Guide By James Francis Sallows
  17. Version 1907

    1,474 downloads

    Standard blacksmithing, horseshoeing and wagon making By John Gustaf Holmström This one seems to be the sequel to "Modern Blacksmithing".
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    Modern Blacksmithing

    Version 1904

    1,379 downloads

    Modern Blacksmithing - Rational Horse Shoeing and Wagon Making John Gustaf Holmström Book is filled with illustrations and awesomeness.
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    Arizona Artist Blacksmith Association's The Anvil's Horn - March 2008 Table of Contents: January Demo: Jim Pepperyl November Demo Report: by Bonnie Harvey Helpful tip for curved staircase hand rail By Brian Hughes WORK SMARTER IN THE SHOP: Hand Tools By Barry Denton Chris Contos’ “The Lady” The Bill Callaway award by Dan Jennings Mastering the Fundamentals of Blacksmithing Mark Aspery’s Class at Saguaro Ranch By Michael Sobrado Pieh Tool: The New location has a Wonderful New Look By Dan Jennings November Flower Contest: Impressive Results
  20. 1,075 downloads

    Arizona Artist Blacksmith Association's The Anvil's Horn - March 2008 Table of Contents: January Demo Report: Jim Pepperl 2007 Reed Carlock Memorial Auction Report Make your Stainless Steel Glow by Pete Stanaitis Forge Math by Bob Rummage Bark Scorpion by D.W.Harvey New Work by John Doss and Keith Jones Basic Blacksmithing at Turley Forge By Wally Warnke Material Choices for Pattern Welding
  21. 880 downloads

    Arizona Artist Blacksmith Association's The Anvil's Horn - May 2008 Table of Contents: March Demo Report: Ray Rybar At the Mesa Arts Center Mosiac Damascus Demonstration by Ray Rabar Class Report: Large Scale Joinery and Stake Repousse Education And The Blacksmith By Barry Denton Forging with Charcoal by Beth Holmberg San Diego, California Dumb Things Not to Do Butterflies and Moths New Work From “the Pres” Projects: Shelf bracket & Chinese clamp knife
  22. 885 downloads

    Arizona Artist Blacksmith Association's The Anvil's Horn - July 2008 Table of Contents: May Demo Report: Hosted by the Bar-U-Bar with Jim Keith Bar-U-Bar Blueprint by Jim Keith Member Profile: John Doss Metal Arts Village in Tucson: Opportunities for Blacksmiths Board of Director’s Report: Sucker Rod: A Tool Steel Alternative for Blacksmiths? Cold Shaping Hints by Doug Kluender Education Report: Level 1 Class Has Started “What, No Power Hammer?” by Bonnie McKenna Harvey “Passages” – in memory of Susann Rachell Salmon
  23. 684 downloads

    AABA's The Anvil's Horn - March 2010 Table of Contents: January Demo Report: Caleb Kullman Forged Pickett Caleb’s 3 day workshop Blacksmith Business Tip: Avoid Regulations By Barry Denton Safe Grinding Part 2 For Your Tool Box Forged Bells By Michael Sobrado Mary Ann LaRoche Member’s Gallery Anvil Stand by Doug Kluender
  24. 472 downloads

    AABA's The Anvil's Horn - April 2010 Table of Contents: March Demo Report: Oracle by Mary Ann LaRoche Members Gallery My Bull Riding Career Is Officially Over By Barry Denton Dividing Circles by Dan Jennings THE WEDGE JOINT Len Ledet Cathi Borthwick Scottsdale Art Festival Instant Mobility Kit by Kay Kofford The Deaf Wife Walt's Vines by Walt Hull