|Tunnel Mill Crafts - Stake Anvil Class |
October 8th, 9th & 10th 2010 with Tom Latane
Below is a courtesy announcement for a unique opportunity to attend Tunnel Mill Crafts
in Stewartville, Minnesota - Hand forging a Stake Anvil Class with Tom Latane
October 8th, 9th & 10th 2010
Please forward this announcement on to anyone that you think might be interested.
Rome H. Hutchings
ABANA Member Services
Forging a Stake Anvil by Hand
October 8,9 & 10, 2010
Participants in this class will work in pairs striking for each other to produce a small
stake anvil for each.
To begin the process a collar will be forge welded around the lower part of the vertical stem (1 1/2 " square mild steel). The horizontal portion (also 1 1/2" square) will be forged to a taper on both ends and forge welded to a tenon welded on top of the stem. Reinforcing cheeks will be welded across this joint on either side.
The anvil face will be forged from leaf spring and welded along the top of the two horns, after which they will be forged to final shape. The spring steel face should be hard enough without heat treating. The reinforcing cheeks will offer space for touch marks, initials, or decorative ornamentation.
Hand Forged Stake Anvil - T.C. Latane
Tunnel Mill Crafts - John & Carol Adams
4505 Highway 63 North
Rochester, MN 55906
Call for availability at mill.
(507) 289-4189 or (507) 289-5246
Mill phone (507) 378-4983
Tunnel Mill Crafts 28036 County Rd 1