Vašek Trpišovský

Vašek Trpišovský

Vašek Trpišovský
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Uri Hofi, The twisting tool is heavy duty and adjustable up to 2'' steel. IForgeIron Blueprints Copyright 2002 - 2007 IFORGEIRON, All rights reserved. BP1027 Twist 01 by Uri Hofi Eight years ago I developed this...

Uri Hofi, The twisting tool is heavy duty and adjustable up to 2'' steel. IForgeIron Blueprints Copyright 2002 - 2007 IFORGEIRON, All rights reserved. BP1027 Twist 01 by Uri Hofi Eight years ago I developed this...

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http://www.hallowellco.com/MLH-2004-Bench-leg-jooint.jpg

Hay penny scroll storyboard from John Barron

Hay penny scroll storyboard from John Barron

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408643_270424653060934_1811256917_n.jpg

Coin Ring ...how to make a ring out of a circle cut from sheet.... put it through a rolling mill first to texture the metal, cut circles, drill out center, anneal as needed, hammer on a mandrel, switching the way the ring faces on mandrel.... pickle to remove firescale, liver of sulphur, polish.

Coin Ring ...how to make a ring out of a circle cut from sheet.... put it through a rolling mill first to texture the metal, cut circles, drill out center, anneal as needed, hammer on a mandrel, switching the way the ring faces on mandrel.... pickle to remove firescale, liver of sulphur, polish.

Forge-welding and folding steel bars to create a billet and forging it into a SUNOBE, then into a blade. Start by manipulating the pattern in the steel. This is not a foreign concept to the Japanese smith. They use it commonly to make mokume out of soft metals and some schools use it to enhance the visual appearance of the steel grain in their blades. The Gassan school created their ayasugi hada this way, this drawing shows a ladder pattern that creates the wavy look of the ayasugi hada.

Forge-welding and folding steel bars to create a billet and forging it into a SUNOBE, then into a blade. Start by manipulating the pattern in the steel. This is not a foreign concept to the Japanese smith. They use it commonly to make mokume out of soft metals and some schools use it to enhance the visual appearance of the steel grain in their blades. The Gassan school created their ayasugi hada this way, this drawing shows a ladder pattern that creates the wavy look of the ayasugi hada.

Damascus Patterns

Damascus Patterns

Brian Brazeal inspired crane. Ive admired Brian's work for some time and quite a while ago he posted the steps on making one of these on Iforgeiron. I made one and it was pretty crappy. I can critique this to death still, but its 50x better than the first. Ive learned a heck of a lot from the knowledge he's shared online.

Brian Brazeal inspired crane. Ive admired Brian's work for some time and quite a while ago he posted the steps on making one of these on Iforgeiron. I made one and it was pretty crappy. I can critique this to death still, but its 50x better than the first. Ive learned a heck of a lot from the knowledge he's shared online.

Wall Hanging Hand Forged Metal Design by FredVillanuevaStudio, $200.00

Wall Hanging Hand Forged Metal Design by FredVillanuevaStudio, $200.00

Mirror by D4muShka

Mirror by D4muShka