Wrought Iron Work

Wrought Iron Work

Post by Steve Nun » Sat, 13 Mar 1999 04:00:00



Does any one know of any wrought iron work sites about, suitable for a
beginner. I am after some ideas and pointing in the right direction for
making the scroles for the scrole work

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Steve
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Wrought Iron Work

Post by Chris Bra » Sat, 13 Mar 1999 04:00:00



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> Does any one know of any wrought iron work sites about, suitable for a
> beginner. I am after some ideas and pointing in the right direction for
> making the scroles for the scrole work

Shop Outfitters
605 S. Adams St.
Laramie WY 82070
(307) 745-5999
fax (307) 742-5999

No website that I know of however.

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Wrought Iron Work

Post by GHS » Mon, 15 Mar 1999 04:00:00


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> Does any one know of any wrought iron work sites about, suitable for a
> beginner. I am after some ideas and pointing in the right direction for
> making the scroles for the scrole work

> --
> See ya

> Steve
> **********************************

> If something is difficult to do,
> then its not worth doing.

>  Homer Simpson

> **********************************

try this one http://www.anvilfire.com/centaur/
Click on the red' anvilfire'
Scroll down to the Blacksmithing in the 21st century page
Look for the bender articles.

also you might try posting to alt. crafts.blacksmithing - Mike

 
 
 

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Post by NEIL HANSE » Sat, 20 Mar 1999 04:00:00


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>> Does any one know of any wrought iron work sites about, suitable for a
>> beginner. I am after some ideas and pointing in the right direction for
>> making the scroles for the scrole work
>>{snip}

I would try  ABANA.org , the Artist Blacksmithing Association of North
America.  Also, try looking for Lindsay Publications they have a site.  They
have some greate text books on wrought Iron work republished from the turn
of the last century.
 
 
 

Wrought Iron Work

Post by Tony Let » Sat, 20 Mar 1999 04:00:00


Try www.nomma.org/nomma.  It's the web site for the National Ornamental and
Miscellaneous Metals Association.

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>>> Does any one know of any wrought iron work sites about, suitable for a
>>> beginner. I am after some ideas and pointing in the right direction for
>>> making the scroles for the scrole work
>>>{snip}

>I would try  ABANA.org , the Artist Blacksmithing Association of North
>America.  Also, try looking for Lindsay Publications they have a site.
They
>have some greate text books on wrought Iron work republished from the turn
>of the last century.

 
 
 

Wrought Iron Work

Post by John Emmerlin » Sun, 21 Mar 1999 04:00:00


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> >> Does any one know of any wrought iron work sites about, suitable for a
> >> beginner. I am after some ideas and pointing in the right direction for
> >> making the scroles for the scrole work
> >>{snip}

> I would try  ABANA.org , the Artist Blacksmithing Association of North
> America.  Also, try looking for Lindsay Publications they have a site.  They
> have some greate text books on wrought Iron work republished from the turn
> of the last century.

Try artmetal.com  You can subscribe to The Forge and recieve daily postings in
your e-mail. Informative group w/Thur nite chat regarding various aspects of
metalworking. Some yak, but overall great people and very informative.
John Emmerling

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PO Box 2080
1368 Pacific Way
Gearhart,OR. 97138
800-738-5434 voice
503-738-5494 fax

 
 
 

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Post by Steve Nun » Tue, 23 Mar 1999 04:00:00


Thanks for all your help. I used the anvilfire.com link and got onto the
Blacksmiths ring, sounds interesting :-) . Loads of info for making
tools, anvils, forges, power hammers etc.  Thanks very much.

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See ya

Steve
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If something is difficult to do,
then its not worth doing.

 Homer Simpson

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