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  • Adjustable anvil Stand.

    Hey Y`all,
    Here is a adustable anvil stand I built for my Mouse hole anvil 108LBS. for demos. Since sometimes the ground is not flat at some demos I made it where it would be level where ever it needed to be. Its got all thread to make it level where ever it goes. the legs come off for tansport in my mom`s Nissan X-tera.

    Chris
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    hey wireburner,

    I'd love to see this stand ( as I just fabbed an anvil from a piece of R.R. track), but your pics are too small for my old eye's to see..

    Mark

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    • #3
      I `am not sure why there so small hmm here is the links to where there posted
      http://www.iforgeiron.com/gallery/sh...hp/photo/10256

      http://www.iforgeiron.com/gallery/sh...hp/photo/10255

      http://www.iforgeiron.com/gallery/sh...hp/photo/10252

      Chris
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      • #4
        here is a pic of it being used. http://www.iforgeiron.com/gallery/sh...hp/photo/10250
        you maY also wanna check my site for more pics. my site isn`t finshed yet I still have to get the store and gallery done. www.infernoforging.com 67 are you getting into smithing?

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        • #5
          Chris,

          Thanks for the link to the larger images.

          Question: I've seen/heard that you need a more massive stand for proper use of an anvil.
          Something like a large piece of dense tree stump. Your stand looks great, but doesn't meet this criteria. Have I been given incorrect information? I had asked my brother to get me a 3 foot tall log that's 2 foot tall in diameter the next time he goes up to get firewood on which to mount my home made anvil. If that's not necessary, I'd build something closer to what you've done.

          No, I'm not into smithing. I do ornamental iron work ( fencing, railings, furniture, etc..) and machining work.

          thanks,
          Mark




          Originally posted by wireburner View Post
          here is a pic of it being used. http://www.iforgeiron.com/gallery/sh...hp/photo/10250
          you maY also wanna check my site for more pics. my site isn`t finshed yet I still have to get the store and gallery done. www.infernoforging.com 67 are you getting into smithing?

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          • #6
            Good job Chris. Does mom help load it ...Bob
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            • #7
              Originally posted by 67chevelle View Post
              Chris,

              Thanks for the link to the larger images.

              Question: I've seen/heard that you need a more massive stand for proper use of an anvil.
              Something like a large piece of dense tree stump. Your stand looks great, but doesn't meet this criteria. Have I been given incorrect information? I had asked my brother to get me a 3 foot tall log that's 2 foot tall in diameter the next time he goes up to get firewood on which to mount my home made anvil. If that's not necessary, I'd build something closer to what you've done.

              No, I'm not into smithing. I do ornamental iron work ( fencing, railings, furniture, etc..) and machining work.

              thanks,
              Mark
              Hey Mark,
              I am in need of an anvil. I have some RR track, and would like to see some photos of how to make an anvil with it. Some pictures and a brief description would be greatly appreciated.
              Thanks,
              Nick

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              • #8
                67,
                The mass of a stump helps but is NOT needed. That is for demos mainly.

                Bob,
                Yes mom helps load it since i hurt my back. Also hows that bender coming along?

                Nick,
                May I refer you to www.iforgeiron.com lots of info there on RR Track anvils.

                Chris

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