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  • My hammer/tong Rack

    As most of `yall know I blacksmith . I`ve been working on a hammer/tong rack for my new blacksmith shop and got most of it done today . I `ll post pics. when its finshed . I`am going to put more rings for hammers when I get more 1/4in.'' rod and a top once i go to hd ,Tsc some where. LOl . its 2x2ft. and 3 foot tall . I built it to help keep my blacksmith shop orangized

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  • #2
    Lookin good, what is going on top, your bear head? about the right size.

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    • #3
      thanks, probally expanded metal

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      • #4
        I meant the block with different shaped dips in it used for beating out spoons cups, things like that. The one my buddy has is about 16" square and about 5" thick.
        It may be called a wolf head or similiar name.

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        • #5
          Nice Rack

          Nice job Wireburner, are you going to install any lower shelves or racks for underneathe storage?
          Nice Rack lol Jim uhohjim1@aol.com

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          • #6
            Wolf's head?
            Bear head?

            How about swage block.

            http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swage_block

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            • #7
              Yep swage block, some reason I think my buddy calls it a something head.
              Knows more about blcksmithing then me. Maybe local slang?

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              • #8
                looks great.
                put a nice coat of paint and a glass top and it's ready for work.

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                • #9
                  Thanks!!!!!!!! Its called a swage block , I ain`t got one (need one just ain`t got one) . I finshed my hood to go above my forge and hung it yesterday . I got most everyting in my shop now! I `ll post pics, of the table when its finshed.

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                  • #10
                    LOL James! Thanks again everyone

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