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Blacksmithing - Blacksmithing For Beginners - cover

Blacksmithing - Blacksmithing For Beginners

John Hammer

Publisher: Red Kite Publishing

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Summary

Start Your Journey Towards Becoming A Modern Age Blacksmith Today! This Skill that has made it through time and ages is now a scare one; Be one of the few to Master it and your works will be in demand!
 
Blacksmithing is a craft that has a rich history. People throughout the ages used blacksmithing in order to create works of art and common household items to make life easier.
 
Whether you needed a nail, a horse shod, or something else with metal or iron, the blacksmith was there to get the work done. However, as big companies came along and were able to do the work in bulk and in less time, the life of the blacksmith started to fade.
 
Now it is harder than ever to find someone who is able to do the work of a blacksmith. The good news is that this guidebook will provide you with all the tips and tricks that you need.
 
In this book, you’ll learn about the basics and essential techniques associated with the various objects that can be crafted by a blacksmith.
 
You’ll learn about the materials that have been used since ancient times to create beautifully-crafted objects, and you’ll learn about modern-day materials that have proved themselves worthy of use by today’s blacksmith.
 
Here Is A look at Some of the Chapters in this Book:-
 
•The History of Blacksmithing
 
•The Basic Steps to Start with Blacksmithing
 
•The Basic Tools to do a Project
 
•Blacksmithing Processes and Techniques
 
•Learning the Basic Metals of Blacksmithing
 
•Safety Precautions Everyone Should Take
 
•Blacksmithing Project For A Beginner Blacksmith And Much more !
 
More importantly, you will learn about becoming a blacksmith yourself. You will learn about the tools and essential techniques of the blacksmith’s work.
 
You will learn about creating useful tools and agricultural implements, cooking utensils, decorative items, and even weapons. There is a real charm around objects given to someone when you made it yourself. That item becomes much more symbolic and special than if it was the most expensive thing bought in a store. That's because intention forged it. Practice and soon enough you will be able to bestow such gift to someone special. 
 
Get your copy today! Right Now you could be cutting and eating that delicious fruit with your self-made Knife. Lots of useful items can be made with the right Blacksmithing techniques. Take the first step towards becoming a blacksmith by going up the page and buying this book today! Your friends will be amazed by what your hands can create, all you need is guidance and practice!

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