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Solid Steel DIY Anvil

Solid Steel DIY Anvil made by Paul Krzyszkowski

Photos by Paul Krzyszkowski, Mississauga, Canada, digitally processed by Jock Dempsey.

This anvil was made as a high school metal working class project. The body is built up from pieces of mild steel and a 1/2" thick 4140 steel alloy face welded on and hardened.

As a school project it included CAD drawings, machined parts and lots of welding.
The round plate is part of the base the 115 lb. anvil is bolted to. The base weighs nearly as much as the anvil making a VERY solid pair.

Marked up anvil drawing
The project started with the drawing above and details derived from it. As the project progressed it was revised to include a hardened steel face and stepped feet.

For project details SEE: Making a 115 Pound All Steel Anvil


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