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Hand Forging by Thomas F. Googerty

SCROLLWORK
p.111

piece is hammered over the outer edge of the anvil, bending it as shown in Fig. 65, at A. It is then turned over onto the anvil and tapped down as shown at B, at the same time forming the eye

Fig. 67.   Former for Scroll-Bending

round without any kinks. The completed eye should be formed with this heat. It is again heated and further formed by hammering it as shown at C. It is then turned over and hammered as at D, rolling it in shape as shown at E. It is now reheated, and the part already formed may be kept cool in order not to bend it out of shape. Next it is hammered as shown at F. The sketches fully show the method of forming, and with a little practice the bending will become easy.
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SCROLLWORK p.111 piece is hammered over the outer edge of the anvil, bending it as shown in Fig. 65, at A. It is then turned over onto the anvil and tapped down as shown at B, at the same time forming the eye Fig. 67. Former for Scroll-Bending round without any kinks. The completed eye should be formed with this heat. It is again heated and further formed by hammering it as shown at C. It is then turned over and hammered as at D, rolling it in shape as shown at E. It is now reheated, and the part already formed may be kept cool in order not to bend it out of shape. Next it is hammered as shown at F. The sketches fully show the method of forming, and with a little practice the bending will become easy.

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