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Hand Forging by Thomas F. Googerty

SCROLLWORK
p.113

When the scrolls are all formed and fit the drawing, the ends are drawn on a taper. Where one member crosses another, as shown by the arrows in Fig. 64, they are halved together. This is done by filing half through each bar as shown

Fig. 69.   Rectifying a Scroll

at A in Fig. 64. When all are fitted the holes are drilled and the rivets are put in, using a rivet set to finish the heads.
In some designs there are a number of scrolls
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SCROLLWORK p.113 When the scrolls are all formed and fit the drawing, the ends are drawn on a taper. Where one member crosses another, as shown by the arrows in Fig. 64, they are halved together. This is done by filing half through each bar as shown Fig. 69. Rectifying a Scroll at A in Fig. 64. When all are fitted the holes are drilled and the rivets are put in, using a rivet set to finish the heads. In some designs there are a number of scrolls

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