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Hand Forging by Thomas F. Googerty

SCROLLWORK	117
In forming scrolls from heavy stock the eye is formed on the anvil and horn. The body of the scroll is formed by using a monkey wrench and bending-fork as shown in Fig. 68. The monkey wrench should have the corners of its jaws filed
Fig. 72.   Design of Grille Corner to be Made from Flat
Stock
round in order not to destroy the finish of the bar being formed. After the scroll is formed by pulling it around with the wrench, if there is any part that needs a little rectifying, it may be done on the horn, or if the coil is closely coiled, it may be done by using a large pair of tongs as shown in Fig. 69. In doing this the scroll is heated quite hot and laid on the surface plate. By catching between the coils with the tongs they may be
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SCROLLWORK 117 In forming scrolls from heavy stock the eye is formed on the anvil and horn. The body of the scroll is formed by using a monkey wrench and bending-fork as shown in Fig. 68. The monkey wrench should have the corners of its jaws filed Fig. 72. Design of Grille Corner to be Made from Flat Stock round in order not to destroy the finish of the bar being formed. After the scroll is formed by pulling it around with the wrench, if there is any part that needs a little rectifying, it may be done on the horn, or if the coil is closely coiled, it may be done by using a large pair of tongs as shown in Fig. 69. In doing this the scroll is heated quite hot and laid on the surface plate. By catching between the coils with the tongs they may be

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