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Hand Forging by Thomas F. Googerty

HAND FORGING, coke, forge, heat, weld, round iron, upset, scarfed, hammering, hand hammer, anvil, Drawing to a Point
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54 HAND - FORGING of well burned coke on the forge to be used in taking the heat. For example, to weld two pieces of 1-in. round iron, the pieces should be upset on the ends and scarfed by hammering them back with the hand hammer, as shown in Fig. 22. The piece is then turned over onto the side of anvil and Fig. 23. Hammering the Steps Fig. 24. Drawing to a Point Fig. 25. Laying Heated Ends Together

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