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annealed anvil ball-peen hammer Bessemer Bessemer process bevel block blows borax bottom fuller bottom swage brazing carbon cast iron center section chisel point coal cold chisel collar cool copper corner cross-peen hammer curve cutting edge dark red heat disk Draw the end drift pin drill Exercise extra stock f-inch face fastened finished flat stock forging heat furnace grinding handle hardening hardie heading tool heavier hook horn hot chisel illustrated in Fig inch round lathe tools leaf leaf ornament leaves length of stock material metal method necessary operation peen petals pig iron pipe plate pritchel hole Puddling Furnace ring rivet round stock scarf scroll set hammer shape sharp shoulder shown in Fig side slightly slip soldering spiral split square stock stock required straight straighten surface tapered temperature tenon Thermit thickness tool hole tool steel top and bottom twisted upset vise welding heat wrench wrought iron
Page iii - AMONG the many treatises on technical subjects, few of a really practical and helpful character are to be found on the general subject of art metal and blacksmith work. The author of this book has endeavored to...
Page 131 - Cruibles are made either of clay, or of graphite and clay in about equal parts. Once heated, the clay pot must be recharged hot and the first heating must be very slow or the pot will crack. Crucible steel making, unlike Open Hearth and Bessemer process, is a pure melting rather than a converting process. Within certain limits the steel maker is confined to so proportioning the...