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Fold-Forming II: Fold-Forming for Blacksmiths

Fold forming was invented by Mr. Charles Lewton-Brain in the 1980's and is considered by the British Museum Laboratories to be a new way to work metal by hand. The first in thousands of years.

This class will focus on the basic fold-forming concept of working sheet metal by folding, working, and unfolding and its application to hot iron.

We will work on a few basic folds and the tools and techniques necessary for fold-forming in hot metal, and advance as time and abilities allow.

More information on fold forming can be found at: http://www.brainpress.com/Foldforming.html

There is Open Smithy time scheduled after the class for those that wish to stay and keep working on their pieces.

6 hours 2 meetings    dates&times

Prerequisite:
Students should have attended Fold-Forming I at PHF or one of Mr. Lewton-Brain's fold-forming seminars here or at Metalwerx.

Instructor: Carl West
$210
Class size is limited to 4 students (one per forge).

Gift Certificates for Fold-Forming II: Fold-Forming for Blacksmiths are available.

If none of the dates below work for you (or are already full), we suggest you
Add yourself to the Wait List for this class.
(The wait list gets notified soon after classes are put on the schedule.)

Please wear proper clothing for visiting or working in the forge: closed toe shoes (preferably leather, preferably high-topped. Sneakers are sufficient.), natural fiber clothing, long pants that cover the tops of the shoes. Click here for more safety information.


Dates and Times:

This class is either:
- not upcoming on our schedule,
- or we've fallen behind in our clerical duties and not entered it in the database.
If you found it on our calendar page, we are planning to offer it on that date.

If you're interested in taking Fold-Forming II: Fold-Forming for Blacksmiths and it's not on the calendar, please tell us using our Waiting-List Page.

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