Hand-forged blacksmith bottom round swage - high-quality anvil tool
Hand-dorged blacksmith bottom round swage - high-quality anvil tool
Round bottom swages are tools used by blacksmiths to shape and form rounded or concave surfaces in metal. These tools typically have a hemispherical or rounded bottom surface, and they are used in combination with a hammer or power hammer to create various curved or rounded shapes in metalwork. Blacksmiths use round bottom swages for tasks such as forming curves, dishing, creating decorative elements, and shaping metal into more complex and artistic forms. These tools are essential for achieving precise and uniform curves and contours in metal objects during the forging process.
Overall length: 5.1" (132mm); 5.1" (130mm)
Overall weight: 2.8lb (1.27kg); 3.6lb (1.63kg)
Work size length: 0.98" (25mm)
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By default, you’ll get the same product as in the photos. Also, we offer additional engravings(text, logo, images) for an additional fee. Describe what you would like engraved in field: your personalization.
To maintain your hammer's longevity, periodically apply boiled linseed oil to both the handle and the hammerhead. It's natural for wooden handles to break sometimes. However, by oiling and being cautious with the hammer-handle connection, such as avoiding dropping it on its handle, you can prolong its life. Refrain from hitting hard surfaces with the hammer, as metal-on-metal contact can lead to dents and potentially hazardous chipping.
If the hammer's face shows signs of wear over time, you can refresh its appearance using a Trizact belt and a buffer. This will keep it looking neat and polished.