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RE:working on a square horn 15 Feb 2009 09:31 #16

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RE:working on a square horn 15 Feb 2009 20:46 #17

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my mentor just gave me a Mankel anvil. it has nice really sharp edges but a square horn. how the heck to you work hot shoes on this thing :o

Do you own a 7" angle grinder and a 24 grit Disc?

You can make that square horn round pretty quickly! :D
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RE:working on a square horn 16 Feb 2009 01:11 #18

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I worked off a mankel for a while. No problems with the horn.
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RE:working on a square horn 16 Feb 2009 03:07 #19

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BPethick wrote:
Do you own a 7" angle grinder and a 24 grit Disc?

You can make that square horn round pretty quickly! :D

Bob, I was wondering about that after I read the first post. I have only one anvil and it is a 125# Centuar designed by Bruce Daniels that has a flat horn and the tapered boat tail horn on the other. I was thinking about trading out for a 100# Scott to get the round horn and loose 25# in and out of my truck.
I am kind of sentimental about the anvil and would love to convert it over to the rounder style. Have you done it? Do you have any tips? That horn looks like it has plenty of material to spare, I just never seriously considered modifying it.
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RE:working on a square horn 16 Feb 2009 03:15 #20

horseshoe1 wrote:
Bob, I was wondering about that after I read the first post. I have only one anvil and it is a 125# Centuar designed by Bruce Daniels that has a flat horn and the tapered boat tail horn on the other. I was thinking about trading out for a 100# Scott to get the round horn and loose 25# in and out of my truck.
I am kind of sentimental about the anvil and would love to convert it over to the rounder style. Have you done it? Do you have any tips? That horn looks like it has plenty of material to spare, I just never seriously considered modifying it.

jim when you do something like that you take as little metal off as you can to get horn were you would like it to be.its like a fine piece of wood you work it gently.
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RE:working on a square horn 16 Feb 2009 03:26 #21

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Use one of those carpenter contour gauges to check your progress. Grind a bit then push the gauge on. It's easier to see what you've done by looking at the gauge.
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RE:working on a square horn 16 Feb 2009 06:51 #22

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I think it would be a shame to change the anvil
go buy just what you want yeah;)
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RE:working on a square horn 16 Feb 2009 23:59 #23

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To make a shoe on a flat type horn ,all you need to do is move your hammer blow a TINY bit more to the offside of the horn from where you would hit it on a round horn, thats all. As long as you have a little air under the stock where you hit it .it will bend. It's not rocket science. A round surface is a round surface, even if that round surface is placed a little more to the side of the horn.
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RE:working on a square horn 17 Feb 2009 00:06 #24

thank you, i'll keep trying. I am so used to a round horn that it's really throwing me off. I really looking forward to a new anvil
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RE:working on a square horn 17 Feb 2009 00:23 #25

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Here play with hitting it here, use your tong hand the same as you would onthe round horn, and youll eventually get the feel. I have had flat horn anvils my whole career ,from school on.
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RE:working on a square horn 17 Feb 2009 00:29 #26

By the looks of Patty's drawing,

You could just lay your square horn anvil on its side and you would have a round horn. :D
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RE:working on a square horn 17 Feb 2009 01:02 #27

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Maybe cut the horn off and weld back on sideways.:D

Sorry,:) I have a flat horn Mankle,used for 17 years and still in very good condition.Learn't on a flat horn too(Dad's is an MFC or old Multi-tool) Dad still uses that one. He tried some others and just goes back to that one,Knows every dip in it. If you like a round horn,Buy a good one and keep it forever.If you buy one for the shop, Just find the same one only bigger. Spend what you need to, It won't go bad. Darn things seem to last forever. Good luck.

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RE:working on a square horn 17 Feb 2009 03:31 #28

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I used a Mankel for about 15 years too. Is a good anvil. Is all about the way the hammer is swung. Anvil shouldn't matter.
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RE:working on a square horn 17 Feb 2009 07:48 #29

calshoer wrote:
Here play with hitting it here, use your tong hand the same as you would onthe round horn, and youll eventually get the feel. I have had flat horn anvils my whole career ,from school on.
What Position is the tong -hand, ? That would be a good spot to draw some steel out, i think.
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RE:working on a square horn 17 Feb 2009 13:44 #30

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If you've seen the ferrie videos, they actually start turning the branches on the face of the anvil. As long as you don't get chatter marks on the inside of the web you can turn shoes anywhere you want.

When I used the Mankel, I only used the front part of the horn.
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