"It's amazing how versatile it can be. I work by myself and the KA75 isn't too far from my anvil. It is truly a great helper."

Martin Gabbertt
Eugene, OR

"The KA75 paid for itself on my first job."
Tom Ryan
Queens, NY

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The KA75 Power Hammer

Blacksmith Operations - Demonstration 1

Drawing or lengthening a piece is achieved by repeated blows and turning the stock. The combination dies will move material the fastest for this operation. The narrow section will pinch and force the material perpendicular to the die. The flat area will smooth out the hammer marks of the fullering area. Clamping a taper block on the flat area can form tapers. A 5/8-inch tapped hole on the right side of the machine is used to hold this type of tooling.

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"I am doing real well with the hammer. It is loosening up as you said it would. I have cut my time down in making a knife from a railroad spike to 1/20 of what it took by hand. Not only is the forging time faster, there is very little grinding. The knife dies work real well."

Dan Gardner
a.k.a. themissouriknifesmith on eBay

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