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Types of Anvils

Bench Anvils
Bench Anvils

Small bench work anvils can be used for jewelry but are clumsy for delicate work. However it is impossible to forge anything larger than fine wire on a little 5 oz. (150g) jewelers anvil and difficult to use a large 200 pound (90kg) forging anvil for jewelry work.

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Forging Anvils
Forging Anvils

RIDGID® Peddinghaus anvils have a reputation for quality and craftsmanship. Peddinghaus anvils are drop-forged and produced entirely from high-grade steel for maximum durability. The top face is ground and induction hardened to provide a lively surface to work on.

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Sheet Metal Anvils
Sheet Metal Anvils

At Woodward Fab, we provide metal working anvils to meet this intrinsic need. Metal working anvils are popular products within the metal working tools category. They are supplied in various types, so everyone from the novice and veteran, to large scale fabrication houses can avail these products.

Shoeing Anvils
Shoeing Anvils

Modern farriers anvils put a high proportion of the mass in the horn and often have just enough in the heel to balance the anvil. The base has negligible mass. Because the majority of modern farriers travel to the horse, most farrier's anvils are made in the portability range of 100 to 150 pounds (45 to 70kg).

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