July 25th meetingPosted: Nov 30, -0001 8:00 am
Our next meeting will be July 25th, we have not had anyone volunteer to do this months demo. Jim will not be attending this month, so I (Paul) will be doing something, perhaps a corkscrew, but I am open to suggestions. We are still looking for future demonstrators, so please let us know if you are interested.
June 27th MeetingPosted: Nov 30, -0001
Good day fellow blacksmiths! Our June meeting is fast approaching (June 27th) and we are as always looking for a demonstrator! anyone who would like to share a technique, or craft that they think the group would enjoy please feel free to step up and feel free. The more people who share, the more interesting the meetings become, and the more people show up for more meetings. We can help you with props, materials, or whatever you may need. We have 11 meetings a year, so pick your month! September we are having a special meeting (info to come) and I have been told that our yearly February "EPIC Meeting" hosted by Mike Cataldo is on schedule for 2022! Please let me know if you are interested in doing a demo at this coming, or any other meeting! (Paul) 518-763-7296
Railroad Spike tongsPosted: Nov 30, -0001
Our Monthly meeting for may was a good one for sure! We were fortunate to have a surprise visit from Bryan Salisbury right after his 2nd place finish on History Channel's Forged In Fire! Bryan brought his two swords that he made for the show, and they looked even better in person than they did on the show! Beautiful work. For the demonstration, I (Paul) made a unique style of railroad spike tongs, with an oval ring and straight jaw to hold a spike firm and straight. I (Paul) had an extra set of blanks drawn out, and Doug was able to recreate the tongs from the demo! The design was inspired by a YouTube video by Christ Centered Ironworks. I will be happy to send you the link, if you do not have access to the CDBA Facebook page.
January 31st meetingPosted: Nov 30, -0001
join us on January 31st for our next meeting 12 noon to 4 PM at the Normanskill farm. Paul will be talking about his recent Forged in Fire episode, and answering questions about the show. We officially don’t have a demo so we are open to suggestions! Please let us know what you you’d like to see! At the meeting, or for future mee
Jim Moran will fill for Paul on Sunday ,as he is doing some work for the dogs. I want it to be fun and I hope you will enjoy yourselves. I have a lot of pipe to play with. I have tried to come up with different ways to change the shape thepipe I’m sure you an find more