In a post-disaster situation, tools can become very valuable when supplies are not readily available and rebuilding work must go on. Blacksmith and instructor James Brock specializes in turning salvage and scrap metal into workable tools that are strong, built to last and functional.
This 2-day workshop will explore building a primitive toolbox, tool by tool. The class will be limited to 6 students, each with their own project of forging one item of their own choice that will towards building a completely customized set of tools.
Possibilities include a hand-forged hatchet, a pry-bar, or a flat-head screwdriver; however the instructor is open to trying other tools, depending on the level of difficulty and the level of skill with the student.
**If there is a tool you would like to make, please email us, and we can verify if it is one that can be done within the scope of this class.
Class date: November 1 – 2nd, 8 am – 4 pm
Lunch will be provided.
Students are welcome to camp over at the school, but will need to bring their own breakfast and dinner meal. Hammock or tent camping is encouraged for those who want to explore working longer.
Class Tuition: $200. A $110 deposit is required to RSVP for this class.
Tuition must be paid before the class begins to hold your spot. **Please be aware of the school’s cancellation and no-show policy.
Class Size: limited to 8 students.
How To Register:
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