Lifetime guarantee, fully heat-treated, nickel-chrome-moly-manganese (8640) steel. by Darryl Ponder » Sun Feb 02, 2014 4:33 pm 0 Replies 3647 Views Last post by Darryl Ponder Sun Feb 02, 2014 4:33 pm Anvil Identification and help. not only is it an inspiring group of people, but also an absolutely amazing body of work that populate these forums. I'm currently in the process of upgrading from my old and reliable beater to a fancy new anvil. double-bick blacksmith anvils, Italian-style anvils: Gladiator Anvil Titan Anvil (120lbs) Nimba Anvils - Made in the USA. Finest quality, double-horn, thick-waisted anvils. 82. The only complaint I have with them is I wish the horn was perfectly dressed. I'm finally getting serious about forging and replacing my piece of RR track, and living in Alaska there's essentially no market in used or antique anvils, so I've been looking for a quality new anvil. Nimba Anvils – anvils made in the USA, double-bick blacksmith anvils, Italian-style anvils: Gladiator Anvil (450lbs), Centurion Anvil (260lbs), Titan Anvil (120lbs) I've actually looked at those a few times over the last few years of considering which anvil to buy. Washington residents add sales tax or ask about manufacturer's exemption for professional blacksmith shops with WA UBI registration. Martin Pansch Posts: 312 Joined: Thu Feb 14, 2013 4:44 pm Location: Young America, MN. Lifetime guarantee, fully heat-treated, nickel-chrome-moly-manganese (8640) steel. 82. I love those! Heat treatment results in Rockwell 50-52 hardness on all surfaces of the anvil. Metal Projects Welding Projects Forging Knives Blacksmith Forge La Forge Maker Shop Tool Shop Tools Hardware. I'd give you choice of mine for that money, but the freight would be lost. Nimba Titan vs. Baby Rhino anvil. document.write(a+b+s+c+d+e) Now that the Sea Robins are out of production, and the ozark anvil is most likely extinct, that only leaves Nimba and Rathole as the only USA anvils. g=' I love the look of those Nimba. Shop for cast anvils, anvil stands, vises and more at Blacksmiths Depot. I'm going to send them an email today and see what the lead times are. This anvil, anvil1A.jpg unlike the Nimba models, has character. Blacksmith Vises : Solid Box, Post or Leg Vise (Vice) Blacksmith Vises : Solid Box, Post or Leg Vise (Vice). Designed for the blacksmith, bladesmith, and metalsmith is equally well-suited to the jeweler. I am to make the repro like the anvil would have looked when new. 22.12.2014 - We carry high quality, professional grade anvils and vises that are designed to last a lifetime. anvilmuseum.com. General Tool Discussion If I make a pattern on museum pay,the pattern belongs to the museum,not me. I have never worked on one but thought the "square" horn has really got to make some … We have four Nimba anvils in our metal smithing ��� So I'm hunting for a (comparatively) reasonably priced new anvil. The three I'm looking at right now are the 100lb TFS blacksmith ($580), the 100lb Emerson Traditional ($695), and the 105lb Scott tapered ($730). Because of its exceptionally thick waist, the Titan anvil provides maximum striking resistance in a smaller anvil size. OK, full blown case of anvil envy here. Our anvils appreciate in value and their structural integrity is guaranteed for life. This new anvil is from a Bird anvil. - All Rights Reserved. thanks so much to everyone for sharing. Big enough to do other blacksmithing projects but not too big to be cumbersome. Ohhh, I don't like where this is headed. A 150 Trenton, 120 Titan Nimba, and a 120 Swedish anvil. Lifetime guarantee, fully heat-treated, nickel-chrome-moly-manganese (8640) steel. Also, I love the tapered horn and heel that allows one to have a flat anvil face for just about any size of slot/hole one would need to drift. If it's an anvil you're getting, my suggestion would be a Nimba Titan (120#) for $975. Titan Anvil (120lbs) Nimba Anvils - Made in the USA. I am a wuss, so I won't be using any hammer heavier than 3 lbs, most likely 2.5 lbs. AkWildman Well-Known Member. So that puts me in the market for a new anvil and I really like the Nimba Gladiator. Finest quality, double-horn, thick-waisted anvils. Bruce Bump. I am also looking for a new anvil and reached out to Nimba, it took them about a week, but they got back to me. Washington residents add sales tax or ask about manufacturer's exemption for professional blacksmith shops with WA UBI registration. General Tool Discussion Andrew Recher 0 Posted September 7, 2005. The 1" square hardie hole provides a substantial receptacle for tooling. I bought it as something to remember when I shod horses and did blacksmith work. � 1999-2019 ecause of its size and weight, the Gladiator Anvil meets the needs of the most demanding blacksmithing applications. If you're not a ferrier, and are doing heavy work (like hammer making, or even blade making rather than straightening long pieces that requires the long heel), they look more sensible to me than the London pattern. I'm sure this will be my last anvil, at least for now. there is so much amazing work on display, and such a vast amount of information, knowledge, and wisdom available here. The Titan is lighter but more expensive, $100 more. The one that saw the most action was the Swedish and its the one I'm still using in my temporary situation. See more ideas about anvils, blacksmithing, blacksmith tools. Jun 17, 2001 . GABaus, Bigfattyt, woodysone and 1 other person like this. Right about the same time I ordered my Nimba Titan since I couldn't find a good used one anywhere. Grinding & Milling. Real nice anvil. You could check out Nimba Anvil in Port Townsend: ... For some reason they name them backwards to how you might actually name it (so Titan is the smallest). The flat "horn" is very useful, and is where you can work short gaps without having to have a square-ish hardy stake. Unread post by Martin Pansch » Sun Apr 20, 2014 5:31 pm How do you like that double horn versus a more English style? 9,908. Jul 2, 2020 - Explore Wanda Phillips's board "Collections - Anvils", followed by 429 people on Pinterest. BTW - nice photo Darryl. The anvils aren't mine either to sell. We have four Nimba anvils in our metal smithing and sculpture studios at the University of Wyoming. One question I have is, would the 120#er (Titan) be ok for working large stock (1-1.5" bar) for axes and such?