Metalworking

Bronze Casting

Bronze Casting

Using our own models made from wood, we will employ the traditional sand casting technique for making approximately three casts weighing a maximum of 400 g. We will alloy the required material (to be purchased from the instructor)...
€479.00

Workshop No. KU5012001

Damascus Blade from Japanese Steel

Damascus Blade from Japanese Steel

We will forge a Damascus blade from White Paper Steel. Apart from forging the Damascus bar, grinding, hardening, and annealing the blade will also be taught in this course. In the end, we make a handle from precious wood and fit it onto...
€295.00

Workshop No. KU5022008

Forging Made Simple

Forging Made Simple

Despite the fascination we derive from fire and iron, most of us shy away from the efforts involved. This course will demonstrate how simple forging can actually be. Just a few items are needed that are either cheap or easy to produce by...
€149.00

Workshop No. KU5052004

Forging Pans

Forging Pans

In the beginning, the participants will get acquainted with handling the forge, the anvil, the blacksmiths hammer and tongs. The pans will be forged from a piece of plate that was previously preformed in a die by warm forging. First the...
€279.00

Workshop No. KU5102003

Forging an Outdoor Hatchet

Forging an Outdoor Hatchet

In a relatively quick and simple process, participants will forge a small axe from a hammer, working to their own design. Since the eye of the hammer head for inserting the axe handle already exists, they can move straight on to shaping...
€165.00

Workshop No. KU5122002

Forging Basic Course

Forging Basic Course

If you would like to get into the field of forging and learn basic techniques, then this is the right course for you. Our instructor will teach you different techniques on a gas and mobile forge, such as sharpening, compressing,...
€249.00

Workshop No. KU5172003

Forging a Wok

Forging a Wok

The course begins with an introduction to forging: handling the fire, anvil, tongs and hammers. Unlike when forging a pan, wok-making involves working a sheet by beating it downward into a deep shape bit by bit (stretching). In contrast,...
€369.00

Workshop No. KU5182003

Knife-making with Birch Bark

Knife-making with Birch Bark

The course teaches traditional techniques for working birch bark dating right back to the early Middle Ages. We use finished blade blanks Students learn to work the sheets of birch bark by hand into a knife sheath, which they then line...
€190.00

Workshop No. KU2012001

Precious Kitchen Knife

Precious Kitchen Knife

Create your very own, individual kitchen knife. A wide range of high-quality Japanese multi-layered steel blades with 3 to 32 layers will be provided. You will design the handle and the ferrule and learn to fit the blade into the handle,...
€190.00

Workshop No. KU5032008