Jennifer Horn was interviewed for the Farrier Focus Podcast. It’s a very informative and interesting interview. Jennifer answers questions about her career as both a Farrier and Blacksmith.
This is only an audio podcast, there is no video. It’s enjoyable, take time to listen!
click below to go to the podcast page where you can play;
The video file clip attached below (same as the YouTube version above) was too large to embed and is therefore presented here for download. The format is a common .3gp codex that Smartphones or Tablets will be able to view.
Click the link below to download a phone or tablet compatible video of the work on a new forged table from Daisy Hill Forge. The table is only part way finished, but the video will give an idea of the amount of work involved in building one using traditional blacksmith methods.
After downloading, copy this file to your tablet or phone, or you might still be able view it on a computer if you have the correct video codex.
If you are using a tablet or smartphone to access www.DaisyHillForge.com and this post you might be able to run the video directly from the website. By using a tablet to access the website and clicking on the link I had the option, and chose, to run the video with a video player app already on the tablet. It worked!
This is Jennifer’s recently acquired Anyang power hammer. It’s now re-assembled, connected to power and operational. The Anyang hammer will open up many new capabilities for Jennifer and her Daisy Hill Forge operations. This hammer will make it possible to hammer out much thicker steel, much quicker than anything that could be accomplished by hand.
Anyang is the world’s largest manufacturer of this type of machinery. Anyang employs 6000 workers world wide. This particular hammer has a 55 pound head weight and is powered by air from a built-in compressor. The compressor gives the head incredible striking power and amazing striking control.
The shop floor was already cracked and it was decided to get the hammer up and running for now and plan on creating a new foundation at a later time.
It seems as if this ETSY link has been broken. We’ll be checking into this.
The new Daisy Hill Forge Blacksmith Shop is in operation. Tools and supplies have been moved from the Old Rosedale location and 99% of the refurbishing of the building is complete. A good number of custom made products have been made and delivered to clients. This is the start of our eCommerce website where order may be placed and requests for quote will be taken. Check out the site and get some idea of what we might be able to provide for you.