Laminated Steel Workshop
Lifelong Learning

Laminated steel - also known as Damascus steel - is created by combining strips of steel and iron through hammer-welding, and repeated heating and forging. The process creates distinctive layered patterns that are intrinsic to the steel. Join local blacksmiths to create two 3lb "billets" of laminated steel which will be used to create a handled herb chopper and a wearable item of your choosing (such as a cuff bracelet, pendant, or belt buckle). Prerequisite: Blacksmithing -- An Introduction, LLCFT274 or equivalent. Wear closed toe shoes and natural fiber clothing. Students must bring their own above-the-wrist leather work gloves and safety glasses (both can be found at home stores). Please bring a large container of water or sports drink - this is hot and thirsty work!

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Class Sections For Laminated Steel Workshop (LLCFT 323)

Summer 2018 Section 1, Starting on: 06/03/2018

Class meets at Wasatch Forge, 3345 S 300 W, #5, SLC. No class May 27.

Date(s) Day Time Location
06/03/18 - 07/08/18 Su 9:00 am -12:00 pm SLC UT
Tuition: $269.00 + Special Fee: $125.00 = $394.00      

Instructor: Matt Danielson

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