Axe making course
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About the Course
Make a throwing tomahawk from a folded piece of steel with a forge welded carbon core on this one day blacksmithing course in Wakefield.
You will learn the Forge welding process, drifting as well as some forging, you are welcome to do a beared axe or a more tradional style. All my courses take place in my work shop which is a working forge (I do this every day) courses are run with a maximum of 4 people and I will take you through the whole process, answer any questions you have so you should go with a very nice axe and a big smile on your face.
I'm Andy My business is Highfield Forge
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If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above or telephone us. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.
What's included in the price?
All you need to bring is your self, dressed in some clothes you are not bothered about getting dirty. I have tea and coffee but a bottle of water is advisable.
All PPE is provided as well as tools needed.
Had an awesome time and Andy is a great teacher.
Really proud of my axe!
James Davies - - #14627
Had a phenomenal day doing the axe making course that Andy offers. Andy was helpful, informative and most of all patient throughout the entire process. He made the entire process and enjoyable experience and was supportive throughout the whole time I was there. The most important thing I found was the emphasis Andy had on the enjoyment of the process and it very much came across in how engaging he was when making the axe. Thanks for an awesome day Andy!
Gareth Thomas Roberts - - #10254
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Course dates are flexible; please get in touch for the next available date.
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