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    There were other excellent entries this week, but you won this one because, although I imagine this has been done before, this build is rare enough that previous examples are difficult to surface on the internet. However, I did find a great deal of information on unusual anvils, non-traditional items used as anvils, musical anvils, and even examples of anvils used in opera performances.


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    I used railroad rail had two pieces about 12" long one piece I turn rail over and used the base for a flatter hitting and the other piece use the running surface for hammering out the shape.

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    A very nice and a great idea. Now to find a very large valve.
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    Yes, this is a smart idea utilizing big valve as a small anvil, for working with light stuffs..sheet plate hammering etc.
    For something to be an anvil, it is considered to be considerably heavier than processing part....


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