- Prerequisite: Any Discovery Class and Adam's Forge Membership Please note: Beginning on January 1, 2024, all attendees of Open Forge sessions must have successfully passed the Forge Safety class, which is free to members and available for sign-up on the class calendar. Can't add this workshop to your cart? You can join the Membership Program here Date: March 19, 2024 Time: 6 pm - 10 pm Location: Adam's Forge Not a class, but a swell time to get in the forge to do what you wanna do. You can bring your own material and work on your own project. This can be a chance to finish that piece you started or work out a technique you’ve been meaning to try. One of our intrepid instructors will be on hand for supervision and guidance, although these are not teaching workshops. Please note: these sessions are intended to support our students as they practice skills that are within their ability range. Please do not use our forge and tools to experiment with new techniques that are beyond your skill level. When in doubt, ask the instructor. As with all of our workshops, we require that students attending Open Forge sessions be at least 12 years old. A student who is not an adult (18 and older) will need to have a parent or guardian present at ALL times during the session. Thanks for thinking of safety first. Bring your own steel OR we have steel for sale at the forge: 1/4" square 3/8" square and round 1/2" square and round Sold by the foot sucker rod (higher carbon steel) sold in 7" sections You must have taken at least one Discovery class from us and be familiar with working safely.
- Prerequisite: Any Discovery Class Please note, this class is required for all Adam’s Forge members who wish to attend Open Forge sessions. Date: March 12, 2024 Time: 6 pm - 10 pm Location: Adam's Forge
This workshop is designed to introduce you to the best practices for safely using our shop equipment with an emphasis on power tools. From the bandsaw, belt grinders, bench grinder & wire wheel to drill presses and how to safely shutdown the forges, our instructors will demonstrate proper use and guide you as you practice, learn, and finally demonstrate your ability to follow all the safety guidelines.
Once you sign up, you’ll then take a series of online tests, which you must pass with a minimum of 85% prior to the start of your class. Follow the online instructions to forward the test results to firstname.lastname@example.org. The on-site class is 4-hours in length and the class size is limited to 4 people.
Please note: All workshops are released for member-only early registration for one week before they're available for general registration. If you're unable to add this to your cart, you can wait for general release or join our membership program at any time!