Alec Anvil – 66 lbs
This is perhaps the best anvil I’ve made yet. We started with an Atlas Anvil, and threw everything at it except the kitchen sink.
- Oval horn
- Three simple swages in the base
- Enlarged base for upsetting
- 1″ cutting shelf
- Pre-ground 1/2″ radius bevel
AISI 4140 steel alloy
Designed by Charles Steffes-Clayton and Pancho Willoughby
This anvil has painted sides and horn to prevent rust.
Your new anvil will require proper dressing with a flap wheel. This is standard for new anvils of all brands.
This is a cast steel, hardened anvil of 4140 alloy for improved toughness
Material: AISI 4140 steel
Weight: 66 lbs.
Hardness: > HRC 55-59
Face Size: 4″ wide x 7.5″
Base: 6″ x 9″ x 1.5″ thick
Bevels: 3″ x ½” radius bevel pre-ground
Swages: Round, Square, Hex
Compare the performance of the Alec Anvil to 100 LBs traditional anvils.
|Dimensions||12 × 12 × 5.5 in|