Atlas Anvils

Style: Atlas Anvil 65 LB
Sale price$373.06 USD


Atlas Anvil – 65 lbs for knifemakers

Material: AISI 4150 steel(not cast iron)

The Atlas Anvil is specifically engineered for bladesmiths.
This anvil is raw, unpainted steel.  Leave it outdoors and it will rust, developing a nice patina.
This is a cast steel, hardened anvil of 4150 alloy for improved toughness

Material: AISI 4150 steel
Weight: 64-66 lbs.
Hardness: HRC 55
Size: 4″ x 8″(face) x 9″ tall
Hardy: 1″
Pritchell: none
Base: 5″ x 9″ x 1″ thick
Bevels: 4″ x ½” and 6″ x 1/4″ radius bevel pre-ground

Graham Anvil – 117 Lbs 4150 steel 

Named after Graham, Atlas’ big brother, this is everything I could think to put in an anvil.

Cast AISI 4150 steel
Medium frequency induction heated for a surface hardening to 6mm
Round and Square swages
86% of total mass is under the face (optimal for knifemaking)

Target weight of 117 lbs
9″ x 4″ face
5″ Conical short horn
1″ step
1″ hardy hole
1/2″ pritchel

 Contact for a shipping quote.  These anvils may ship freight

Alec Anvil – 78 lbs

This is perhaps the best anvil Atlas Knife & Tool have made yet.  They started with an Atlas Anvil, and threw everything at it except the kitchen sink.

  • Double horn
  • Three simple swages in the base
  • Enlarged base for upsetting
  • 1″ cutting shelf
  • Pre-ground 1/2″ radius bevel

Compare the performance of the Alec Anvil to 130 LBs traditional anvils.

Material: AISI 4150 steel
Weight: 77-78 lbs.
Hardness: HRC 55
Size: 4″ wide x 14″ long x 9″ tall
Hardy: 1″
Pritchell: none
Base: 6″ x 9″ x 1.5″ thick
Bevels: 3″ x ½” radius bevel pre-ground
Swages: 1″ Round, Square, 1″ Hex

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