There are many simple techniques and approaches that can help people make better metal products.
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Considering the situation of small scale metal working sector in Sri Lanka, Practical Action ( ITSL ) initiated a program of work to develop this sector.This study was conducted as part of that...
Banda, R.M.R., Published on 2005
This report brings together a summary of the findings of a number of analytical reports on the blacksmithing industry. The report attempts to identify and analyse the problems and needs of the...
Kadiragamar, A. + Tampoe, M., Published on 2015
This brief looks at some of the basic options for establishing a small-scale iron foundry, including information on the different levels of production equipment that can be employed.
Paul R Lofthouse, Published on 1975
Making a living from small-scale metalworking depends on being able to make products that customers want. This is partly based on technical skills and partly on understanding customers.
Neil Noble, Published on 2012