Sophomore uses home forge to pursue blacksmithing hobby

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Sophomore uses home forge to pursue blacksmithing hobby

Sophomore Noah TenHagen welds a handle onto his knife before putting it into the forge. TenHagen's setup includes a wood furnace, a century old anvil, and various power tools.

Sophomore Noah TenHagen welds a handle onto his knife before putting it into the forge. TenHagen's setup includes a wood furnace, a century old anvil, and various power tools.

Carlos Rappleye

Sophomore Noah TenHagen welds a handle onto his knife before putting it into the forge. TenHagen's setup includes a wood furnace, a century old anvil, and various power tools.

Carlos Rappleye

Carlos Rappleye

Sophomore Noah TenHagen welds a handle onto his knife before putting it into the forge. TenHagen's setup includes a wood furnace, a century old anvil, and various power tools.

Morgan Womack and Carlos Rappleye

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