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BL_S: Blacksmithing 101 Safety Sign off

  • 15 May 2021
  • 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Nova Labs (Blacksmithing Alley), 1916 Isaac Newton Square West, Reston, VA 20190
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This class covers the basics of blacksmithing with a simple, fun project. Makers learn essential skills like hammer control, tapering, bending and twisting as well as key safety items like how to avoid burning yourself, branding your friends or hitting yourself with blunt objects. You will leave with whatever metal you have beaten into submission. After you complete this class, you can join us at the "supervised practice sessions" and work on anything you can dream up, with help from experienced smiths.

Sign off: Blacksmith Safety
Prerequisite: NL Green Orientation (GO) class, age 16 to adult
NOTE: You may take without GO if you only want to try blacksmithing and will not be returning for the practice sessions.

Minors under 16 may not take the class

Minors 16-17: May take the class, but parents must remain in the lab and available in case needed or in an emergency.

READ-->REQUIRED to BRING/SAFETY. There are lots of sparks. So, you MUST wear Non-synthetic clothes, including leather shoes and long pants are a must. Long sleeve shirts are not necessary, but no shorts.

Due to the COVID-19 situation, you must bring your own safety Glasses.
Masks are required for this class.

We reserve the right to ask any participant to leave if we feel they are compromising safety or disturbing the class.

Disregard the Meetup status: To reserve your spot and pay for gas, you'll find this event on our new Nova Labs events portal --> https://portal.nova-labs.org/event-

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