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Workshop Capabilities

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  • Murray's Workshop Capabilities Blacksmithing
  • Murray's Workshop Capabilities Blacksmithing
  • Murray's Workshop Capabilities Blacksmithing
  • Murray's Workshop Capabilities Blacksmithing
  • Murray's Workshop Capabilities Blacksmithing
  • Murray's Workshop Capabilities Welding
  • Murray's Workshop Capabilities Chasing Lost Wax Cast Bronze
  • Murray's Workshop Capabilities Foundry
  • Murray's Workshop Capabilities Foundry
  • Murray's Workshop Capabilities Foundry Aluminum Ignot
  • Murray's Workshop Capabilities Foundry Pouring hot molten bronze into a sand casting mold.
  • Murray's Workshop Capabilities Foundry Flipping Molds
  • Murray's Workshop Capabilities Foundry
  • Murray's Workshop Capabilities Wood Carving of original for Lost Wax Casting
  • Murray's Workshop Capabilities Waterjet cutter
  • Murray's Workshop Capabilities Waterjet Plate
  • Murray's Workshop Capabilities Machine Shop
  • Murray's Workshop Capabilities Machine Shop
  • Murray's Workshop Capabilities Glass Slumping
  • Murray's Workshop Capabilities Glass Slumping
  • Murray's Workshop Capabilities Electrical Department
  • Murray's Workshop Capabilities Crystals
  • Murray's Workshop Capabilities Mosaix Table Tops
  • Murray's Workshop Capabilities Finishing Patina
  • Murray's Workshop Capabilities Finishing Application
  • Murray's Workshop Capabilities Finishing Eucalyptus
  • Partial View of Forge area with Master Blacksmiths using anvils, specialized hammers, gas powered small and large forges, and automatic trip hammers to create masterpieces from Murray's.
  • An example of Artistic Blacksmithing. A completely hand forged bird created by a Master Blacksmith from a piece of rectangular solid iron.
  • Specialized assembly brazing bronze using matching alloy bronze rods.
  • A Master Blacksmith forging using a hammer and anvil with techniques learned through an apprenticeship program started by Murray Leisner, founder of Murray's Iron Works.
  • Heating a thick iron acanthus leaf in preparation for forging it's shape using different size and shape hammers.
  • Skilled welder assembling architectural panel using the highest quality MIG Welding equipment.
  • Foundry, Chasing Lost Wax Cast Bronze Leaves.
  • For over 20 years, Murray's ability to provide castings in-house expands production capabilities allowing Murray's to complete challenging projects while insuring quality, on-time delivery and incredible value. Shown are two crucibles used to melt various metals with aluminum and bronze currently the two most popular.
  • The smaller of two crucibles with molten bronze.
  • Murray's uses only pure metal ingots and no scrap to insure the quality of the finished piece(s). Shown are 50 Lb. aluminum ingots ready to be melted in the large crucible furnace.
  • Pouring hot molten bronze into a sand casting mold.
  • Sand cast forms with aluminum showing through pour holes are cooling. The metal shrinks approximately 1/4" per foot during this process.
  • Murray's has created hundreds of sand casting molding plates in over 20 years since the foundry was opened.
  • Wood carving of original for Lost Wax Casting.
  • A Water Jet cutter that uses Red Garnet from Australia and a very high pressure water stream to cut through up to 1 1/2" thick metal plates. Intricate designs, letters and number for signage, and blank shapes for forging are created using this computer controlled modern equipment. An example of combining traditional blacksmithing with modern equipment to provide excellent value and quality.
  • A plate in the Water Jet with cut-outs (blanks) for hand forged and chiseled leaves.
  • Machine Shop
  • Lathe with tracer used to produce solid iron spindle shaped legs for coffee table.
  • Kiln opened to show custom slumped glass for crown of exterior lantern.
  • Glass preparation and fitting area. Each piece of glass is slumped, cut, polished, and set into each light fixture with exacting precision.
  • Detailing larger size Natural Beeswax Candle-sleeves by hand dripping wax.
  • Custom made extra large hand made faceted and polished crystal among the many crystal choices available at Murray's.
  • Mosaix: Stone and Glass Table Tops
  • Preparing bronze bases for patina
  • Finishing Application of Gold Leaf
  • Beautiful finishes are achieved using artistic techniques. Some finishes, such as Eucalyptus, require as many as 12 hand-painted steps to create the exquisite results.

Client Registration

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