artistic blacksmith classes

Pieh Tool offers monthly artistic blacksmith classes in Camp Verde, Arizona. Classes are geared toward beginner to intermediate skill levels. No prior experience is required so don't worry!

*All students enrolled in our classes may take advantage of store wide 10% discount on merchandise purchases made during the class session.

Exclusions: Power hammers, Machinery, Forging Presses, Fly Presses, Jet Machinery & Equipment, Johnson Furnaces, Wilton equipment or any of the aforementioned accessories. Also excludes Classes, Gift Certificates and Sale items. Fill up your loyalty card when you arrive. The class is 5 punches already! 


3 Day 'One on One' style instruction

Only 6 students per course!

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Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 7 am - 6 pm

If class is full or canceled, we will contact you to see if another date will work for you.

Basic techniques of blacksmithing, traditional joinery, forge welding, tool making.

This course is designed for the true beginner to intermediate blacksmith.  No experience is necessary.  Instruction is focused on the use of the anvil, and hammer control.  Projects are focused on fundamental forging techniques and tool making, to create decorative and ornamental ironwork.  Participants will be supplied with all tools and materials to use while participating in the curriculum.

Projects include, but are not limited to a Hot chisel, an S hook, a Key rack, a BBQ fork chili pepper, a Candle holder, a Bottle opener, a V-bit tong, AND MORE!


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Dylan Cook first began working with metal at the age of 12, welding bed frames together in the hopes of building a helicopter.  The helicopter never became a reality, but the love of working with metal was born! After high school, Dylan worked in sheet metal fabrication until he was introduced to forging by Mike Riemer in 2007.  As a striker, Dylan was able to see the metal move with heat and hammer and quickly realized that it was the way he wanted to work with the material. Dylan wanted to (and still wants to) learn from as many different smiths as he could/can, and to promote the craft.  He started a special charter boarding school where the exposure to a variety is blacksmith program at a local high school where students would make functional and sculptural projects as well as installations for the schools beautification initiative.

Currently, Dylan works out of his forge in Prescott, Arizona, and teaches workshops at Pieh Tool Company, in Camp Verde, Arizona