Fullers are forming tools of different shapes used in making grooves or hollows. They are often used in pairs and held in an . A bottom fuller has a square hardy post and is placed in the anvils square hardy hole
while a top fuller has a long handle. The work is placed on the bottom fuller and the top is held on the work and struck with a hammer by a striker. The top fuller is also used for finishing round corners and for stretching or spreading metal. The tool has a 1/2" radius and is 2 1/2" long.
Fullers are used by many different craftsman of different trades;and to lengthen (draw out) steel primarily in the blacksmith trade. Iron Mountain Bottom Fuller is made of tough 60/45/18 ductile iron and have proven to be very reliable and useful.
We offer 4 sizes: 3/4, 7/8, 1 and 1 1/4" hardy posts
Casting weighs approx. 3 lbs.
Made in the USA!