Dies - all sorts.  As long as supplies last!

Due to health reasons I need to step out for a while and may need some time to respond to questions.  Thank you for your understanding.

power hammers

Power hammers are only as versatile as the dies available for them. At iron-to-live-with we know this and carry a large assortment of them. Our dies are designed to be interchangeable between all size Say-Mak and Sayha hammers. The new models (those sold in the past decade) have a slot milled into the dovetail and are backward compatible with our older hammers. They are made from 4140 steel and made in Turkey, except for one type which is made from S7 and made in the US. This particular one comes with its own keys and is slightly taller. If desired it can be ground down by the customer to a specific shape like drawing die, tapered die etc. S7 material is extremely tough and will best withstand use in mass production of forged parts. We change our assortment up over time as we try out new models and have them made for you. Please see below for what we currently have in stock. Drop us an email if you want to order something!

Due to health reasons all parts are currently unavailable!

1.     Sharp Combination Dies, soft edged
2.     Sharp Combination Dies, hard edged
3.     Combination Dies, notched
4.     Standard Combination Dies​
5.     Deep Flat Dies, hard edged
6.     Sculpting Dies
7.     Tenoning Dies 8, 10 and 12mm (~ 5/16", 3/8", 1/2")
8.     V- Groove Dies (can be sanded for pipe forging)
9.     Extra Wide Drawing Dies​
10.   Ball Die (used for texturing and shaping/raising plate)
11.   Round Die (used for texturing and shaping/raising plate)
12.   American Blade Smith's Dies
13.   Japanese Knife Maker's Dies
14.   Drawing Dies
15.   Sharp Drawing Dies
16.   S-7 Flat Dies extra tall, American made, with keys
(Please note for item 16. that these have older style bottoms which are flat, without slots milled in them. You cannot use the Allan bolt key feature with them that prevents loose dies from sliding out sideways on the newer hammers.)