This is a demo of a 150 lb Iron Kiss utility hammer and a quick-change die system I have installed. It takes under a minute to change the dies, about an hour and $10-$15 in materials to make a set. In the video, I make a forged element using a side-set, a flatter, and flat dies. Next, crown saddle dies are installed, and the piece in finished — first by fullering & drawing, next by forging the piece sideways. The hammer has fine control and plenty of power to forge the 7/8″ round bar with ease and accuracy. I use the hammer for making knives, cold chiseling and chasing, sculptural pieces, punching, and hammer-making.