Iron Entry Doors – Iron entry doors are elegant and add style to the decor of the home from the first moment a visitor looks at the house. The doors of ornamental metal are usually expensive if the design is intricate or thick bars used to make door. The details are made easier with thin bars; while thick metal is used for the door frame. It is not easy to make a metal door because heat and special tools are required, however, can be done with care and persistence.
Prepare a design before you start creating the iron entry doors. Measure the input, draw the design you want to make and have the required amount of soft steel prepared. If the ornamental door is for the entrance of a house, 40 feet (12.2 m) of steel is the appropriate amount. Heat the steel in roll by holding it with tweezers until it is light yellow and removes it from the melter.
Place the hot steel on the tip, the small end of the anvil. This is where the curves and circles of the iron entry doors are made. To make flat areas in the design, hold the metal to the anvil with the vise and flatten it with the ball hammer.