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In the blue collar town of Milwaukee, Kent Knapp and his three sons make their living in the 5,000-year-old craft of blacksmithing. Behind the power of his 100-year-old screw press and 135-year-old anvil, Kent built this business from the ground up. From bank vaults, to bike frames, and any large steel piece you can dream up, there's nothing this family can't forge. Kent has made it his mission to pass the trade down to his kids, hoping that they'll step up and carry the business into the future. But they're going to have to work hard for it and come together as a team, which for these adolescent brothers, skilled as they are, is an uphill battle.
Blacksmith Kent Knapp and his three sons take on a commission for a custom Death Star fire pit.
The Knapps build a giant steel beer bottle for the annual Brewfest.
A local high school commissions a high-profile piece, so Kent brings in his oldest daughter to assist.
Inspiration leads oldest brother Miles Knapp to craft a pile of steel scrap into a giant octopus chandelier and lands his first job as foreman.
The team receives their biggest commission ever--a $25,000 order for a humongous steel dinosaur--and they must take it on while juggling a second job.
With a $25,000 T-Rex commission in jeopardy, the family pulls together to forge what will either be a colossal failure, or a great triumph.
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