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Answered 2011-01-24 05:12:50

A bellows blows air on to the fire. More air means that more oxygen is available to burn with the charcoal, coal or coke( The most common solid fuels for a blacksmith). The resulting fire burns hotter giving you the temperatures you need to soften the metal enough to shape it with a hammer.

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