The majority of his focus at his shop is molding the metal into cutting tools like chisels and knives for the common man.
"So you do what you can to make a tool that someone is going to make their living with but why does it need to be ugly?" Ferrer asked.
While the profession of blacksmithing may not be as commonplace as it once was, if the tools are made right, they'll give generations to come a peek into the world of a job that stood the test of time.
"It is a little happy moment to know that maybe one day my stuff will be sitting in a museum and people will be wondering who made that," Ferrer said.
The owner of Door County Forgeworks isn't just churning out metal creations for profit. About one-third of his time also entails teaching the next generation of blacksmiths how it's done.
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