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  1. #8426
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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    Quote Originally Posted by dbstoo View Post
    All one piece??? But, But. But... you could have welded 4 different places together there! Looks great, as usual.

    Dan
    Right?! I welded a little bit on it. I like big panels though. It's a hold over from my days making large skins; hoods, roofs, and doors. One of these days ill make a big english wheel for myself.

  2. #8427
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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    I made these today, flush mount liquor bottle holders for behind a bar. I havent put on my argon splitter so I use acid to clean the inside corners. Boo




    It's a job-shop life.

  3. #8428

    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    I really love your work

  4. #8429
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    Louisiana
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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    Very nice work Dot! I wish I had half the talent that you do.
    A few of my toys !
    Manjaro
    LinuxMint

    Miller Roughneck 2E
    Lincoln WeldPak 100
    HTP MTS 160
    Victor O/A

  5. #8430
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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    Quote Originally Posted by smawgmaw View Post
    Very nice work Dot! I wish I had half the talent that you do.
    Quote Originally Posted by MG-42 View Post
    I really love your work
    Thanks you two!

    If anyone saw the ravioli die i was going to remake, well, we decided to restrip the existing die. I played around with getting the old worn out strips out and how to make and get the new ones in. I practiced with aluminum but the final pieces will brass just like the original.

    Out with the old


    Notice the "custom removal tool"


    In with the new



    It's a job-shop life.

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