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    Down on the farm

    Well they's all askin' 'bout you down on the farm. The cows as', the pigs as', the horses as' too.

    Now let me go find that durn cricket. (You Feat fans know what I'm sayin')

    Latest sign project for a local produce stand.

    4' tall x 16' wide 1/8" aluminum for the sign panel and some bracing welded on the back.

    The brackets will be mild steel.

    I'll show you more as it progresses.











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    Brian Leonard
    Appalachian Ironworks L.L.C.
    434 Long Branch Rd, Marshall, NC 28753
    828 649 9966
    828 702 0697
    brian@appironworks.com
    www.appironworks.com

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    Re: Down on the farm

    What? no goats? Well darned nice sign anywho...
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    Re: Down on the farm

    Yea, very nice sign. Did they give you the artwork or did you have to come up with that too?
    I like the design of the center splice so it can come apart easily when needed.

    Some good views of your shop ceiling too .:-) It looks high enough to be able to fabricate just about anything without running out of head room.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharleyL View Post
    Yea, very nice sign. Did they give you the artwork or did you have to come up with that too?
    I like the design of the center splice so it can come apart easily when needed.

    Some good views of your shop ceiling too .:-) It looks high enough to be able to fabricate just about anything without running out of head room.

    Charley

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    Brian Leonard
    Appalachian Ironworks L.L.C.
    434 Long Branch Rd, Marshall, NC 28753
    828 649 9966
    828 702 0697
    brian@appironworks.com
    www.appironworks.com

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