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    That is truly beautiful. Very graceful yet it looks solid and trustworthy. It’s been a long time since I’ve been impressed with something as ordinary as a railing - this is truly not ordinary. I wish I could afford you!
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    Holy Moly that is F'n Awesome. I'm sure you got a good work out on that job and I believe you are becoming a true stair-master
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    That is absolutely beautiful!

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    MetalMan your work totally blows me away!!


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    You won't find a higher quality railing anywhere. That is beyond outstanding workmanship and detail!

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    Incredible work. Wow. That handrail looks like it was all one piece when installed - how is that even possible? Or is there a break somewhere I can't see?
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    Quote Originally Posted by davec View Post
    Incredible work. Wow. That handrail looks like it was all one piece when installed - how is that even possible? Or is there a break somewhere I can't see?
    It's welded and polished at the splice joints, took a lot of figuring and polishing after hearing up that stainless bar, I polished out before bending it, then put it in the forge and bent it, then had to polish again to get the new mill scale off

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    Quote Originally Posted by MetalMan23 View Post
    You can breathe a big sigh of relief when you look down like that and every rail is parallel with everything it's supposed to be parallel with! Fantastic work. Between bidding the job, pricing materials, cutting and bending only where you need cuts and bends.... I'd have had a heart attack within the first week!

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    Phil that is an impressive testament to your talent, and I would imagine patience. Certainly a work of art to be proud of, and the work of a first class craftsman.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VaughnT View Post
    You can breathe a big sigh of relief when you look down like that and every rail is parallel with everything it's supposed to be parallel with! Fantastic work. Between bidding the job, pricing materials, cutting and bending only where you need cuts and bends.... I'd have had a heart attack within the first week!
    I almost did trying to figure out how to build it

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    Thanks for all the compliments guys, I appreciate it

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    Quote Originally Posted by John T View Post
    Wow
    Whatever you got paid for that job
    It should’ve been more.

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    Beautiful work!

    After seeing the spiral rail, I went and scrolled thru the entire thread.

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    Love your work,art.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry4406 View Post
    Beautiful work!

    After seeing the spiral rail, I went and scrolled thru the entire thread.
    Thanks, hoped you liked what you saw

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    Phil, I am still curious - is that somehow all one piece installed? I can't see how it would be possible to install it unless it was broken up into smaller sections, but based on your photos, I am not seeing any joints. If that is the case, how the bleep did you get it in there?
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    I can't see installing that with out having joints as well. Correct me if I am wrong here Phil, I circled where I would think the joints could be if there are any.

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    Re: Some everyday railings (and other cool stuff)

    You missed one, but pretty close

    I circled where the joints are, it was tricky to get them lined up

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