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    da Mrs. project

    Commissioned by the 5th grade parents as a gift for the kids' school.

    We lost a beautiful soul this year and Humming Birds were her favorite.


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    Re: da Mrs. project

    Looks really good did you do all that freehand ? If so that's to cool.
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    Re: da Mrs. project

    She did.

    I just welded the legs on it.
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    Re: da Mrs. project

    Having a good plasma cutter goes a long way. Were fine cut consumables used?
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    Holy moly, that came out nice.
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    Re: da Mrs. project

    Very creative. Beautiful!
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    Super nice cutting, she's talented
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    Re: da Mrs. project

    Really nice work.
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    Very nice free hand cutting and design work!
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    Re: da Mrs. project

    NICE!! I see some in your neighborhood like to break windows. Bob

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    Quote Originally Posted by N2 Welding View Post
    Having a good plasma cutter goes a long way. Were fine cut consumables used?
    No fine cut- just the regular ones that come with the PC.

    Air is from a little 15g Craftsman compressor 3.5 SF @90 psi. Runs all the time and is loud but gets the job done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rhunt View Post
    NICE!! I see some in your neighborhood like to break windows. Bob

    SoCal weather so we haven't even bothered to repair it. This my work shop and indeed it is sketchy with transients as they steal anything. Guy tried to walk off with my morning coffee one day- Now that is punishable by death right there!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Broccoli1 View Post
    Guy tried to walk off with my morning coffee one day- Now that is punishable by death right there!!
    What the hell?? "No coffee, no workee..."

    All my work is fueled by black coffee and MtDew
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    Re: da Mrs. project

    Quote Originally Posted by Broccoli1 View Post
    No fine cut- just the regular ones that come with the PC.

    Air is from a little 15g Craftsman compressor 3.5 SF @90 psi. Runs all the time and is loud but gets the job done.
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    Very nice! Sorry to hear about your loss!

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