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    Kitchen cart fully brazed

    Did this last year. Built from clients photo. I elected to braze it together,just cuzz I like to braze. All cross members in the lower rack are inserted into pre-drilled holes all brazen to quiet them. The corner joints are also formed by pre-drilled holes. This was a pleasant detour from some of my routine stuff.
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    Re: Kitchen cart fully brazed

    How do I rotate photos? Is that a result on how the camera was held?

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    Re: Kitchen cart fully brazed

    It’s because you don’t post enough photos of your “normal”jobs for us to enjoy.

    Nice job on the kitchen cart
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    Re: Kitchen cart fully brazed

    Take pics with phone horizontally next time

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    Re: Kitchen cart fully brazed

    Snip, rotate, upload
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    Re: Kitchen cart fully brazed

    I like the round tube corners on the square top frame.... Pretty snazzy.

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    Re: Kitchen cart fully brazed

    It's very nice, understated - nicely done
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    Re: Kitchen cart fully brazed

    Quote Originally Posted by Lis2323 View Post
    It’s because you don’t post enough photos of your “normal”jobs for us to enjoy.

    Nice job on the kitchen cart
    It's ironic. The small stuff excites me most. It give me opportunity to exercise techniques and quality I see on weldingweb. This place can be quite inspirational and can elevate the challenge for quality.

    Thanks to all for the complements.

    The corner is a round tube with 3/4 cut away to match the square tube.

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