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Amusing - so what the hell do you do with the metal? I totally understand by the "use by date for bricklaying.." It is a young man's sport.
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Old 01-09-2012, 08:44 PM
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Amusing - so what the hell do you do with the metal? I totally understand by the "use by date for bricklaying.." It is a young man's sport.
There are a few yuppie plant nurseries not far from us that sell scrap metal at exorbitant prices, they are always on the lookout for this sort of stuff so I am in the process of getting a arhumm portfolio together.
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lol
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do you frame them ?
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do you frame them ?
I havent so far, I figured you could just put them in the garden somewhere.
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my 2 cents

Try a drop saw and some old fence pailings it will tidy up the edges add some wire or a hook and makes them more take home and put up for the yuppy nursery goer.
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I agree, put a rough frame around them and they'll look twice as good and you can charge three times as much. Mitre the corners 45 with your drop saw.
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Old 01-09-2012, 11:53 PM
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Thanks guys....
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Al,
have you burnt through the steel with an oxy to create your designs?
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Its a Plasma cutter, way better than an oxy as it will cut anything conductive.

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