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you do good art work but how is your repair skills.
A big part of my job was doing repair work when I was at Chrysler. I did a little bit of everything: hydraulic cylinders off of fork lifts, tool steel fixtures from honing machines, coolant piping, ss dyno exhaust, aluminum fixtures, patching conveyors, fixing ss doors, so on and so forth. Taking something that is jacked up and making it work again is fun
Here is a piece I fixed off of a chiropractor's table. Cast aluminum, someone had "repaired" it by welding all the way around the crack. That obviously didn't hold. I v-ed it out and re-welded it.
[FONT="Comic Sans MS"]Just weld it!!! Miller big 40 diesel, Miller bluestar 180k,Maxus Pro-140 mig, Gas powered air compressor, and alot of tools the lady dont need to know about. all portable for on site work,15 year Structural welder,Ironworker, Millwright.