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    My stepson has a small web-design business and will
    be attending a business development conference in a
    month or two and he needed a stand to display some
    marketing material. So rather than veg in front of
    the TV and rather than go out to a big-box-store,
    we fabricated one up ...

    The picture below shows the end results...
    I swotted up a small web page with the
    whole process, at
    http://home.comcast.net/~fkastenholz/stand/stand0.html
    Attached Files

  • #2
    Nice weekend project there fjk. I sure wish I could get my stepson to take an interest in something productive. His words ( who ever said video games arnt everything ? ) oh well maybe someday he will open his eyes. He is 16 this year so I guess he has a year or two to wake up.

    Always good to see Father and son/stepson working on something productive.
    Nice Work.

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    • #3
      The cold/hot roll in the back really gives it a "retail" look. Cool!
      Enjoy every day,
      One day someone's gonna be shovelin' dirt in your face

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      • #4
        Nice Stand !!

        fjk, Hi;
        I'd watch Welding near the Propane Tank !!

        Great Job Guys !!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by nfinch86 View Post
          fjk, Hi;
          I'd watch Welding near the Propane Tank !!
          Ouch!
          We would have done the welding on the driveway -- nothing
          there that would be a problem. But the driveway is not flat
          and we wanted to keep things as flat as possible, so quick
          we go, in the garage on the nice, flat, concrete floor.
          At least I got the lawnmower gas can and paper bag full
          of newspapers for recycling out of the way!

          Shows how easy it is to make simple, dumb, mistakes.

          Originally posted by nfinch86 View Post
          Great Job Guys !!
          Thanks.

          Frank

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Farmersammm View Post
            The cold/hot roll in the back really gives it a "retail" look. Cool!
            That's the idea.

            Thanks

            Frank

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            • #7
              Originally posted by tom37 View Post
              Nice weekend project there fjk.
              Thanks.

              Originally posted by tom37 View Post
              I sure wish I could get my stepson to take an interest in something productive. His words ( who ever said video games arnt everything ? ) oh well maybe someday he will open his eyes. He is 16 this year so I guess he has a year or two to wake up.
              Let's face it, most 16-yr-olds are like that. But most all of us grow out
              of it. And for those that don't, they can always become politicians

              Frank

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