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    I had the opportunity to build a conference table for the company I work for. I have to give credit for some of the general design ideas to Jimmy-POP as he does some great metal work of the same type of stuff. And to all y'all forum members who push me to better my skills and knowledge
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    Miller 350P
    Miller Econotig
    Milwaukee Dry saw
    Evolution Dry saw (for sale)
    Scotchman 350 cold saw
    7x12 bandsaw
    1910 ATW 14 x 72 lathe
    fridge full of adult beverages
    Sirius radio

    www.snpequipment.com
    callouses and burns a plentysigpic

  • #2
    That is one "Sick" And Awesome design!

    What is the company? I noticed the Fleur De Le...

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Kamikaze View Post
      That is one "Sick" And Awesome design!

      What is the company? I noticed the Fleur De Le...

      I work for a family owned safe and vault company. Company has been around since 1905 based out of new Orleans. Has survived numerous floods and fires and still going strong
      Miller 350P
      Miller Econotig
      Milwaukee Dry saw
      Evolution Dry saw (for sale)
      Scotchman 350 cold saw
      7x12 bandsaw
      1910 ATW 14 x 72 lathe
      fridge full of adult beverages
      Sirius radio

      www.snpequipment.com
      callouses and burns a plentysigpic

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      • #4
        Very Cool!

        Thanks for sharing!

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        • #5
          cooooooooooooool

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          • #6
            Nice table.

            Very cool. The design is indeed indicative of the logo.
            Mustangs Forever!

            Miller equipment.

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            • #7
              Good job.
              The guys out in the shop sort of need to borrow it-
              we're running out of places to pile stuff, weld, and hammer on real heavy/sharp things.
              When ya get back in town, could ya help us carry it out there?
              Last edited by Winger Ed.; 01-29-2010, 01:05 PM.
              "Gone are the days of wooden ships, and Iron men.
              I doubt we'll see either of their likes again".

              Circa 1920.
              Author:
              Unknown US Coast Guard unit Commander.

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