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    I made a Plasma cutting Tray and got to use my new Welding Table
    My first attempt with a plasma cutter, The second one you'll probably laugh at, thatís OK the third photo is with a flash the fourth is without a flash.
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    Nice job. I too do plasma cutting art. Love to work with the metal.

    Leefy

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    • #3
      Leefy

      What other kind of work have you done? Not that Iíll copy it or nothing

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      • #4
        Looks good sir.

        I really like the tree project.

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        • #5
          P.c.

          Really like the tree theme. PCs are almost sinfully fun to use, huh!

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          • #6
            Looking good. Next step in my opinion is to buff down the metal with a flap disc and flame color. I prefer to have a couple of hills that overlap in front of the base of tree or cut the roots into the tree base. It's hard to make nice roots or a tree base It will give the piece depth if the hills overlap each other -- same for putting moon behind tree and clouds in front of moon.

            It's better to do most of the sanding before tacking it together from back and then touching up the "burn" marks before coloring with a propane torch.

            Here is an example: http://www.millerwelds.com/interests...ct/3385180426/

            Keep it up -- I sold two like this at Christmas for $45 each. Here is a site for more ideas
            http://bobart.web.officelive.com/Gallery.aspx

            Bob

            By the way EXCELLENT weld/cutting table!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by FabTech View Post
              Leefy

              What other kind of work have you done? Not that Iíll copy it or nothing
              I have attached a couple of the things I do. I also take apart old farm machinery and try to create things.
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