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A few pics of a new hand rail project.

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  • A few pics of a new hand rail project.

    Mother-in-law is having more and more troubles going up and down stairs. So I tried to fix her porch up a little. I wont show any pics of my hand rail at home since I DONT like it, but here is a few of the railing at her house.

    I ran .035 Lincoln inner-shield, about 5 on voltage and around 27 or 28 on wire speed on the frame portion. On the uprights I ran between 3 and 4 and about 22 on the wire. I was a little disappointed in my work because of the splatter. But I forgot the pam spray at home and possibly I could have had the settings just a little better. All in all I was happy in the end, It ended up square and level even tho the porch is not.

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    Guess I"m getting older than I thought. No wonder it's gettin' difficult to see the arc. Heck, I can't even see the pics.

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    • #3
      Still no photos? Just hit and ran?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by nocheepgas View Post
        Guess I"m getting older than I thought. No wonder it's gettin' difficult to see the arc. Heck, I can't even see the pics.
        LOL Too funny!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by SeanSpencer View Post
          Mother-in-law is having more and more troubles going up and down stairs. So I tried to fix her porch up a little. I wont show any pics of my hand rail at home since I DONT like it, but here is a few of the railing at her house.

          I ran .035 Lincoln inner-shield, about 5 on voltage and around 27 or 28 on wire speed on the frame portion. On the uprights I ran between 3 and 4 and about 22 on the wire. I was a little disappointed in my work because of the splatter. But I forgot the pam spray at home and possibly I could have had the settings just a little better. All in all I was happy in the end, It ended up square and level even tho the porch is not.

          SO WHERE ARE THE PICTURES?

          GoOd lUcK

          HAWK

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