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    the railings were designed by the owner of the home and myself . It took approximatly 35 hours to fabricate the railings.
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    Last edited by Robert Pelky; 10-21-2005, 09:27 AM.

  • #2
    Umm, were you going to post pictures?


    • #3
      Its his first post , don't be shy...Bob


      • #4
        WOW, I close my eyes and picture what 35 hours of welding & Fab work on railings would look like.

        I can see!


        • #5
          I had the same thing happen to me and the fellows gave me a hard time even called it "invisisteel" it took a day or two to figure out the attachments thing for me anyway, he'll get it.


          • #6
            great looking fence Robert
            I can see were the time took
            I just help a friend make a plain steel picket fence 100 metres long with pickets spaced at 75 mm apart
            and that took us 40 hrs
            the work you put into looks great


            • #7
              That is really nice looking, way to go! I've been trying to convince my wife that something like that would look good in front of our house. Maybe I'll show here the pictures here, thanks!



              • #8
                See I told you so, Very Nice stuff.

                Keep up the good work,


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