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    Mar 2006
    Ocean City, Maryland

    Default Plasma cam

    Somebody mentioned the other day about using a plasma cam. My son made this sign for me at vo-tech. Its made from 2 pieces of 10 ga sheet metal on either side of a piece of .064" aluminum, riveted together. The frame we made from 1/2" square stock and put a twist in both uprights and the bottom cross piece. The 2 pcs of sheet metal were primed and painted on both sides to help with rust. When it does rust we can remove the rivets, sandblast and re-paint. This was the first project they did with the plasma cam, its brand new and they had fun doing it. It did a great job. I'll try to get him to take some pics of the plasma cam
    It was hard to get a picture that showed the depth, it looks like it was painted in most pics
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