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  1. #1
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    Default Wrought Iron railing

    Latest railing project for the top of a staircase. It will have three panels, the middle one will be smaller and a different design flank by two panels like this one.
    Parts by king. Rustic welding by me.



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    That is a nice gate
    With a guard dog who needs a gate. I donít like the way heís looking me

    I just came across those curly thing-a bobs at the supply yard per made
    what are they called. Iím thinking of using them for a handle on my fire place poker might look cool
    Fab Tech

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    Chevy says, (French bulldog + French name, Chevrolet + car nuts = Chevy, dog name) You looking at me?? She was just mad because she was on a set command.

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    Its ok, you can pee on it when he leaves.
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    looks good, but what did ur dog hit to flatten it face

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    The gate looks really good, I like curly-bob-thingys. I'm tryin to take in all the info and ideas from projects so I can work up a plan for my front stairs and then my entry stairs to the living room.

    Nice work.

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    Here is the center panel, now to make a copy of the first panel.

  8. #8
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    The project looks good. Show some photos after you have it installed. Did you forge all of the iron work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick C View Post
    The project looks good. Show some photos after you have it installed. Did you forge all of the iron work?
    I get the iron work from King Metal.

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    Default Prep for paint

    Nice job, looks great.

    What's your plan for cleaning and prepping for paint? I notice you didn't clean the Sodium Nitrate coating from the individual pieces. I just got my first delivery from King and am about to start my own project and looking to see how others tackle it.

    Matt.
    "A little bit of knowledge is a dangerous thing"

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