Fortunately I work with a guy that collects and sells any kind of scrap metal he can get his hands on. He parks his trailer at our shop. Him and I have an understanding that I can take whatever I need, in return, he gets all my scrap and any copper or brass I come upon. I stocked up my shelves pretty well and also got a name of a good supplier out of it.
Got a lot of W-21 I-Beams near Lancaster, Pa if anyone is interested, I think some are W-19. I'll post a seperate thread on them someday once I have the list together. Most are 40' long, a few are 30'. I believe there are 12 in all.
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Thread: anyone else pick up scrap
02-16-2008, 01:56 PM #21Ken
What else is there besides welding and riding. Besides that
Miller Thunderbolt XL 300/200 AC/DC
Hobart Handler 187
Dewalt Chop Saw
4" Air Grinder
Rigid Drill Press
Kellogg 10hp Air Compressor
02-16-2008, 02:38 PM #22
I went to the sheet metal shop down the road the other day to gather up some pieces for a project.I haven't been in a while but anyway they have a new shop foreman, my friend moved up and in the office. I asked him for a price on some scrap stainless sheet he informed me there was no such thing everything in his shop was drops. I still love to gather scrap for projects, but it is getting harder to find