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    Quote Originally Posted by rescue welding View Post
    Ok can u post a pic of your if u can I wanna make sure I gut the right 1
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    Can anybody post pics of the ideas they gave me of thing to build so I can visualize it thanks that would be great

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    Anybody have any ideas and plans for things to make please let me know thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by rescue welding View Post
    Anybody have any ideas and plans for things to make please let me know thanks
    5 pages of stuff and we are back to question #1. I would think by the time you spent 2 days looking thru the projects folders there would be at least one thing that you could make...Bob
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    Hi , i looked at your profile and remember a posting on horseshoe projects.
    This may work for you.

    http://www.millerwelds.com/resources...small+projects

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    Quote Originally Posted by rescue welding View Post
    Can anybody post pics of the ideas they gave me of thing to build so I can visualize it thanks that would be great
    Quote Originally Posted by rescue welding View Post
    Anybody have any ideas and plans for things to make please let me know thanks
    Here's some pics of project ideas. Do the first project first, it will give you some practice before you start the second one which will be a little more of a challenge. But right now it seems the biggest challenge is finding you something to build. What kind & how much material do you have on hand? The second one here will require quit a bit.
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    I have a ton of material anybody have any really good ideas because I can't really find anything I like

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    You mean out of ALL the projects in the project section of this site you couldn't find ANYTHING EVEN CLOSE to what you may want to make? NOTHING there was even a little bit of an inspiration for something?
    Keep in mind if you are going to make something to sell, it's not what YOU would like, but what someone ELSE would like to pay MONEY for. Some of the small grills of various designs would be a start. Put them out in front of your house and see if anyone stops to look at them. If they do get out there and talk to them about it. They may have an idea of what they want, besides what you have and you can make them one to their liking. Make some of the other items and include it in your display, and be sure to get out there and talk to anyone who stops to look.
    Here's another idea that I came up with http://www.millerwelds.com/resources...read.php?27952 Make some of these in various configurations and sizes, just make sure to keep them balanced so they stand on their own.

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    That link will not open and do u have good plans for a grill if so can u send I'll build anything I just need plans im not good at making my own plans yet can u repost that link I really appreciate your help thank u

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    You should check out logfurniturehowto.com I think he has some great designs that don't take alot

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