I started out after I decided to draw my SS at 62, had been a diesel mechanic and worked on farm equipment for 35 years.
I do a lot of farm repair and some heavy equipment. The bulk of my welding is small jobs for two local Amish communities.
When I started 5 years ago it went slow and took about two years for the word to spread, I really did no advertising, just word of mouth. Now I almost have more work that I have time to do.
Here is a picture of some stands I welded up for a hog barn that hold the stall panels.
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12-19-2012, 02:41 PM #11Senior Member
- Join Date
- Jan 2007
- S.W. Missouri
Hobart Stickmate AC/DC
12-19-2012, 06:10 PM #12
How about picnic tables, outdoor furniture. Here's one I built for a charity raffle with steel and composite decking for the table top.
The seats were upholstered, but deck material would work for it as well.
This was powder coated but stainless would work well too. Someone posted up some stainless outdoor furniture a while back and it looked awesome.Miller Syncrowave 200
Homemade Water Cooler
60 year old Logan Lathe
Select Machine and Tool Mill
More stuff than I can keep track of..