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Chuck Woods Jr
Project Submitted: 9/3/2016
I built a 9' water fountain to go in the middle of a pond for an added feature and to add oxygen to the water for the future home to some pond fish. It also added the soothing sound of falling water in the back yard.
Started with a large plow disc inverted for the base. Started to bend largest pipe pieces to form the stem and made a split close to the base to have two sides to the fountain. I than welded a plow disc (leveled) on each stem to have a basin to catch the water and spill over the edges. Next set of stems where a size smaller of pipe bent and welded to the pipe below to make a water tight connection. The same procedure for the next sets of disc's and pipe until the top where I again brought the two pipes together to make a final union of the pipes and topped it all of with a small disc at the top. I added a 3/4" pipe nipple to the base area of the pipe to be able to supply the water to the fountain. I decided not to paint the fountain so it would get a natural patina look.
misc. sized field plow discs
misc. sizes of steel pipe
Miller 211 wire feed
hyd. pipe bender
| Metal Art
Farm and Ranch
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