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Name plaques for a finished product.

Name plaques for a finished product.

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I have thousands of ~2” aluminum “coins”, that are left over from my last job… Any ideas?? I’m totally open!

I have thousands of ~2” aluminum “coins”, that are left over from my last job… Any ideas?? I’m totally open!

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One more picture to see both walls.

One more picture to see both walls.

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A “bunk” bed I built for my daughter. It’s almost done… Still needs a ladder, and some clouds across the rail. On the right side, there is a void in the platform for the ladder to rise up through. It’s all aluminum and wall to wall. It holds the whole family, so it seems strong… Hope you enjoy!

A “bunk” bed I built for my daughter. It’s almost done… Still needs a ladder, and some clouds across the rail. On the right side, there is a void in the platform for the ladder to rise up through. It’s all aluminum and wall to wall. It holds the whole family, so it seems strong… Hope you enjoy!

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Progress shot via Jesus’ iPhone of my current project. In total, it will be over 50’ of all aluminum fence/wall around an outdoor seating area at a local restaurant.

Progress shot via Jesus’ iPhone of my current project. In total, it will be over 50’ of all aluminum fence/wall around an outdoor seating area at a local restaurant.

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This is my temporary down-draft exhaust for the plasma table. I had to get something up and running quickly, and my dad helped me knock this out in a day. The finished project will have duct work plumbed through the shop so I don’t have to wheel a giant fan out to the end of the table each time I use it…

This is my temporary down-draft exhaust for the plasma table. I had to get something up and running quickly, and my dad helped me knock this out in a day. The finished project will have duct work plumbed through the shop so I don’t have to wheel a giant fan out to the end of the table each time I use it…

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workspaces:

Jeff & Larissa Sands’s architecture office, industrial design studio, and home all rolled into one building. | via Dwell


Dream shop!

workspaces:

Jeff & Larissa Sands’s architecture office, industrial design studio, and home all rolled into one building. | via Dwell

Dream shop!

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More shots as requested. Seat is Masonite with 12 fixing rivets, and 6 holes (holes represent six slices of pizza as these will be going into a pizza place). The chair is made of two pieces of 7/16” CRS rod, two pieces of 16ga. steel, one piece of Masonite, and 12 rivets. It has 12 1.5” radii and 3 bows (for the seat and back).

GIVE ME FEEDBACK PLEASE!

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Prototype finished….

Prototype finished….

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So far the prototype has given me a run for my money, but it is coming along… As it stands, It’s two pieces of steel (1 20ft. Stick of 7/16” CRS), and twelve 1.5” radius bends. There will be more to follow…

So far the prototype has given me a run for my money, but it is coming along… As it stands, It’s two pieces of steel (1 20ft. Stick of 7/16” CRS), and twelve 1.5” radius bends. There will be more to follow…

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Five minute study in wire frame chair design. Not at all what the finished product will look like, just seeing what would happen when I started bending bailing wire. I am designing a chair with as few components as possible that will cost very little to produce… LONG way to go yet…

Five minute study in wire frame chair design. Not at all what the finished product will look like, just seeing what would happen when I started bending bailing wire. I am designing a chair with as few components as possible that will cost very little to produce… LONG way to go yet…

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Mobile base completed!

Mobile base completed!

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Them’s 8” casters…’cause I did!

Them’s 8” casters…’cause I did!

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I just mocked up the new mobile base for the PlasmaCAM. It only needs a coat of paint, and a detachable plasma cutter rack to stow the “business generator” under the table. Next up material handling rack/table for storing sheets and loading the table. I’ll shoot a few pictures of the next few items I end up making.

I just mocked up the new mobile base for the PlasmaCAM. It only needs a coat of paint, and a detachable plasma cutter rack to stow the “business generator” under the table. Next up material handling rack/table for storing sheets and loading the table. I’ll shoot a few pictures of the next few items I end up making.

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Keyboard, etc. drawer. Did I mention this computer cabinet was almost entirely made of recycled and free materials? The only parts I purchased were the casters and blue paint…. the frame was made from a porch swing that my neighbour through away, the melamine came from a treadmill, the acrylic widow was out of a drugstore display, and the drawer guides were from an old sink display from my last job. Almost forgot, the cooling fan for the computer enclosure was something I found 8 years ago in the trash.

Keyboard, etc. drawer. Did I mention this computer cabinet was almost entirely made of recycled and free materials? The only parts I purchased were the casters and blue paint…. the frame was made from a porch swing that my neighbour through away, the melamine came from a treadmill, the acrylic widow was out of a drugstore display, and the drawer guides were from an old sink display from my last job. Almost forgot, the cooling fan for the computer enclosure was something I found 8 years ago in the trash.