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Old 10-15-2017, 07:04 AM
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Hey, hopefully everyone here is so busy to post anymore and not all gone. I do realize we are a dying breed, but I'm not dead yet. A had a request to build this letter "M" I used cold roll because she wanted to use the rust patina solution. This will be mounted on the wall and all her grandchildren pictures will go inside it. I am still looking for the finished pic she sent me, but I wanted to get the pot stirred here.

Hope all are doing well and keep bending away !!
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Very nice. Thanks for sharing.
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Hey, hopefully everyone here is so busy to post anymore and not all gone.
Not sure where some went and why others just are interested in reading the content that has been created over many years. I'm hoping to put more time into this throughout the colder months.

I have a couple of ideas of what I really want to do this winter and I think it will be a good thing for TheSheetMetalShop site.

Thanks for stopping in and contributing - it's always welcomed.
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Nice work. I try to remember to check in from time to time.
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Nice job!! Life has gotten to me for a while. Not away from sheet metal though. Replacing some fiber duct with real steel. Hated that stuff when it first came out, and nothing has changed......
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In a way it really hasn't

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Nothing fancy but a change from duct building.
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I can say I've not been on much because of life. Although I did get to do some ductwork last month. Maybe I should replace the word get with had. Had some straps break on the fiberduct at the house. Got to break out my slightly rusty ductwork skills ad put up 12' of trunk and a 14x14 to 24x8 hand made transition. I will confess that the transition was built on my tailgate in the driveway, and those Dewalt hammer drills run in self tappers at lightening speed. (With the hammer function NOT on). Also have a tinsmith project or two to do here soon. If I can find time. LOL
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