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    The forged basis under a stone countertop in bathroom(stepwise assembly)
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    Last edited by donor76; 01-07-2012 at 02:21 PM.
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    The forged basis under a stone countertop in bathroom -further
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    That is some real nice work!
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    Wow that is some project, I have a question how do you get the detail at the end of the scrolls I love the way they look, do you forge them yourself or buy them stamped that way?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Powertig View Post
    Wow that is some project, I have a question how do you get the detail at the end of the scrolls I love the way they look, do you forge them yourself or buy them stamped that way?
    in this project all done by hand except for the sheet metal laser cut (all the details that I can not do in the manual I order in a private office "lazerteh").
    regard curls have two options:
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    2) Scroll Forms (Quick an easy forming of multiple scrolls).

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    Very impressive! Do you mind describing how you twist the rail around the front? (It looks like a towel rack.) Are you able to put the entire length of square stock into the forge, heat, and twist?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveO View Post
    Very impressive! Do you mind describing how you twist the rail around the front? (It looks like a towel rack.) Are you able to put the entire length of square stock into the forge, heat, and twist?
    You're right, this rack for towels. First square twists around its axis (without heating)

    and then attach the required bending (without heating)
    by such devices(Scrolling Fork)

    cut to size and welded balls.
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    You are a true artist! How long did it take you from start to finish?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SeanMurphy265 View Post
    You are a true artist! How long did it take you from start to finish?
    I did this work with the friend and workmate Sergey.

    2 days on the statement of all details with the customer,
    Week of work in a smithy,
    1 day of assemblage, 1 day painted,1 day installation on object.

    Florets has made of aluminium approximately for 2,5 hours





    Here is such sketch has been given by the customer
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    Maybe put some on your welding cart?...
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    I literally said WOW, outloud when I clicked on some pics.
    Amazing work! I would love to get into this eventually..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jake98 View Post
    Maybe put some on your welding cart?...
    I am afraid that if to introduce flowers on my cart, the equipment which will stand on it won't want to work properly
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    Quote Originally Posted by CGCINC View Post
    I literally said WOW, outloud when I clicked on some pics.
    Amazing work!
    Yes. That is what I would call true craftsmanship.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CGCINC View Post
    I literally said WOW, outloud when I clicked on some pics.
    Amazing work! I would love to get into this eventually..
    The same client called yesterday, it wants, we have made a coffee table, and other subjects of a decor. So that I hope soon to add still new photos
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    Today have established a marble table-top and a bowl.

    Work is made, the customer is happy




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    I would not even attempt to bid something like that! I'm impressed that you made all of that, I would have ordered everything from king metals and put her together!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SeanMurphy265 View Post
    I would not even attempt to bid something like that! I'm impressed that you made all of that, I would have ordered everything from king metals and put her together!
    I am very glad that was pleasant to you.
    Actually all not so is difficult for making it as it seems
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