Sign Framework

Having good work relationships with other local companies is what makes the world go round. Recently I made a second sign frame for Roberge Signs who is just down the street from my shop. Luckily the sign is not that heavy which allowed us to use thinner then normal stock to achieve the curve. This product is complete and now at powder-coating to be powder painted satin black. This is the housing development metal & granite sign sketch from the customer with dimensions and material call out. I am doing the metal part.     Here is the product on the layout bench used to make sure everything is flat and held in place while being built    ...
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Loading Stair Structure for Install

Some days there is is more time spent preparing for a job in the shop then it will actually take to do the job. In these pictures you will see I have pre-assembled many different components to a stair structure in the shop in hopes of reducing time on site during install. By doing this I am able to make sure everything fits properly. If changes are necessary it is much easier to rectify in the shop versus outside using tools from my mobile welding truck.       Next>> Stair Structure...
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Mower Head Rebuild

This week I step away from custom fabrication to do a rebuild of a mower head. The wear plates on the inside of this monster take quite a beating. I am cutting out the old wear plates and welding in new AR 500 plate, 1/2” thick! There are many other components to this project that I will share later. Before Before Ready for...
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