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April 25, 2011

My niece's first welding project - drop dead gorgeous eagle bracket

Welding is so cool.  You can make a piece that's beautiful, permanent and deeply yours in almost no time.  My niece Susanna did this on her very first day using a cutting torch and welder.  I just love this.  (Wire feed welders are like glue guns, except you get molten metal instead of gooey plastic.)

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Comments

Michael

That's good. Mig and Tig aren't the easiest welders to use. You might let the reads know you won't find them at the craft store.

Belstaff Winter Coats

Good stuff as per usual, thanks. I do hope this kind of thing gets more exposure.

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