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Author Topic: Welding and related heavy metal work  (Read 5013 times)

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Offline BAHuys

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Welding and related heavy metal work
« on: March 02, 2014, 02:25:09 PM »
I'll be happy to weld for anyone interested, located in Dobson NC and/or Sparta NC (depending on whether school is in session).  I'm in school to be a welder/machinist, so I've got access to just about any type of metal equipment one could wish for. 

Sometime in the next few months, I plan on fabbing some Eagle specific bumpers, I'll keep y'all posted on that.

Also, I have access to a plasmacam cutter (, and can design just about anything you could wish.  We can cut any metal, 14ga to 1".

I've got a few years of AutoCAD/Inventor experience, so if anyone needs any sort of drafting/design work, I'm your man.  My school has a full CNC machine shop, so custom parts are definitely a possibility.

So anyway, basically I'd love to help out with any heavy metal work y'all may have.

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