Friday, May 8, 2009


Sometimes you just can't beat the efficiency of metal. Classic example, I was asked to build a massive 9'X3' wooden structure to serve as storage for the local kayak centre's dry suits & staff coats. Inexpensive was the overriding requirement. Here's some drawings I came up with, in mild steel, as an alternative to using cumbersome toxic sheet goods & fasteners. The result was less materials, quicker build, stronger, cleaner look. Utility trailers and steel go hand in hand. Next up - learn how to weld aluminium & stainless steel.

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