Patio's projects

The Photo Album is a place for "Shop Shots" as well as pictures and descriptions of projects that we are working on. Show off your Shops, Machines, and your Projects!

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JackF
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Re: Patio's projects

Post by JackF » Mon Jul 15, 2019 3:01 pm

Thanks for the video Pat and nice work. I like the middle handle most. :) :wink:


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Re: Patio's projects

Post by Harold_V » Mon Jul 15, 2019 4:00 pm

For folks who aren't familiar with the 300 series of stainless, 303, either S or Se, are free machining. They have wonderful machining characteristics and are a pleasure to work with.

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Patio
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Re: Patio's projects

Post by Patio » Thu Aug 22, 2019 12:41 am

Another project.
I help a group put on a festival each year, for the last 15 years. We usually have a bon fire, but in the last few years we have been on different properties, and the event is held in August, and that is when the fire danger is the highest around here. So we did not have a fire for a few years, until I built a gas one, last year. This year I built the burners for two of them. They can be no greater the 36"X36" around here. I am friends with one of the local welders here, and they were kind enough to build the stand and pan, for the burner. I used landscape lava rock for the media. The lava rock was recently delivered to the yard where I borrow it from, and was a bit wet. Once I had it all set up for a test run, I let it run for a bit to dry the rock to keep them from popping. Below is a picture of me burning them off. ;)
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JackF
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Re: Patio's projects

Post by JackF » Thu Aug 22, 2019 9:36 am

Great job.

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Re: Patio's projects

Post by curtis cutter » Thu Aug 22, 2019 10:13 am

This is a perfect solution while the highest restriction level on outdoor burning is being enforced Pat. Kudos to you.
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