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  • Shamrock1123
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    I used Glendale Powder Coat. I've used them several times and they have been very reasonable. They told me the cost was in all the expanded metal I used for the seat and back. I'll definately shop their price next time.

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  • cat
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    wow-$150 to powdercoat? who do you use? I am in scottsdale and I use az. powdercoat down on Washington and about 53rd St. They do gates for me from $30 to about $85. cat

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  • Shamrock1123
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    Easy takes all the fun out of it M.K. I'm one of those idiots who refuses to buy something nice for $50 when I can make it myself for $100 plus my time.

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  • mrandrei
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    Very nice!

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  • m.k.swelding
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    looks good. But I think I will just buy mine, there alot easyer to assemble

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  • Shamrock1123
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    Thanks cosmosuave. The ones we were looking at ran around $800 to $1500. I have $150 in steel and hardware and $150 to powder coat it. The real expense is a good pad. The custom pad I ordered was $375. I guess I should have taken a sewing class in High School instead of Metal Shop. It was a fun project to do. I got a little TIG experience in.

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  • cosmosuave
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    Saw something similar made of stainless going for $2300 cdn... Nice job... You make it to save some $$$?

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  • CaseyMckinney
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    That came out realy nice.

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  • Old Sporty
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    Nice job. Don't worry about the color of your equipment as long as it gets the job done. By the way, Hobart and Miller are both part of the same company if it makes you feel better.

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  • Shamrock1123
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    Thanks Guys

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  • KBar
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    Nice job on the lounge chair

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  • myistar
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    looks nice. i wish i had a square tubing bender.

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  • Shamrock1123
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    Chaise Lounge Chair

    Just finnished this lounge chair. I made it with 1.5" .065 wall square tube. The bottom rail is 1" .065 wall round tube. I covered the frame with flat expanded metal. The back adjusts to 4 positions plus flat. The pad should be ready in 2 weeks. Don't pay attention to the Brand-X welding equip in some of the pics. It was purchased before I saw the light. All my equip since has been BLUE.
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