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    Black Walnut & Metal bench I'm working on

    I was inspired by the steel firepit log that @sameltoe made so I'm using his idea to make legs for a black walnut slab I found in the shop. Here's a few pictures of what I got so far:
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    Looks good Kevin

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    Nice work Kevin

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    That's going to be badass!
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    This is sweet looking!

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    Looks great!!
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    Damn broken1, nice!!!
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    Amazed how you 2 were able to make smooth round tube so texturized and actually resemble wood/logs

    How much time goes into a log-leg?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JTRtrx250r View Post
    Amazed how you 2 were able to make smooth round tube so texturized and actually resemble wood/logs

    How much time goes into a log-leg?
    Thanks. It was actually pretty easy. Its just a whole bunch of weld beads & some steel bar stock cut into short slugs. The legs are .125 wall 2.5" tube & the braces are .080 wall .75" tube:
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    Pretty awesome looking project!
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    Quote Originally Posted by broken1 View Post
    Thanks. It was actually pretty easy. Its just a whole bunch of weld beads & some steel bar stock cut into short slugs. The legs are .125 wall 2.5" tube & the braces are .080 wall .75" tube:
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    Better a good deal to practice stick on 6010 or 6011.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skeans1 View Post
    Better a good deal to practice stick on 6010 or 6011.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The norm View Post
    Uhhhhh yuk!
    Lol come on Loren some people don't have a mig.

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    You'll but the shop down from all the splatter
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