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This may well be the finalized design - although there is no guarantee Big Grin 
The feet design will be changed to match the top.

   

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Still looks like a waste basket. 17428

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(03-24-2015, 02:13 PM)EdK Wrote: Still looks like a waste basket.  17428

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Yep Rotfl
but my wife likes it Smile
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I thought about making an ice bucket like that, bunch of red LEDs in the bottom for that Brazier Glow, a couple of branding irons thrust in at a jaunty angle, for that Dungeon look...
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I got some welding rods. They assured me they are suitable for 304

       

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Finalized the design and size.

       

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bottom diameter?
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(04-05-2015, 04:40 PM)Vinny Wrote: bottom diameter?

400mm Smile
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Now who's daft idea was it to make it out of stainless Bash 
It's very "springy" Cool  The stuff needs to learn to stay where it's put Big Grin 
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Oh, yes, SS work hardens if you use strong language with it.
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