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    bumping this since I made something a couple of days ago:</P>


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    took several paint coats to get the right gothninja shade [86]</P>
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    nice scarf, buddy!
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    "a real piece of... slaughterhouse art"

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    thanks Faust ;)</P>
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    some more info about the rack and how you made it would be great

    I've been searching for a similar rack for months and I can't seem to find anything suitable

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    some more info about the rack and how you made it would be great

    I've been searching for a similar rack for months and I can't seem to find anything suitable
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    about 2" steel pipe in several pieces,4 x90 joints,2x T joints and thats about it. all available at the plumbing section of a well equipped hardware store. after some sanding I did about 5 paint coats starting a black primer, thin layer of metallic, thin coats of some bronze colours followed by some more sanding and finished with a semi-covering coat of black primer with a little bit of the previous coats showing through.</P>


    pieced it together and thats about it. the hooks I cut and bent from thin steel rod since I couldn't find any big ones like that.</P>
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    about 2" steel pipe in several pieces,4 x90 joints,2x T joints and thats about it. all available at the plumbing section of a well equipped hardware store. after some sanding I did about 5 paint coats starting a black primer, thin layer of metallic, thin coats of some bronze colours followed by some more sanding and finished with a semi-covering coat of black primer with a little bit of the previous coats showing through.</p>


    pieced it together and thats about it. the hooks I cut and bent from thin steel rod since I couldn't find any big ones like that.</p>[/quote]

    nice, thanks!

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    those hooks should be available from a shop that sells commercial cooking equipment.

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    mike I really love the look of that, well done

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    [quote user="asho"]those hooks should be available from a shop that sells commercial cooking equipment.[/quote]</P>


    ones used in kitchens are generally about 2/3 of the size of these and wouldn't fit the pipe. I at least was unable to find ones big enough.</P>
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    that's awesome, arto. the hooks are pretty damn well done. looks great and I imagine it didn't cost you much either :-)
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    some of my still life photography </p>

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    It's illegal for me to have pictures of "finished products" but here is my hands mid 'project'</p>

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    fuck, that baby dresses way better than i do.

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    It's illegal for me to have pictures of "finished products" but here is my hands mid 'project'</p>

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    Cool, what do you do?</p>

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    fantastic mike really like the rail might try and do something like it for when i move away in september to take down with me
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    I am a plastics fabricator, really not all that exciting but extremely fun for me. Get blue prints, make things to print, straight forward just have to have the mind for it.
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    fuck, that baby dresses way better than i do.

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    What have you done there Matthew?

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