Step 5: Conclusion

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There are many different ways to do a job like this. I have given a very brief and deliberately vague outline of the method I chose, hoping that this will be enough perhaps to inspire someone to get started on their own path. If anyone wants more details, please let me know. I will be more than happy to help any way I can.

I hope you have enjoyed this Instructible. Please feel free to comment or ask questions, and if you have read this far you might be kind enough to consider giving it a vote in the Metal Challenge. http://www.instructables.com/contest/metal/

Many Thanks, and Happy Making.
Cant Hardly3 years ago
Is there some sort of paint or coating that you can apply to the inside so this can be used as a vase for fresh cut flowers, etc and not rust?
Thats awesome mate!!! I really want to try this now, any advice for scoring the metal for folding. Im worried I may go to deep
cammers (author)  cozmicyellow3 years ago
Thanks Cozmic, I'm glad you liked it.
You only have to score the folds lightly - less than 10% of the thickness of the plate. It really is a matter of just running the cutting disc along the lines. You will find it takes a lot more effort to actually cut through the plate. Practice on an off-cut and you will soon get the hang of it.
When you make one please share the results.

By the way. Would you consider voting for this in The Metal Challenge? Please do.
heikeg3 years ago
Love it!