I did this at TechShop Menlo Park. http://www.techshop.com

In the attempt to make a frame for large light-box for artwork we needed to cut galvanized steel bars to 1ft lengths.

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We placed the bars on the cutting area with a rolling support from one side to hold the weight up.
Huh, and here I was using a hacksaw.
HACKSAW IT IS ,, WHEN the nearest TechShop is Hundreds of miles away !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
You give me an idea: to post an instructable about cutting steel rods with chisel, as my father did. Today's technology is obviously far better, but those former methods are still useful. <br> <br>
Nice little writeup! It is always interesting to see which aspects of a process a new person focuses on as important. <br> <br>I especially liked how you interlocked the Unistrut to do the cutting, so that you had an effective &quot;flat surface&quot; for the bandsaw blade to bite. Much better than trying to cut on the flanges, and have them vibrate back and forth!

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