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INDUSTRIAL CANDLE HOLDER For use with a regular tea candleI made this at techshop
Check the scrap bin, for this I used 16 gauge steel from the scrap bin
Cut the pieces to a rough size. I used the beverly to get an approximate size. It is industrial so it is okay if it is a rough ...
Just to let the light out, use the punch and throw a few holes in it. Again, not scientific about it.
I used the break to give it a squared of shape
Make sure everything fits together. My pieces flare out at the top.
16 gauge steel setting for the MIG welder is wire speed at 190 and 16 volts
I used the magnets to hold the pieces together and did one side at a time.
Flip and repeat. This time I used a clamp because of the rough shape it wasn't a perfect fit.
I used the wheel and the wire brush to clean up the welds and polish the final piece
INDUSTRIAL CANDLE HOLDER
For use with a regular tea candle
I made this at techshop
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