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These are some of the sequential photos and description of how I made two wrought iron Window Boxes from one old Window A/C unit window guard.
I used an angle grinder with a thin blade to grind through the welds and then a hammer to tap the old window guard into two halves.
Careful craftsmen will work on a table and not on the ground.
Weld a reinforcement frame to the part that will be the base . Also weld in a grating of some kind. I used something called "horse panel" that is av...
Weld on some substantial lower brackets. A simple straight rod will do. I make scrolls so I made these of 1/2" solid iron square bar. You can see s...
As WallE said, "tadaaa." The person I made this for was going to have it sandblasted and painted so I just threw on some canned spray paint to preserv...
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