Coat Rack/Bench

Very easy, and way cute in the end.

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Step 1: Angle Iron

Step one:

First, I cut four pieces of angle iron that were four feet long, and then four pieces of angle iron that were two feet long.

Each of those pieces are for the top shelf and the bench. I then welded them together so it looked like a rectangle, for the top and the bottom.

Step 2:

Next, I cut out two pieces of square rod that were each three and a half feet long. With those pieces i twisted them, so they sort of looked like a twisted pretzel.

After that I cut four pieces of square rod hat were each a foot and a half tall, those were for the bottom legs.

Step 3:

Lastly, I welded the two rectangles of angle iron to the square rod that i had cut out. By, then the frame is all done, and all there is left to do is cut out seven pieces of two by fours. The horse shoes, and barb wire is a personal thing I just wanted to add.

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    3 years ago

    Nice work!