How To Plasma Cut Weld And Patina Metal Art
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How to Plasma Cut, Weld, and Patina Metal Art I recently had the opportunity to work on a project with a high end audio video company out of Bozeman, Montana named Studio AV INC.They were looking for a heavy duty piece of art that included the company logo with an industrial yet modern feel.
The project was a lot of fun and I documented the entire build.Time: This project can be done in 1 to 2 days.Cost: Metal : About $60.00 ( I used metal from a local shop named Pacific Steel ) - 12 gauge steel, 3/4 inch steel tubing Difficulty: Intermediate to Advanced Skills required (Welding/Plasma Cutting/Grinding/Patina)Tools Used: Hobart 250CI Plasma Cutter - (one of my favorite tools in the shop) - I got mine at Murdoch's Ranch and Home Supply.
Orbital SanderAngle Grinder - (Used Flap Disc and Metal Cutoff Blade)Metal Patina - Ferric Nitrate (To color metal with rust colors and maroonsMetal Patina - Potassium Sulfate (Black / Dark Brown)Metal Cut-off SawDrillBlow Torch - To heat up metal for Patina ProcessJohnson's Paste Wax - (To Seal Project) - Can Also use a spray sealer made for metal Materials:48×12 Sheet of 12 Gauge Steel3/4 Steel Tubing (About 10 Feet of Material)7/16″ Threaded Rod,...