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    Good call there too!!!!
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    Cool outdoor wood burner like a chiminea-thingie. You might even be able to supply the wood.

    Cool Tap handles for home bars with a keg. I suppose you could try to market lame versions, too, but...

    Drawer pulls (knob handles).

    Foot stools...now I'm just looking around the room.

    Bases for wood slab tables... for real, and I'm looking around the room.
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    Hahahahhahaha I'll build some stuff and start a thread. Hopefully i can make some easy low risk high profit stuff happen. Anything to be able to claim welding gear since the tax exemptions are gone.
    Kyle


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    small, simple art, and impulse buying on the internet!

    A bunch of nails welded together real pritty like, and the guy wants a mint.


    I saw a waterfall river table SUPPOSEDLY sold for $10k. It was wicked super duper burl, but $10 friking K!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackSmith View Post
    I don’t do “cheap” work Mick but I know who to charge a cheap price.
    Who? People who haven’t got any money or people who say they haven’t any money?
    Iím condescending, that means I talk down to people.


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    2018 is in the bag, 50% better year over year than 2017. 2019 is rolling for us already -- a nice job on the Lake of the Ozarks to kick it off, then 2 weeks of work lined up for residential work, and another solid week for a property owner to do all his properties. That's far and away better than January a year ago!

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    Used horseshoes are great for welding into things like hat, coat, boot, wine bottle racks etc, etc.

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    Or just bending straight, like "ole Hoss used to do!!!

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    I must have missed that.




    There was a guy selling horseshoe dogs on facebook yesterday, can't find it now. Had an old tin can as a head, don't think he would have sold too many.

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    Alas, i have no source of old horseshoes....
    Kyle