Welding

Feb 5, 2008

Aluminum Water Feature Basin Tank













Recently I was contacted by a fellow Dripping Springs resident about the fabrication of a tank for his stone and tile water feature built in his coutyard. I fabricated it from .125 thick 5052-H32 aluminum. The dimensions were aprox 12" high x 14" width x 48" long having a capacity of aprox 14.5 gals of water. It was a very straight forward project that required the use of a Power Shear, Hydraulic CNC Press Brake, and a Miller Syncrowave 250 for the tig welding GTAW, we had to do to create a water tight seal. See pics of this project. I will be adding completed Tank installed at a later date.

More of the Chevy BowTie Exhaust tips project



This project is progressing as planned. Johnny has added a 1" width band of 16ga stainless steel to the end of tip. It has been welded complete on end now and the 1st polishing operation has been done, see photos. I will update as project moves forward.

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