Joining two pieces of metal grill

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Grant Bunter
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Re: Joining two pieces of metal grill

#16 Post by Grant Bunter » Thu Nov 19, 2020 4:34 am

There's these things, called welders, soldering irons, oxy/acetylene or oxy/lpg, in fact a whole bunch of stuff that joins various metals in various ways.
Join em, file the excess slag/resin/whatever, get out the rattle tin, done...
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DR 250: x 2 melded array, 2x CD horn, March 2012 plans.
T39's: 4 x 20" BP102 , 2 x 28" 3012lf.
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Bruce Weldy
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Re: Joining two pieces of metal grill

#17 Post by Bruce Weldy » Thu Nov 19, 2020 8:17 am

Grant Bunter wrote:
Thu Nov 19, 2020 4:34 am
There's these things, called welders, soldering irons, oxy/acetylene or oxy/lpg, in fact a whole bunch of stuff that joins various metals in various ways.
Join em, file the excess slag/resin/whatever, get out the rattle tin, done...
Yeah, I've got on of those guys right across the street from me.....but, I don't think he can match up those little holes and not make it look like it was welded....

I'm gonna' go grab some of that H-channel molding today - I think that will work.

Anyway, I have a lot of assembly left to do before I dig too deep into the grill. Just wanted to get a plan in my head.

6 - T39 4-25" 2-22" 3012LF
4 - OT12 2512 Melded/NSD2005
1 - T24
2 - XF210


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