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I have no technical nor functional description about the following other than it’s a metal wall/chair installation affair made from punched sheet. Alas, the entire shaboodle hasn’t been pieced together as that was being done on site. So, you’ll just have to make do with the 40 or so pictures of the punched metal arrangement […]

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Do you remember the time scrap metal buyers and dealers used to charge you to take away your crap scrap? (I’m thinking more along the lines of scrap car dealers to be fair, but one did tell me a few years ago (’95) when prices weren’t quite as keen as they are today that it […]

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Australian sheet metal fabricator, Bevan George, is off to the 2008 China Olympics – Erm…Ripper! Ah, the Olympics; the time when a whole country rallies its xenophobic tendencies while its subjects become experts/fans/screaming loons about sports that your average Joe was genuinely crap at even though it only ever amounted to the basics of chucking, […]

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Do they mean an entire bus made from stainless steel? So a European tour to learn the ins and outs of the uses of stainless steel in public transport. Maybe it’ll be a step up from sending the new lad to panel beating night school 101 at Nelson and Colne College. I’m sure Jasper will […]

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There seems to be an awful amount of second guessing as to what Flickr founder Stewart Butterfield meant in his Yahoo! resignation letter. Although I think it’s quite apparent he’s being overtly metalphorical: And if you’re wanting to drink The Tinbasher milkshake, Stewie, just give me a bell.

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Well the last time I remember some fancy dan golf day sponsored by Butler Sheetmetal – well, it wasn’t really a golf day so much as John and Matt dragging me off up our local municipal course, Marsden Park, to hank, shank and slice with gay abandon. Ten quid for the round and a jumbo […]

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Possibly the only reason to visit the Reebok until Bolton finally get relegated to the Championship or Burnley promoted to the Premiership. You can decide which is the most likely. European Trade & Exhibition Services’ unique programme of regional industrial events moves to Bolton for the forthcoming North West Manufacturing & Electronics show at the […]

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