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Share/Bookmark It’s obvious that you build yourself a Web presence to improve your business. A lot of people also think it’s obvious to build a presence to drag that business in from a manner of weird and wonderful places. A global or countrywide reach is all fine and dandy doodle, but consolidating an area you […]

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Share/BookmarkAs with many smaller sheet metal companies, there tends to be quite a bit of sub-contracting that goes on. Obviously, the smaller you are the less facilities you have in-house. And the busier you get, the more sub-contracting out you need to do. So, it’s kind of important that you find half decent companies that […]

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Tinpot Alley Version #3,642

Posted on 19, Mar

Share/BookmarkWell we’ve got another version of the Tinpot Alley site which is now on tinpotalley.co.uk as opposed to tinpotalley.com. The one thing to say in my praise is that at least I’ve finished one prior to the planter season kicking off. I normally time a Tinpot Alley release just in time for Bonfire Night or […]

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Share/Bookmark The world can be divided into two types of people – those whose think the above is a Buckminster Fullerene and those who think it’s a football. And those who think it’s just an overpriced planter. Visit our sister site, Tinpot Alley, to view more stainless steel and metal planters. Share/Bookmark

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Share/BookmarkI’m looking for a sheet metal fabrication shop around my new parish of Cleveland for the fabrication of our stainless steel planters, rusted planters and zintec metal planters. (Tinpot Alley) We’re unable to service any American enquiries from over here, so it’d be ideal for me to find a fabricator with the kind of experience […]

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Cheeky Metal Monkeys

Posted on 30, Jun

Share/BookmarkNot a million and one moons ago I went over to Todmorden to take a few pictures of the stainless steel planters we manufactured and installed for the town’s civic planting society (y’know – those groups who put flowers everywhere to make a place look nice), Todmorden in Bloom. We originally did six 1mtr cubed […]

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Industrial Bondage

Posted on 29, Mar

Share/BookmarkIn the none too dim and distant past I worked at John Smiths Industrial Supplies ( now Rothwells). They sold all manner of tubing and piping, flanges, elbows and connectors to your average plumber and industrial boiler maker. There was something particularly old school about the place and its clientele. In fact it could all […]

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