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Share/Bookmark Not the most progressive way to clean the back of your bin truck. There’s one main difference between American and English weddings: At English weddings everybody on the dance floor is thoroughly banjo’d and needs to be to get up there in the first place; it’s only the sober, infirm or the dead that […]

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Share/BookmarkHere’s an exhibition stand we recently fabricated components of for Axess 2, who specialise in platform lifts for most purposes you can think of. The following pictures (which I think Axess took) show their entire stand from various angles while they where down at the NEC in Birmingham. I’ve been told the Butler Sheetmetal guys […]

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Share/BookmarkThe closest we ever get to the fabrication and design of buses is beating the living panels out of the local Tyrer fleet after they’ve pranged a bus shelter. Although we (and by we I mean Matt) did happen to design a fuel arm loading bracket to prevent the overspill of diesel while fueling locomotives […]

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Share/BookmarkI 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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Wycoller Panopticon Repaired

Posted on 30, May

Share/Bookmark Wycoller Panopticon Here’s a lovely picture of the Wycoller Panopticon that the boys back at Butler Sheetmetal have just titivated. Wycoller (if I remember rightly) is on the back road to Skipton if you go over the tops from Colne. So it’s the scenic route to Yorkshire, and a rambling point – that is, […]

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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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Pair of Humdinging Globes

Posted on 26, Oct

Share/BookmarkWe always value feedback, especially when it stops us from confusing ourselves. I’ve personally no idea who the buggery Gouchy is, but I presume he knows John and Matt from a while ago from a former sheet metal life. He was awfully decent to point out that one of the first jobs they did – […]

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