Metal nightstand – Table working metal provides a strong and durable surface for many jobs, hobbies and crafts. Work tables are commonly used metal for welding, grinding and cutting. These tables are resistant to most stains are easily cleaned and not buckle under heavy loads. This metal table is two feet wide and three feet long; however, the dimensions of supplies can be adjusted to the work table of any size. Equipment and welding skills are required to produce this metal desk.
Metal nightstand, miter cut ends of two bars 36 inches (91.44 cm) bars and 24 inches (60.96 cm). Square used to measure an angle of 45 degrees at the ends of the bars and with a grease pencil mark. Put on gloves and mask before cutting. Cut the bar on the corner with the jigsaw and metal cutting blade so that the bars can be placed together to form a rectangle.
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Metal nightstand, bars fixed together in a rectangular shape with the two bars 36 inches (91.44 cm) and side bars 24 inches (60.96 cm) and ends. Rods welded together to create the top of the table frame. Let cool the weld and test the quality of welded joints before moving forward.