Heavy Metal

The containers arrived! Unfortunately our jet-setting mad scientist was off to India to speak about automated gardening at INK.. I, feeling a bit overwhelmed by the magnitude of metal work which lay before me, progressed slowly to say the least.Agle Iron Window Frame We had given ourselves two weeks to do all the major welding and metal projects for both containers. There was a dash at the end but with window frames in and studs welded up for the most part, the containers were ready for life on the land. [caption id="attachment_78" align="alignleft" width="200"]Mig welding the final frame. Mig welding the final frame.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_79" align="alignright" width="300"]Studs and frames ready to go. Studs and frames ready to go.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_81" align="alignright" width="200"]My container lagged behind, there was a big push to get it out the door in time, welds still smoldering. My container lagged behind, there was a big push to get it out the door in time, welds still smoldering.[/caption] Container We saved all the cutouts from the windows to later turn into hinged shutters, allowing us to completely reseal the houses at a moments notice.Future Container Shutter Now we wait for the giant forklift to arrive and take our containers to the land.

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