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Old 01-01-2012, 02:59 PM
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Thank you very much for the A-Z copper rose making information.
I can only agree 'plus 1' with what Pat said.

Very nice work.
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Sure am glad I asked for the in-process pics. Great descriptions. I think I can now make some of my own. Thanks for your time to do this.
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Good job on the rose and the how to! I've lost count a long time ago of how many steel roses I've made but I've never made a copper rose. your how to makes me want to give it a go.

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Those are great. I guess I'll be getting into that as a next project. Trying to build up my skills and those are inspirational.
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I have to agree with everyone that those are truly a work of art. And like all the rest, I will have to give it a try myself. Great pics and descriptions. Thanks
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Moose, Excellent job. gives me more ideas from here!! I can but hope I could do yours justice in making one. Thanks.
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Very beautiful work, moose! Looks like you've got a great helper there too! Great to see.
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Old 01-01-2012, 09:16 PM
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I made some for my wife a couple of years ago. Instead of soldering I tig welded every thing. Copper is a diffrent animal than steel, takes alot of amps to do the job. Nice looking work.
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Wow! Great looking work. Thanks for taking the time to document the steps and post all the pics. I really enjoyed the read!
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Very Nice! Great pic. how to show. Thanks. It's beautiful.
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