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Originally uploaded by GroggyFroggy.
This is what Tim made. It's a part for a boat that is no longer available. Once he got rid of all the extra metal and cleaned it up, it looked just like the original part.
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11 comments:

Hulda said...

He is really a clever man! Handyman. :0)

Mrs Blythe said...

Well now what a clever husband! Can he melt you some gold and rustle up a crown? You may just have to rob Fort Knox first though, lol.

Mrs.B. said...

Amazing!

Did you tell your husband that he's been dubbed 'The extreme crafter'? LOL

Lisa said...

He's pretty cool, huh?

Yes, he likes the extreme crafter thing. lol

Anna said...

Yeah, really cool! Gotta love crafty men!

Tracy Baby said...

I was delighted to see your husbands castings ,my husband and I own a foundry in New Zealand (not green sand though, which I guess is the method your husband is using? ),we are die and centrifugel casters it is a fasinating process to watch ,actually alot like making chocolates in moulds !

Lisa said...

Anna, For sure...and welcome. I visit your blog often!


Tracy baby, It's really awesome that you own a foundry. We don't know of many people around here who are casting. Thanks for commenting!

Cindi said...

Boy is he handy!

Lisa said...

Cindi. :) He really is. I think I'll keep him. hehe

Shereen said...

When I read this post I called my beloved over to come see what your beloved made. He said wow, she get turned on when she sees him do that. I whipped my head around and said, HUH? lol And he said no, I mean she must get turned on, like wow, look what my husband can make. He meant it in a completely innocent way, it just sounded wierd. He said, "like I love when I see you sewing or quilting" etc. It just made me laugh. I was really impressed, I must say. That is so cool.

Lisa said...

lol! It is pretty neat to see him do things like that. It's also great because that is the very happiest he can possibly be...melting metal and making things. :)