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SHEET METAL WORKER
TOOLS OF THE TRADE,  SHEET METAL MACHINES, JOB SITE PICTURES, ETC.
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FRILLY PINK DRESS

PRETTY LITTLE CURLS

GAVE ALL THAT UP

TO BECOME A TINNER GIRL

HEH, HEH!
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CAPITOL BUILDING - 1982
Henson Robinson is also in the picture. Photo courtesy Barry Locher, Illinois State Journal Register.
Sheet metal work is a very broad term, encompassing anything from the smallest exhaust fan up through and past ductwork you can drive your car through, up to nuclear power plants. I've made small tool trays and fittings that are so big they have to be made and transported to jobs in several pieces.  Sheet metal work also includes architectural aspects like most of the above pictures indicate, anywhere there is a building in need of a metal roof, gutter, downspouts or a decorative covering of any part of that building.  Architectural sheet metal has always been one of my favorites (when the weather is nice in particular - it can be nasty work in the cold of winter or heat of summer) - because you frequently have a brake on the job and make pieces as you go. Sheet metal work also includes the installation of equipment, cutting holes in roofs for ductwork to go through, hanging ductwork in the bulding, and installing registers and grilles at the end of the job.  The pictures on this web page only go into a very few aspects of the job as a whole.
Thanks for stopping by.  As always, you are always welcome back, as I make changes from time to time here.

Have a great day!
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NOTE: Please have patience with the photo album below, as it takes a few seconds to change pictures. There are ten here, ending with some tools of the trade.  Thanks!
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