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Spent all day welding up my frame. When it is done I will post some pics.

Gotta love the smell of galv fumes in the morning or was that napalm?

After 2 or 3 years of borrowing equipment then getting my own and setting up everytime I wanted to brew. I decided to bite the bullet and build what I have always wanted.

So first step I went and learnt how to MIG weld. Staying within my new skill set I got the nipples welded on to the vessel by a professional, makes my effort look very shabby.

I ordered a few things from B3 and a crankandstein 3 roller mill.

I downloaded the B3-1550 picture enlarged it then used that and the measurements of my vessels to make a start.

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AndrewQLD

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Good on you Kirem, the long road to brewery perfection is ahead of you, but it is always interesting and exciting. hurry up with the photos.
I imagine ( having no building skill at all myself) that learning how to mig weld will be a real feather in your cap.

Well done
Cheers
Andrew
 

Darren

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Post away Kirem,
Always good to see other peoples systems.
Welcome to the "addiction".
cheers
Darren
 

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