Fastening sheets: as steel prices soar, appliance assemblers look …
In mid-2003, the price per ton of hot-rolled sheet steel was less than $300. … said most often shops see sheet metal about 1/4-inch thick. …
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Something deep in my soul is telling me that there is an opportunity in creating quality exercise equipment on the cheap when you can get a ton of steel for 300 dollars.
Can the engineers out there that are bored anyway go ahead and get me some plans to build some exercise equipment so at least one of us can make money. he he he
But yea also school yard type equipment is in short supply here.
I would also like to commission some of that as well.
I always thought it was rather funny how much value was added to something by just welding some pieces together and then painting it with some plastic type long lasting paint.
So yea need dimensions on the pieces and a diagram to put it together so I can start mass producing gyms at 300 per ton with quarter inch steel sheets.
Give me plans and I can go ahead and hand it to another guy to make.
If your an engineer figure out something simple you can re-engineer that you can make cheaper than anyone else. Then just sell that shit in an infomercial.
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I mean come on the above can’t be made cheaper and have the same quality?
I think everyone deserves their very own professional home gym for a set package price. How could it be automated so that one man putting in effort could do it himself.
Or put it this way if your engineering degree was worth the paper it was printed on you should be able to provide a pretty good case of why a company needs you or be able to make shit and not need a company to hire you for anything.
You should have a serious amount of rational self confidense pick up your nuts and barge into places like you have steel balls.
So someone said good luck finding plans and just measure up current equipment.
Looks like I will go buy autocad anyone played with it?