Well, some of
how it’s done.
Shown Right, Gail cuts a few crabs with an acetylene torch at the Herb and Garden Festival in Ocean Springs, Mississippi.
The design begins as an idea. A pattern is created from sketches using several computer programs. These programs make it possible to create almost any size of a particular design. The pattern is transferred to the steel sheet as a “suggestion” of where the cuts will be.
The torch is lit and the magic happens!
How it's done...
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