a record of the life and times here at the phillips pottery in abilene, texas.
It's not so funny... but I'm still kind of chuckling... sorry, I don't have any thoughts.
Hmmmm...... didn't you offer to come build me a kiln :)Looks like something I would do!
hehehee it's going to have to be the saw...that or the pole goes!
Take the pole out and weld it back in after????
My husband once built a dining table in his basement workshop. Very nice table, but it didn't fit up with stairs.
Looks like I need to fly down there with my plasma cutter and welder... :o)
I feel your pain man. Done stuff like that myself before also. Guess you will have to tear apart the form. I once put a rebuilt transmission back into a car only to look over and see the crankshaft flywheel still setting on the workbench. So I had to tear it all back out again. lol uhggg.
I don't know but I sure hope I see it on http://thereifixedit.com
Circular saw as close to the brick work as you can. Slide some more of the form out and cut again. Use some masonite or flexible plywood screws and liquid nails to reassemble your form from the inside.
Oh it forgot to add.Doh!
oh man. That totally sucks. I would take ou the post, and weld it back in place later.
you could burn the form to get it out.
we're not laughing at you..... but with you!Does the pole have a purpose?If not.......
CWG it looks like it's holding up the roof.You could also use a couple 2x4s to brace the roof and unbolt the pole if you were lucky enough for it to be bolted down. Otherwise sawzall and weld.
anyone who can build a treadle wheel can figure that out
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