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CASWELD Our new 'Welding' rods

Introducing our latest range of Welding and brazing rods, for the repair of Pot Metal, Aluminum, Stainless and much more.

Please see our web page for details.

http://www.caswellplating.com/restor...ding-rods.html

These products replace the range of Muggyweld and Technoweld products we used to sell.
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  • Taking Photos For The Gallery

    When submitting photos, here are some tips:

    If possible, place the item on, or in front of, a PLAIN background. A simple white sheet will do, or A BLANK painted wall.
    Try to use a background of a completely different color. If your subject is dark, choose a light background and visa versa.

    Try not to get all the clutter in your workshop involved. It detracts from the photo's subject.

    Try to take the picture outside, it reduces shadow from a flash.

    Often, small parts can be hung on a wire, or fishing line, these can easily be edited out of a photo if required.

    More wire (coathanger stuff) can be used behind an object to keep it upright.

    These simple precautions can make a huge difference in your photos, and give a tremendous amount of pizzazz to your work.
    Last edited by mcaswell; 03-29-2006, 07:06 AM.
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    Mike Caswell
    Caswell Inc
    http://www.caswellplating.com
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