Steel Folding Tables : Antique Farmhouse Tables.
Steel Folding Tables
- A trestle table is an item of furniture comprising two or three trestle supports linked by a longitudinal cross-member over which a board or tabletop is placed.
- cover, plate, or edge with steel
- Mentally prepare (oneself) to do or face something difficult
- an alloy of iron with small amounts of carbon; widely used in construction; mechanical properties can be varied over a wide range
- get ready for something difficult or unpleasant
steel folding tables - Endurance® Stainless
Endurance® Stainless Steel Compact Folding Dish Rack
Allow your clean damp dishes to dry more easily with a Stainless Steel Folding Dish Rack. This sturdy and stylish kitchen sink dish rack includes a removable flatware basket and collapses to fold flat for simple storage under the sink when not in use. Folding Stainless Steel Dish Rack Features Constructed with durable stainless steel tubular wire. Non-slip rubber feet protect countertop surfaces and keeps dish rack in place. Includes a removable three-section cutlery basket to hold drying flatware and utensils. Kitchen dish rack folds flat for simple space-saving storage in a cabinet or under the sink. Tight wire dish rack can accommodate plates and dinnerware of various size. Lower tier holds cups mugs and larger kitchen utensils. A great kitchen accessory for drying dishes in apartments dorm rooms and kitchens with limited countertop space.
9/5/11 Fold Formed Basic T-Fold with Steel Nut Inserts TADA365 No:237
After rolling the first T-fold 'experiment' flat through the rolling mill so that I could use the copper again. I made another loose-ish loop and fastened what would become the 'legs' of the 'table' in a vise. I hammered it gently with a raw-hide mallet to make room for me to put in the nuts. I inserted them into the 'table' and then hammered it gently with the mallet just to get the form stable. Then I got a piece of ply-wood, placed it over the copper and hammered it fairly hard to get the shape of the nuts showing through strongly through the copper as you can see in the photograph. I also used a chasing hammer to get in close to the nuts and to get a clearer outline of them. I then annealed the piece of copper with the nuts inside. Actually, I really like the way it looks like this :-)
Stainless Steel Pig Roaster Grill
This pig roaster has an all 4130 frame coated with heavy duty truck spray-on bedliner, with an all stainless body. It was designed with a main body for roasting pigs, with a BBQ grill, storage containers, warming boxes, a full water chamber inside the smoker, complete with 4" stacks. The BBQ grill has a cooking surface fabricated from 1/4" stainless bar and the smoker has a cooking surface fabricated from 1/2" stainless bar. It features beefy handles for easy opening with gloves, and a fold down table for sauces while cooking. The grill was designed to draw heat from the fire box, under the water chamber, and out the stacks to keep heat and moisture in the cooking chamber.