CNC Plasma Cut Christmas Trees

the-mad-welder

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Location
Suffolk
CNC plasma cut Christmas trees from 3mm mild steel.
Left as bare metal for you to paint or leave to go rusty. I also have two galvanised ones left.
Approx 700mm tall to the top of the star.
Removable star and dismantles for easy storage.

£45 each, collected from Walsham le Willows, IP31 3BE.

Up to 1.8m also available.

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whatnow

Member
Location
Wiltshire
CNC plasma cut Christmas trees from 3mm mild steel.
Left as bare metal for you to paint or leave to go rusty. I also have two galvanised ones left.
Approx 700mm tall to the top of the star.
Removable star and dismantles for easy storage.

£45 each, collected from Walsham le Willows, IP31 3BE.

Up to 1.8m also available.

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Looks great. How much are the taller ones please?
 

the-mad-welder

Member
Location
Suffolk
If anyone wants one of the small ones delivering, it works out at £15 to most UK postcodes. Some outlying areas may be more.

As there has been a bit of interest in the tall ones-the tree is cut from 3mm plate and is approx 1.8m to the top of the star and approx 1.3m at its widest point at the base.
Bolted bracket to hold it together at the bottom and the tacked together star holds the top.

They work out at £150 each, collection only on these. Some pictures below.

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Drillman

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Mixed Farmer
I'll have to do the pick up route based on who's catered for me this year.
ive had biscuits from @Nearly
Said biscuits scoffed by @Drillman
Too many treats to mention from @Warp Land Farmer
Even had some ale from @YorkshireAndrew
Late entries/bribes welcomed
Ah well as a new customer it wasn’t made clear that not only did I have to pay for the machine I also had to supply biscuits as well??

I assumed that as a customer that biscuits were classed as a sort of “luck” payment??
 

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