I love customizing these radio flyer wagons. They’re small, sell for cheap on ebay, and turn out great for little ones when they start to walk. This is number 7? I think I’ve done of this size.
No, the Texas summer breeze is not a drink–not that I know of anyway. I like sitting outside and soaking up even a little bit of breeze, but in the shade. This latest project took about a month of here and there work.
It is super strong and all of the metal parts are powder coat painted.
I bought a used horizontal/vertical band saw. These are the same units sold under many other brand names such as JET and Northern. It cuts decent, but the stand that comes with it is a joke. It’s flimsy sheet metal I can repurpose.
I welded some box steel and used the wheels, rubber stoppers, and shelf pan that came with the unit. I made the height the same as my table saw for when I have long pieces that need to be cut and supported I use the table saw as a support.
Most coffee mugs with a broken handle wind up in the trash or as pencil holders. Glue was suggested to me to fix this mug. Uh no. Not gonna depend upon a fix like that, that carries hot coffee or tea.