Tree Coat Rack
by Bryce Masuk of Langley, BC, Canada
This metal tree is actually a coat rack. It stands 6 ft. 4 in. tall and is made of mild steel materials.
Bryce used a Lincoln Electric POWER MIG® 255C (current model is POWER MIG® 255XT) to weld the coat rack and air-powered tools to polish it. Parts of the tree were forged on a Anyang power hammer. The bottom of the tree is made from 4 inch square tubing crushed to look like bark.
Bryce is a metalworker by trade and is currently working in a high-end stainless shop in Toronto.
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