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Industrial chain lamp from start to finish

I had a lot of fun with this one, back when I was living in Portland, Oregon, I sold quite a few of these. In this video I'll take you through the whole process of how I build chain lamps.


I'd love to hear your ideas, input, suggestions, and/or questions.  I'm considering a bi-weekly video update on new acquisitions, and a (non-sponsored) featured tool of the week.

Tools & Products used:
Lincoln Electric 140C Mig Welder    http://amzn.to/2o4Z9RW
18 gauge sheet metal
DEWALT DW872 Cold Saw    http://amzn.to/2nH4KdP
Dewalt DWE4011 Angle Grinder    http://amzn.to/2oDDrGc
Patina - Hydrogen peroxide, vinegar & salt
DEWALT DWE6000 Trim router    http://amzn.to/2o62P5M
Dewalt 20V XR Brushless Drill    http://amzn.to/2ncJIZe
Rubber grommets - big box store
Copper wire
Hanging porcelain fixture socket    http://amzn.to/2ochKM2
Electrical components - Big box store 

 

Anachronistic light bulb oil lamp

I saw these little light bulb containers at the local hobby shop and thought about how it would be interesting and unconventional it might be  to use them as an oil lamp..

All in all this was a very simple project, other than drilling through the porcelain for the wick.
Thanks for watching!

Tools & Products used:

18 Gauge sheet metal
Empire Drywall square
Throatless Shear
1x1x1/8" angle iron
DEWALT DW872 Cold Saw
Dewalt DWE4011 Angle Grinder
Lincoln Electric 140C Mig Welder
Hydrogen peroxide, Vinegar & salt(for patina)
Dremel 4000
Glass light bulb jar
Loctite Heavy Duty Epoxy
Boiled Linseed Oil