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Ornaments          
 

We make all kinds of ornaments out of 1/8" thick mild steel. Many are seasonal  for Christmas but can be used as other things besides tree ornaments.

Others are animals, western symbols, holiday and seasonal symbols. Although they can be painted, we sell them tumbled and polished to a very shiny finish.  When hanging from a yarn or string, they will reflect the sunlight and look very nice as sun catchers or when used in wind chimes or mobiles. We can provide a stand as well.  Don't confuse these quality items with the thin stamped-out sheet metal imported ornaments. Each ornament is cut from 1/8" thick steel with a computer controlled 60,000 degree plasma cutter system (see pictures here). We tumble our ornaments in 3 or 4 stages lasting almost a week to get them to shine the way they do.

 
Key Chains         

We make custom key chains in a variety of shapes. We have several sizes of Texas shaped key chains. We also make North Carolina shaped key chains  and are adding new states and shapes all the time. All are cut from heavy 1/8" (11 gauge) mild steel. Each ornament is cut from 1/8" thick steel with a computer controlled 60,000 degree plasma cutter system (see pictures here). We tumble our ornaments in 4 stages lasting almost a week to get them to shine the way they do. We can custom make a shape using your logo in most cases. 

 
Desk Signs         

Our desk signs are made from 3/16" mild steel. They are welded to a heavy 3/16" base.

 
Custom Signs     

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