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post #1 of 10 Old 11-12-2013, 08:00 AM Thread Starter
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JcrOffroad's new Facility! *Pics*

Thank you to everyone that made it out for our open house last Saturday! It was a great turnout and a lot of fun! A special thanks to Two Trackers, GLFWDA, Sundowners, 4Given4x4 and Michiana Jeep Clubs for coming out!

For those of you that didn't make it out, here's a quick web tour of our new shop!

Front Sign:


Showroom:




Machining Department:








Welding/Assembly:






Shipping/Receiving Department:


All the pics here:
Jcr New Shop


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post #2 of 10 Old 11-12-2013, 08:37 AM
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wow nice setup!

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looks awesome!

what is the material used for the welding bay partitions?

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looks awesome!

what is the material used for the welding bay partitions?
It is to prevent weld flash. Sorry if that's not the right term but if you stare at someone welding for too long, it can cause permanent damage.

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Yah, they are welding screens.


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Very clean and organized....just how a fab shop should be.

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looks awesome!

what is the material used for the welding bay partitions?
Yeah there to block the welding glare. I dont know the actual material but i think its like a thick flexible plastic sheet. Im assuming you could find it online somewhere. I dont think welding supplies sell it but i never looked for it either
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Welding Screens - http://www.pvcstrip.com/


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yeah i understand their purpose just wanted to know what they were made of, thanks!

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