My Touch or Project Signature

I use Celtic lettering to sign my projects. I spell out D A V then use Roman numerals for the year. It makes it very easy to use a chisel to carve out the material. I wanted to place it above my shop. So with the recent purchase of a small stick welder, I chopped up some rebar and started the small project.

Here is a little video on the process.

I got to use my new table as well.

Thanks for stopping by.

Please be careful. Some of the things I do are dangerous. It is not my fault if you get hurt. Use your brain, be safe.

14 Responses to My Touch or Project Signature

  1. DocSavage45 says:

    Your thinking is outside the box!

  2. Stumpy Nubs says:

    I-X-F-upsidedown V… for “Dave”… Man, the Celts couldn’t spell!

  3. great video Dave. I wonder if anybody ever made a list of the uses of rebar?

  4. davidbardin says:

    Thanks Roger. Its simple and easy to apply. And its Celtic, I like old things and those letter have been around a while.

  5. roger says:

    Kool way to put yer mark on yer projects super…

  6. eddieantley says:

    Branded used to be a show long ago ,great looking site Dave , about those horse shoes

  7. JL7 says:

    Hey Dave – that is pretty amazing…”the little welder that could”….your signature is unique….i like it. I like the sign on the barn/shed/shop/cave……makes it all yours. I picked up the flux wire rig for $100….my brother coming to town soon so he’ll give me some pointers on using it…

    Carry on!

  8. davidbardin says:

    Randy I needed to put that statement in just so no one would say its my fault. We all have the ability to make our own decisions. So that makes you responsible for yourself.
    Glad to have you stop by.

  9. DIYaholic says:

    If I only had a brain…..
    Then I too could do dangerous stuff, like my hero SuperDAV.
    Since I’m brailess & don’t know whether something is dangerous or not, I get to do anything I want to. I just never like to do anything.

Forge a whitty reply.

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