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What thickness metal was this designed for? 16ga? 14ga? 10ga? Thanks in advance
Hello Adam, one of my expert customers answered me this question, if you will use the fire pit more then you need to use thick metal about 1/4 or 3/16 to stay long life with you, and if you need to bend it easily the thickness should be 1/8
Will the file look just like the pics above? A black solid and not a dxf point and line file....
Hello, our files are dxf files cut ready for CNC, and you have to cut the files and assemble the fire pit and you have to have the tools needed like Welding machines and bender,
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does this come on flash drive in G code?
Hello Ricky, we send only dxf files cut ready for CNC, also svg format. We don't send USB drive as it will increase the price. You can check our files using our free designs to check them on your system.
I’m going to cal next week. But now...I’m thinking. My table is 24” X 24”....if I purchase this fire pit, it says “ separated or linked” .....I’m not understanding this. If I order separate, I can cut on my table? If I order it linked, can “I” separate it in 1/2 to still cut on my table?
Hello Calvin, 24" will be very small table and you can use the separated files with the small size fire pit and we will handle it for you to be more than one file, about 4 or 5 files. Tell me if you still need help or you need us to handle the file for you.
What angle should I fit up the pieces when assembling the separated pieces?
Hello, simply you will start by contacting 3 pieces and the angle will be ok, you don't need to know exact value, after contacting the 3 parts all the other parts will be easy to assemble.
what size is the sphere. is it 24 inch circumference. Thanks
Yes, there are 2 sizes, 24 and 36 and it's the circumference of the sphere.