Here’s a shot of a track burner being used. This is (usually) a oxy acetylene torch controlled to go forward of backward at a specified speed. This allows for very clean cuts over long pieces of metal.
This is the first tool I learned at school. Before I even learned to weld.
This entry was posted on September 30, 2013 by DuckRoll Designs. It was filed under portfolio and was tagged with art, fabrication, fabricator, machining, metal, metal art, metal sculpture, metal work, oxy acetylene torch, portland, steel plate, track burner, welding.