Metal Art Tools and Metal Art Basic Information that is now Released

Hobart, Washington (PressExposure) October 30, 2008 -- Fistfire Metal Art has just released a new section of their website that has all of the basics on Metal Art Tools, Metal Artists, and Metal Art Tools. This is part of a new community website that is all about Metal Art. Members and non-members can visit this Metal Art page on the FistFire website for free at: [].

Here is an excerpt from the new Metal Art Tools information webpage:

“Metal cutting tools: Chop saws are the basic tool. These simple saws are good enough for rough cutting of metal sheets into workable sizes. Band saws provide a more precision cut but since they use cutting fluid to continually remove filings and dust from the cutting area to allow for a cleaner cut, they are more expensive and messy. The artist will need a special work station to prevent the fluid from making a mess all over his studio. And finally there is the plasma cutter which uses pressured superheated gas to cut through metal. Since the flow of gas can be focused down to a very fine point, this allows for extremely precise cuts and is the best for the final cutting of metal. Because of the technology involved, they are very expensive and costs can go as high as $10,000.”

There is plenty of more information on the new general information Metal Art Tools Website that can be found by visiting: []. There is also a special going on now that allow members to gain access to free ebooks and other free materials just for signing up as a member of the welding website for free at: [] Users should check back often to the Welding general page as more information will be added as the website expands and grows.

About FistFire: Fistfire is a Community Metal Art Site that brings users into a deeper relationship with Metal Art and Artists from all over the world, and other Metal Art community members.

About Fist Fire

Ivan Smith, Director of PR
Seattle, Washington

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Press Release Submitted On: October 30, 2008 at 4:36 am
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