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Help please on framing Dolphin wall art

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Help please on framing Dolphin wall art

Post by kgc1031 » Sun Jun 10, 2018 1:42 pm

Any ideas is appreciated on framing this 36”x96”piece of wall art. This piece will be at the entrance on the wall as you walk into the building. I will be clear coating and maybe attaching a piece of plexi glass (not unless you have a better idea) on the front side. The wall will be painted blue. Thanks to the person who shared this Dxf file. As you can see I am putting it to use.

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Re: Help please on framing Dolphin wall art

Post by otisa2007 » Sun Jun 10, 2018 2:16 pm

generally my go to for framing is 1 1/2" tubing with tabs on the back so you can screw the plexiglass and artwork to it not have to mess up that nice finish welding on it

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