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Old 08-28-2004, 06:41 PM
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Interesting on line metal fabrication instructions

I was at the Goodguys show in Pleasanton Ca today and ran across this guy, Lazze Jansson. He had all his tools there along with a number of things he has made and was doing demos. Very interesting stuff! The really cool part is he has an on line instruction with videos as well as hands on classes. It may be something for you guys who can't make it out to some hands on classes or Metal meet or something like that.
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What part of the fairgrounds was he at? I'm headin' out there tomorrow.
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He was in one of the big commercial buildings, the one in the center.

If you are going out there, don't miss the little building with the Cushman scooters in it. The minature engine guys are in there as well. If you havn't heard an eight incn long 5 cid or so flat head or small block Chevy run, you are really missing something. They are a blast.

Ken from Sunchaser tools will also be there with his "friction system" right at the rear of the same building at the swap meet end.
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Thanks for the info-
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In the event that you are going out there, don't miss the bit of the building with the Cushman bikes in it. The miniature motor gentlemen are in there simultaneously.....
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Lazze Metal Fab

Just in case you didn't know, Lazze has a bunch of stuff on Youtube. Just go to youtube, and in the search box type " Lazze ". He has several videos that are short @ 4-10 min. and several a little longer @ 15+ min. I've been watching them for a couple of years. Hope That Helps, Rick
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WOW, Just realized this post is almost 10 years old!!! But Lazze's videos are still a must watch! Rick
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never an old topic, Lazze is an amazing metal artist. He has lots of videos on you tube. Slow day at work and so I left early and went to home depot to get some supplies to fix the screen windows/doors today and I was checking out a little adjustable square. I mention this because it's a schooling just learning the tools and how to use them. I saw a video yesterday, after my 49ers kicked that butt, and this guy was marking out a sign to bead roll and using the adjustable square so quickly to get his lines straight and I thought that was fascinating. a True indicator that it's a whole different ballgame in terms of the tools you need vs standard auto body. I like that about it. Lazze is a metal god.
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only $1500 for a 3 day class? Man, I was willing to pay $10k.
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