I put this in off-topic because it is random fab work and not directly related to Tacoma's.
Just thought I would start a thread showing some of our(my brothers and me) welding/fab work.
It is basically three of us,
Chris (Mechanical Engineer, Welding/Fabbing for the past 9 years)
Scott (welding/fabbing for the past 10 years)
Ryan (me) (welding/fabbing for the past 9 years).
I worked at Norwood Performance for right around 4 years, when I started I was mainly doing service type work and engine work. I started fabbing here and there and after 2 years I was lead fabricator. Most of the work was fabbing twin turbo systems for Testarossa's and 308's with some random exhaust, intake and roll bar work tossed in. I can MIG and TIG but I prefer TIG.
Scott has mainly been on the 4x4 and slammed truck side of things doing 4-link setups, airbags, bumpers, sliders and things like that. Scott is the main MIG welder and his welds speak for themselves.
Chris spent most his time going through SMU to get his ME while working at Norwood Performance as well. He also fabricated but his main job was installing/wiring custom MoTec setups. He has plenty of real world experience which puts him way ahead of most engineers out there. He does most the design work in SolidWorks for anything we need.
Kinda been working on a logo for us lately, let me know what you think. I wanted it to look like the nameplate is welded to a brushed plate.
I will post a different project in each post so it is not one really really long post.
The first set of pictures below are custom motor mounts that I made for the 2004-2007 Cadillac Cts-V's.