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Cindy Wynn

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Cindy Wynn began making furniture from scrap metal in 1988 while at the University of North Carolina at Asheville, fabricating her first metal chair while taking a welding class. Today, she uses a stick welder, oxy/propane torch and angle grinders to create pieces from scrap metal parts. The average time to fabricate a large chair is roughly 50 hours. Pontiac required roughly 40 hours. The chair's shape, proper angles and leaf spring action make it comfortable to sit in, says Wynn.

 

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