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Hello fellow metal lovers. It's a special honor this month to be featured on the cover of the Construction News Publication. It feels like a lifetime achievemant award of sorts to be recoginized for being a special part of a community of hard working artists, builders and craftsman. This work for El Arroyo pictured below, was cut by hand and featured in the article. It's a true staple of Austin culture and the only sign I know of with it's own book and twitter account! It used to be just the name on top, but once the sign became famous the owners wanted to represent ATX for all the world to see.

Mixer Coffee Table

Thanks for coming to Slight of Hand Metalworks.com, where the metal magic happens! For me, every project feels like a magic trick, by turning raw metal and design into unique, one-of-a-kind creations as seen below in this video by UPG titled " The Handcrafters".

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thank you for stopping by the finest source in Austin for all your custom welding needs. From railings to chandeliers, signage to benches, furniture to I-Beams, Slight of Hand Metalworks has what it takes to make your ideas happen.

Over 18 years of welding, blacksmithing, fabricating, and autoCAD experience make me the knowledgeable choice for executing your intricate designs or modifications whether commercial or residential.

If you have a project you would like me to price, just send me an email with your ideas and deadlines. I look forward to discussing your project soon. Bear with me on time please, as it is hard to keep up with demand in such a fast growing city right now while keeping my quality standards top notch.

Sincerely,

Matthew Szynal, Artist/Owner ( Photo of my Grandpa below, Pipefitters Local #777)

Best Welder Ever!

My Gramps, representin'! He has been welding and steamfitting since welding began and I am proud to follow in his footsteps. Metal work must be in our blood!

Austin welding Toilet Paper Holder

This is a toilet paper holder I designed after the wooden version I made for my mother several Christmas' ago. I recreated it using 130 year old twisted Driskill steel that formed the vault rebar of the famed Austin Hotel. Special thanks to: Ron and Linda McDaniels

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Here is an example of some recent signage powdercoated flat black.

 

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Recent Projects include:

Custom Light Stands for Groove Labs

Elevator Floor Plate for Omni Hotels

Parking Garage Bar Grating for Spring Condimiums

Structural Pavillion Framework for Blue Sky Design-Build

Handrailings for Miller Uniforms

Railings, Structural Posts and Driveway Gate for MODTEKTON

Outdoor Countertops, Table Frames, Decorative I-Beams for Fat Sal's

Gate Modifications for Terrain Apartments

Custom Shelving for KaRu Salon

Custom Railings for Burnish and Plumb

Railings at Zach Scott Topfer Theatre

Gate for Sally and Mack Brown

Gates, Railings, Kitchen Doors,and Benches for Qui Restaurant

Texas Floor Panel for Dave and Busters Arboretum

Gate Repairs for Roaring Fork, Cheddars

Elevated Walkway and Railing for Baxter Residence

Kitchen Repairs for Juan in a Million

Repairs and Modifications for Crossfit Central

Interior Railings for Clayton Residence

Exterior Railing Featured on 2012 AIA Homes Tour

 

   

 
   

 

     

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