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STEELFAB adds biggest burning table in Alaska
Anchorage-based STEELFAB has replaced its 45-foot long table with a 55-long, 10-foot-wide table that steals from its predecessor the distinction of being the largest capacity burning table in Alaska. (In the adjacent photo, the plasma fuel is ignited and steel is burned.) The table burns steel, stai....
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