The Top Metal Project Selected from 740+ Submissions
Online PR News – 08-February-2019 – Metal Supermarkets, the worlds largest supplier of small quantity metals, has announced the grand prize winner of the recent Metal My Way contest. The online contest showcases creative and innovative metal projects from across the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom.
The grand prize winner was Clayton Collins for his 9 Cylinder Radial Engine. Claytons project impressed the contest judges with its high level of complexity, intricacy, and craftsmanship. As the grand prize winner, Clayton will receive a Pit Boss 700FB Wood Pellet Grill.
Clayton created the 9 Cylinder Radial Engine using processes such as milling, machining, welding, honing, heat treatments and more. He used various grades of Aluminum, Steel, Brass and more to help him achieve the final result. Clayton dedicated more than 4.5 years to complete the engine, utilizing only manual equipment. "I know there were a lot of great metal projects submitted," said Clayton. "The fact that my Radial Engine was chosen as the Metal My Way winner means a lot. I couldn't have even started my project without the great team at the Metal Supermarkets Fort Worth."
In this most recent iteration, the Metal My Way contest received over 740 submissions in just under 3 weeks!
"We are impressed by the creativity and skill of everyone that takes part in Metal My Way," said Stephen Schober, President and CEO of Metal Supermarkets, the title sponsor of Metal My Way. "The response, with over 700 entrants is overwhelming, and we love to be able to showcase these incredible metal related projects."
Now in its 5th year, the Winter Metal My Way accepted submissions from January 14 through January 31. Entrants were encouraged to submit photos or videos of their metal projects on metalmyway.com, where Claytons winning project as well as the hundreds of other submissions can be seen.
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“I couldn't have even started my project without the great team at the Metal Supermarkets Fort Worth.”