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Calling all DIYers and builders, designers and creators… we want to hear how you’ve used Edcon Steel products for our first-ever Christmas project competition!
We love hearing about the amazing ways our customers use our steel and metal products. From bespoke engines to satellites, acrobatic stages to bathroom sinks, we’ve been amazed at the entries we’ve received for our previous competitions.
So we’re bringing the Christmas cheer to Edcon Steel by giving away thousands of dollars in prizes, with the first-prize winner of our Christmas competition set to win $1000 Edcon Steel credit!
Other prize packs are from industry leading suppliers, including: Bossweld, Bordo, Kincrome & Precision Specialty Tooling.
As Australia’s most comprehensive online steel and metal superstore, with thousands of products on offer, the ways our products can be used are virtually endless. It doesn’t matter whether you use stainless steel or copper, mild steel or fencing… we want to hear about it!
To enter, simply answer the questions below, include three photos from your project, and submit by email to promo@EdconSteel.com.au by 9.00pm Wednesday 15 December, 2021.
By submitting your entry and emailing your details you agree to the terms and conditions.
If you’re looking for inspiration for your next project, have a read of some of our previous competition entries. We’re sure you’ll be impressed with their ingenuity and creativity.
Andrew Carstens, our inaugural competition winner, used Edcon Steel’s aluminium products to build a beautiful twin-cylinder engine. With no plans or models to work from, Andrew built the engine completely from memory… and the results are incredible.
Then there’s our youngest competition entrant, 13-year-old Finn, who built an antenna rotator for his satellite ground station using aluminium round tube. Read more about his exciting project.
Or, if you’re feeling more adventurous, you can read about aerial acrobat Emily, who built a mobile acrobatic stage backdrop using aluminium square box (SHS). The first-time Edcon Steel customer, and first-time welder, spoke to us about her impressive project.
And finally, our most recent winner, Philip Sticklen, fabricated solid brass wash sinks for the new Phoenix Gallery in Chippendale, NSW. The Sydney-based designer and maker has been producing specialty pieces from his own atelier-style practice, Bespoke House, for more than 35 years. Self-trained, Philip creates bespoke furniture and architectural fittings, and now specialises in fabrication of brass products.
If you’re taking on a new project and looking for products, we can help. We cut and supply steel and metal – in a wide range of shapes, sizes and grades – for all your project needs.
We know our customers appreciate our service and stockholding, so feel free to contact us for your steel or metal solution today.