"5th Gear" Table: Found Objects Steampunk Art Furniture by sculptor Bruce Gray fabricated out of Industrial Gears
The "5th Gear Table" (16 1/2" x 48" x 24") is fabricated out of 35 industrial gears in steel, stainless steel and brass by Los Angeles metal sculptor Bruce Gray. This stunning and unique heavy duty table is constructed with hidden welds to make it look like it could almost function in some unexpected way. SOLD! Contact the Bruce to find out about ordering your own steampunk gears table. Price: Approximately $6000 depending on size and complexity. Glass top: 2'x4' and base only is (16x39x20").

The "5th Gear" Table (16 1/2" x 48" x 24") is fabricated out of 35 industrial gears in steel, stainless steel and brass by Los Angeles metal sculptor
Bruce Gray. This stunning and unique heavy duty coffee table is constructed with hidden welds to make it look like it could almost function in some unexpected way. SOLD! Contact the Bruce to find out about ordering your own gears table. Price: Approximately $6000 depending on size and complexity. Glass top: 2'x4' and base only is (16x39x20"). Weight of table base without glass: 145 pounds.

The "Gears Table" (16 1/2" x 48" x 24") view from the top.
The "5th Gear" Table (16 1/2" x 48" x 24") view from the top.
The "Gears Table" (16x39x20") is fabricated out of industrial gears in steel, stainless steel and brass by Los Angeles metal sculptor Bruce Gray. This stunning and unique heavy duty table is constructed with hidden welds to make it look like it could almost function in some unexpected way. SOLD! Contact the Bruce to find out about ordering your own gears table. Price: Approximately $6000 depending on size and complexity. Glass top: 2'x4'.
The "5th Gear" Table is finished and ready for clear coating.
The gears are grinded off with a disk grinder and wire wheel for 6 days in preparation for building the "Gears Table." Now they look all clean and pretty.
The gears are grinded off with a disk grinder and wire wheel for 6 days in preparation for building the "5th Gear" Table."
Now they look all clean and pretty.
This is what many of the old gears looked like before I cleaned them up for this project. I think some of them dated back to the 1950's or earlier.
This is what many of the old gears looked like before I cleaned them up for this project. I think some of them dated back to the 1950's or earlier. My friends all commented that the one on the left looks like some kind of cake, which it totally does, but cleaning it off was not a piece of cake. Got Milk?
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