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By Andi Bourne

Creating metal works of art

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January 13, 2022

Andi Bourne, Pathfinder

Peak Fabrication LLC sole proprietor Cole Henrekin. The old saw blade was from Pyramid Mountain Lumber. Michael Sexton gave it to Henrekin when he was in 4-H in junior high. Henrekin was going to use it to make a knife however he quickly realized the steel was too hard. It has been hanging up at his parents' house until he cleaned it up and put his logo on it.

SEELEY LAKE – When Cole Henrekin graduated from Seeley-Swan High School in 2014, he went to Montana Technological University for mechanical engineering. After three semesters he realized he did not want to be an engineer. He switched from a bachelors degree to an associates degree in metal fabrication and welding, something he had always wanted to learn, and graduated in 2018.

"It was probably the best decision I made in school," Henrekin said.

He opened Peak Fabrication LLC in Seeley Lake in January 2021. He offers architectural steel products and Computer Numeric Control (CNC) plasma cu...

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