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Pop Pop’s Workshop was established in 2014. We are a retired veteran owned small business that specializes in copper metal art. All our products are family made.

Scott Wagner is a 28 year retired Air Force Veteran. Scott’s entire career while in the Air Force was in HVAC. He served 2 tours in Iraq. Scott started his company in 2014 as a hobby.

Scott Wagner graduated from air force

Jan. 2013

Pop Pop’s Workshop initial start up in a 2 car garage. I was always interested in working with metals. Working in the HVAC field I did some sheet metal but not much more than that. We designed out copper products but sub out the cutting process.

Pop Pop's Workshop's first craft show
Oct. 2013

We received out first CNC plasma table and put our skills to work.

Pop Pop's workshop's first logo
Oct. 2014

Officially moved our products in to a retail store and started making copper products.

Scott Wagner's family
Jul. 2019

Expanded our products to 5 local stores, started an Etsy store and engraving.

American wooden flag made by Pop pop's workshop
Jun. 2022

Upgraded our equipment and launched our official website (This one)!

Apr. 1980

Scott graduated from Air Force HVAC School

Scott Wagner in Iraq
Jul. 2013

Pop pop's first craft show in Greagle, California

CNC plasma table at pop pop's workshop
Jul. 2014

Obtained the rights to produce UNR Wolf pack products and officially started our Small business.

copper ship by pop pop's workshop
Oct. 2017

We moved from Sparks, NV to Reno, NV

Laser dreakware by pop pop's workshop
Mar. 2022

Expanded into making wood flags

metal art machine at pop pop's workshop

Nessa Brown

Product: Custom Copper Windmill Blades
“This is the 4th or 5th art piece that he has made for my husband and I and we will definitely keep coming back and referring him to all of our friends. We were looking for a good-sized piece of art for the front of our new house and I can’t tell you how perfect this looks! This fan is heavy duty, gorgeous, and the craftsmanship that went into this is unreal! Forever grateful for PopPop and his amazing work!"
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