Millermatic 211 Welding Cart
The Miller 211 deserves an awesome cart. I needed a cart to hold 2 tanks, one for welding steel, and the other for aluminum. The design came from looking at many other carts on the market and finding things I liked from all of them. I wanted something that was built tough and would last as long as the welder. This cart definitely fits that bill.
Millermatic 211, DeWalt Cut-Off Saw, 4 1/2" DeWalt 7amp angle grinder.
(2) 18" x 36" x 1/16" sheet metal
(20') 1.25" square tubing 1/16" thick
(9') 4" sheet metal at 1/16" thick
(6') 2" flat stock 1/8" thick
(9') 4" flat stock 1/8" thick
(8") 5/8" solid round
(2) 3" locking casters
(2) 10" flat proof pneumatic tires
(4) cans paint (2 primer, 2 blue)
(3) Miller decals
welding wire, gas, some cut-off disks, flap discs, permanent marker, drill, etc.
I started with the base frame, got all pieces cut and laid out in a pattern. Built from the bottom up. I laid the welder on a piece of thick cardboard and pressed down to get a template for the hole pattern, then traced it onto the top plate before drilling. It lined up perfectly.
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