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Mig and Plamsa rack for by Syncrowave 250

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  • Mig and Plamsa rack for by Syncrowave 250

    I've got a small garage so I had to come up with something to make a smaller footprint. I was originally concerned about the weight on the tigrunner running gear but after several "test", not worried about it anymore. It's working great!
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    Last edited by charleskmoore2; 12-16-2008, 02:17 PM.

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    more pics of the construction

    I used 1/4-20 bolts about a 1/4 longer than the originals to fasten it to the top of my 250. I poked holes in the cover to get the bolts through and I can still protect by 250, I just roll it up when I use it. The aluminum plate is easy to remove also so I can get to my lift eye if needed. The pedal hook sure comes in handy!
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    Last edited by charleskmoore2; 12-10-2008, 02:40 PM.

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    • #3
      Innovative design, however I'd hate the thought of having to remove all that equipment (mig, plasma) every time I needed to use my tig. Or, are you suggesting that you use the tig with the cover in place? I would suspect that that may cause some cooling problems.

      I see you have the Tigrunner with the integrated cooler originally built into the power supply. Have you upgraded to the Coolmate 3 mounted under the power supply?

      A lot of good looking "BLUE" equipment there.

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      • #4
        Charlie,
        Looks slick, Its good to see someone taking care of their stuff. As much as I like my equipment it seems to stay covered in coffee cups with old coffee and a layer of grinder dust in them.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Jetmekdc-10 View Post
          Charlie,
          Looks slick, Its good to see someone taking care of their stuff. As much as I like my equipment it seems to stay covered in coffee cups with old coffee and a layer of grinder dust in them.
          oh i know EXACTLY what your talking about...

          i have a bad habit of leaving the cup on my work while grinding,hammering,....they fall and i break em

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          • #6
            update

            I definately don't use the tig with the cover in place. It's permanely mounted so I just roll it up and stuff it under the mig rack. I've got the watercooled version, 250DX w/integrated cooler.

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