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  • Blueprints


    Does anyone know who sells blueprints to fab welding skid?? I would like some ideas on this part. Thanks
    Last edited by Woods Welding; 01-16-2010, 09:14 PM.

  • #2
    Is there some reason you can't make your own? I do all of my drafting myself, the old fashioned way of course. I regret that I can not use Auto Cad. I have the program R14 but for some reason I can't seem to hack my way through this one as I can the other programs I have.

    Is there a reason you can't make it from sketches? We build a lot of things at our shop from sketches. In fact I built a rather complex conveyor for light bulbs with no blueprints just rough sketches.

    About the only other thing I could suggest is go through the yellow pages and start calling mechanical engineers and see if one of the companies is slow enough to take on your project.


    • #3
      what is a welding skid


      • #4
        Originally posted by 6pakdakota View Post
        what is a welding skid
        This is what we consider a welding skid up here:

        There are several members of this forum that work off of skids - It has all been discussed before.

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