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    [QUOTE=Johnp256;289446]Jeez, I guess I didn't think to much of it when I made up a little cart for my little mm 180 from some scraps I had, I think the only thing I bought were the two front casters. I just wanted a little mobility, since my big Syncro has always been stationary. But I really like some of the more elaborate carts on here with drawers and bins for supplies and accessories.







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    Great job for only using scrap. Sometimes designing is more difficult with limited supplies, but you pulled it off. Also, simpler is usually better and it looks like you still have room underneath the machine, on the lower lever, for some expanded metal which, in turn, will make a small shelf for storage or whatever will fit. Sean Childress

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ID:	514785this is a cart i just finshed it only took 4 days lol it has a hobart 140 and 230 ironman mig and powermax 45 plasma..25 ft airhose reel 30 ft 110 volt cord reel..2 bottles argon and mix gas and 4 way valve to select which gas i want

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      • Dynasty 200DX Cart

        I made this cart out of Aluminum Extrusions that I saved from a scrap hopper at work. I used some mower wheels, casters and a 1/2" solid axle that I had on other things so I guess you could say it is %100 recycled. It took some engineering on my part to get the strength I needed due to the extrusions having one open side but it is very strong. It can take a T size cylinder or two S cylinders no problem.

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        • My New Welding Cart

          Well I am almost done with my new cart. Need to build or buy some filler rod canisters. Anyone have any ideas. Thanks
          Attached Files
          Last edited by JeepMan; 08-01-2012, 11:11 PM.
          Thanks, Michael

          Miller Dirversion 165
          Millermatic Challenger 172
          Miller Thunderbolt 225
          Spectrum 625 X-Treme.
          O/A Medium Radnor Torch, Large Victor Torch.
          Star Jet 21-110
          Ridgid 14" Chop Saw.
          And all of the smaller tools.

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            Originally posted by JeepMan View Post
            Well I am almost done with my new cart. Need to build or buy some filler rod canisters. Anyone have any ideas. Thanks
            Thanks, Michael

            Miller Dirversion 165
            Millermatic Challenger 172
            Miller Thunderbolt 225
            Spectrum 625 X-Treme.
            O/A Medium Radnor Torch, Large Victor Torch.
            Star Jet 21-110
            Ridgid 14" Chop Saw.
            And all of the smaller tools.

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            • Rod Guards

              Does anyone know if Rod Guard has a direct website. Also do the 36" canisters come in any other color than blue. Blue is all I can find. Thanks, Michael
              Thanks, Michael

              Miller Dirversion 165
              Millermatic Challenger 172
              Miller Thunderbolt 225
              Spectrum 625 X-Treme.
              O/A Medium Radnor Torch, Large Victor Torch.
              Star Jet 21-110
              Ridgid 14" Chop Saw.
              And all of the smaller tools.

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              • Originally posted by JeepMan View Post
                Does anyone know if Rod Guard has a direct website. Also do the 36" canisters come in any other color than blue. Blue is all I can find. Thanks, Michael
                THIS says they come in red too...LE-300-12
                Last edited by Doughboyracer; 08-02-2012, 12:29 PM.
                MillerMatic 211 Auto-set w/MVP
                Just For Home Projects.

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                • Finished my cart.

                  Well I finally got around to mounting my power cord and rod guards.
                  Attached Files
                  Thanks, Michael

                  Miller Dirversion 165
                  Millermatic Challenger 172
                  Miller Thunderbolt 225
                  Spectrum 625 X-Treme.
                  O/A Medium Radnor Torch, Large Victor Torch.
                  Star Jet 21-110
                  Ridgid 14" Chop Saw.
                  And all of the smaller tools.

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                  • Originally posted by JeepMan:291120
                    Well I finally got around to mounting my power cord and rod guards.
                    The clamps holding the rod canisters, are fabbed or purchased?
                    Joe
                    wrench3047@gmail.com

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                    • Rod Guard Clamps

                      Originally posted by wrench3047 View Post
                      The clamps holding the rod canisters, are fabbed or purchased?
                      The clamps came from Home Depot. They are in the electrical department. You will have to modifly the clamps. They are to big so you will have to cut them. They are only 98 cents.
                      Thanks, Michael

                      Miller Dirversion 165
                      Millermatic Challenger 172
                      Miller Thunderbolt 225
                      Spectrum 625 X-Treme.
                      O/A Medium Radnor Torch, Large Victor Torch.
                      Star Jet 21-110
                      Ridgid 14" Chop Saw.
                      And all of the smaller tools.

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                      • Awesome carts guys!! I'm getting ready to build one myself! A lot of good ideas!

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                        • Originally posted by Pass-N-Gas View Post
                          Here's the setup for my syncrowave 250



                          Rod boxes on both sides of the cart



                          Tig torch ready for action..



                          Front wheels / trailer tongue quick pin in to place to move it across town



                          the next cart will be for the Hypertherm 1250..it will be an off road version for the outback (behind the shop)
                          NICE BUD! But thats like putting a chevy motor in a ford! Never mix red and blue!

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                          • Originally posted by Gingerboy View Post
                            NICE BUD! But thats like putting a chevy motor in a ford! Never mix red and blue!
                            Good point..

                            However that was the last of the Rustoleum Polyurethane..

                            Besides, it's MF Red
                            Steve

                            Bobcat 250EFI

                            Syncrowave 250

                            Millermatic 350P

                            Hypertherm 1250

                            A Bunch of tools

                            And a forklift to move the heavy stuff with..

                            Torchmate 2x2 CNC Plasma

                            It's Miller Time - Get Back To Work!

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                            • [QUOTE=Pass-N-Gas;293566]Good point..

                              However that was the last of the Rustoleum Polyurethane..

                              Besides, it's MF Red [/QUOTE




                              LOL, I just traded in my MF165, for a kubota mx5100. I miss that masey!

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                              • Almost done with my aluminum cart! My first welding project!

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