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how high a welding table should be?

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  • #16
    Originally posted by nachche View Post
    thank you all for the replys
    I am considering again puting the saw on the table..
    i found out that 85 cm will be good for me (I'm 1.83 cm tall)

    do you have some pictures of table legs that can be shorten ?
    WHOA!!! Are typing this on a standard size keyboard??

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    • #17
      Table Height

      Of course it depends on the height of the work and the height of the operator.

      All of the tables in my plant are adjustable from about 28" to 38". Some legs are a tube inside a tube with a quick pin. Others have back to back channels with slots.

      Scott
      Fab Manager
      Welders360

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      • #18
        I built my table 42" high. it's very comfortable standing / working if the projects aren't too big. However it puts the vise way to high. I'm thinking about receiver tubes on the legs to bring the vise lower.
        Last edited by tenfingers; 06-04-2010, 03:20 AM.

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        • #19
          Steel Bench

          The height of my bench is 35" or 88.9 cm The bench is 48" x 96" (121.92 x 243.84 cm) this works well for me at 6'4" (193.04 cm).I like it very much. Hope you find what works for you. I add a picture of my bench for you.
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          • #20
            40 3/4"

            My table is a piece 3/4"(19mm) plate 36"(91cm) in dia. I put 3-40"(101.6cm) legs on it.
            It's fine for little things, but any thing very tall I have to stand on a box.
            For tig welding I can sit on a bar stool and work the pedal.
            Mig welding it's fine. Stick welding, it's back on the box again.
            Before I would cut that one down, I'd build one a litte shorter, maybe 4"or 5"
            (10cm or 12.7cm) shorter.
            Bob

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            • #21
              new table design

              ok
              you got me on that cm...

              after thinking about it (and taking your advises)
              I redesined my table
              here are some pictures of it: (the height is 86cm (33.8")

              what do you think about the wheels?
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              • #22
                Originally posted by Vernon View Post
                The height of my bench is 35" or 88.9 cm The bench is 48" x 96" (121.92 x 243.84 cm) this works well for me at 6'4" (193.04 cm).I like it very much. Hope you find what works for you. I add a picture of my bench for you.

                Vernon I'm impressed a chained gas bottle on our site

                Keep the saw off the table you don't want to un-clamp a project to cut the next piece for the same project..

                My top is 39" with some adjust-ability to it.. it is the same height as the work bench..



                If you look at the metal rack on the wall you will notice the removable rollers, they match up to all of my shop equipment stands Chop saws, miter saws, planers ect

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                • #23
                  Chained Bottles

                  Originally posted by Pass-N-Gas View Post
                  Vernon I'm impressed a chained gas bottle on our site

                  Keep the saw off the table you don't want to un-clamp a project to cut the next piece for the same project..

                  My top is 39" with some adjust-ability to it.. it is the same height as the work bench..



                  If you look at the metal rack on the wall you will notice the removable rollers, they match up to all of my shop equipment stands Chop saws, miter saws, planers ect
                  How do you like these chains
                  Attached Files

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                  • #24
                    Some times people should not open up Sketch-Up

                    http://www.millerwelds.com/interests...welding-table/


                    It is a welding table- don't think about it too much

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by Vernon View Post
                      How do you like these chains
                      What only single row?

                      I just finished up a gear box for a pumping unit, would you like some triple row 120

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