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    It's been a while since I've posted something on here. Work and a trip to Mt. Everest for my birthday got in the way. Had some time off work when I got back and a friend wanted to see if we could build a dining table he had designed. Why not? Made the legs out of 16 gauge steel and boxed them. I wish my TIG skills were better, but I don't have time to practice. I wish I had a break too, but as you can see, there's not much room in the garage. Came out pretty well once he finished all the filler, paint and woodwork.
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  • #2
    Dining room table

    I like it simple yet elegant. Good job


    • #3
      Thanks HM! It looks a lot more refined now that it's done. I sometimes wonder if everyone uses as many grinding wheels as I do. It all looks good eventually though.


      • #4

        Nice Job. Great design


        • #5
          Cramped working quarters sure didn't stop ya! Beautiful work, man.


          • #6
            Thanks! I'm about to order a JD2 hydraulic bender, pump, and notcher so I can build a ridiculously over compensating welding cart. I dropped my plasma cutter twice trying to clean up so I need to protect the investment. Yes, I realize I don't need to spend that much on more equipment for a cart, but this will allow me to do even more projects with some really bad welds!


            • #7
              It never ceases to amaze me the fine ideas that welder/fabricators come up with. That is one beautiful table and unique to boot. And I can appreciate the amount of work that went into it, too.



              • #8
                Thanks Glenn, that was quite a compliment. I appreciate it. It sure is fun whether you do it as a hobby or for your business. I really enjoy looking at everyone else's work on here too.

                Oh yeah, placed an order this morning on this morning for a JD32 hydraulic pipe bender and Baleigh tubing notcher. Be here in about a week, so hopefully it doesn't rust up before I get home and cut some holes in my table top for bolting some new equipment on.


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