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Finally got my welding/work table finish.

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  • Finally got my welding/work table finish.

    My buddy gave me the cart which had a wooden top and the pieces of 1/4" plate, as payment for some work I did for him. It already had the wheels and the drawer on the right side on it when he gave it to me. I welded some tabs on to mount the gray drawer cabinet. The plate is actually diamond plate but, I like the smoother surface better, so I flipped the over and welded then to the top. The vice jaws are 4"s wide and I've had it open to 5"s, sure it will go a little more. The top of the frame and legs are made of 1.5" square tubing, which I'm sure is not just thin walled, cause its heavy. The bottom is made of 1", final measurements come to 36.5"s tall x 28"s deep x 48"s wide. I'm really happy with the finished product it turned out to be. Also, on the undersides of the left and right side top frame rails, I welded on a piece of 1.5" angle iron for ground clamp tabs.

    Lone MIG Slinger!

  • #2
    Looks like a great workspace, nicley organized. It's nice having it mobile.



    • #3
      Very nice need to secure the tank before someone gets hurt.


      • #4
        very nice work.. i second what Nick said. now build a cart for the welder and bottle.
        miller 225 bobcat
        miller aead200le (with miller hf tig trailer mounted)
        mm175, mm211, TA181i
        mm252 w/30a spool gun
        precision tig 225
        hobart stickmate LX ac/dc
        Speedglas 9100X & XX / Miller Digital Elite
        hypertherm 380 & cutmaster 52
        victor journeyman & super range
        ridgid chop saw, kalamazoo band saw
        steel max and evolution carbide saws
        6 4.5" & a 20lb 9" rockwell grinders
        case 580 backhoe (for what i can"t lift)
        if first you don't succeed
        trash the b#####d


        • #5
          Looks very useful. The drawers keep the grinding dust out of the power tools .