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  • #76
    This is so freakin' cool. I have been trying to figure a way to support both my wood miter saw and my dry cut saw for awhile now. Neat idea. Too bad I really don't have the space...

    Originally posted by 67chevelle View Post
    1 & 2, this is a mobile cart for my abrasive chopsaw and cold cut saw. The top rotates so you can place the needed tool on top. ( It also helps clean the tabletop off )
    Mark

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    • #77
      Originally posted by Jim-TX View Post
      Here's a fireplace cover I made. These are gas logs and the cover is to keep the cats out of the fire place. It has some ears at the top that prevent it from falling out forward. It's finished with "Antique Copper Vein" powdercoat.
      VERY nice!

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      • #78
        headache rack with tidy tank

        Here is a headache rack and a tidytank with drybox, for my buddies chev.
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        • #79
          Welding Cart

          Total Cost About $60.00 Bucks (cart only) Welding Over $15000.00

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          Originally posted by Gsd34me View Post
          Please show your pics of some small projects for us board members to get some good ideas. Thanks all!
          Cart Holding:
          XMT 304.
          Spectrum 2050.
          Optima Pulse Pendant.
          X-75DX Feeder.
          Suitcase 12vs Extreme.
          Spoolmate 30A.
          Few mig guns(miller).
          200+ welding cable to run suitcase 12vs.
          2 gas bottles.
          All in a COMPACT CART???
          Last edited by Dirty Welder; 12-01-2008, 11:38 PM.

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          • #80
            Aren't the front casters a little undercapacity for all the weight? Otherwise, super-nice job. It just needs some blue paint!

            Glenn

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            • #81
              Nice setup, so many welders, so little time....

              Here are a some projects, I've done in the last year.

              There is my little steel dog, some steel flowers, spider and a boat dolly to move small fishing boat around on land.
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              • #82
                A couple more project completed this year.

                Four picture of the boat rack to carry my small fishing boat and also doubles as a ladder rack, made it so it can be taken apart by myself.

                Gate to keep my little dog on the deck.
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                • #83
                  Nice little projects, thats the nice thing about metal. tack a few pieces of scrap together, sit it outside to rust and call it art, people love it, pay big money for it (sometimes) Cant do that with wood - lol.

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                  • #84
                    Another Welding Machine Cart

                    This was made from 100% scrap and recycled materials. Maybe I should have painted it green ...
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                    • #85
                      I needed a new cart for my small O/A tanks. I was prepared to weld up the whole thing but I was at ACE Hardware and they had a heavy duty handtruck on sale for under $30. So, with this handtruck and a snazzy red tool box and some pieces of chain and a few turnbuckles, I built this cart......







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                      • #86
                        Hey Dirty Welder,

                        What is the little wheel between the two main wheels for?

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                        • #87
                          small caster

                          Originally posted by rbertalotto View Post
                          Hey Dirty Welder,

                          What is the little wheel between the two main wheels for?

                          I add those wheels in case the tires get flat, because is also really heavy.
                          there 5 inch casters i got on ebay 300lb capacity each.

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                          • #88
                            did this wall mounted paper towel holder for a customer today... waiting for painting instructions..
                            Jim
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                            • #89
                              Originally posted by Sherweld View Post
                              This was made from 100% scrap and recycled materials. Maybe I should have painted it green ...
                              Everything about the picture looks good.........good job!
                              Some have good projects but their presentation is terrible................

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                              • #90
                                Originally posted by Dirty Welder View Post
                                I add those wheels in case the tires get flat, because is also really heavy.
                                there 5 inch casters i got on ebay 300lb capacity each.

                                You can get you're tires filled with foam
                                so they never go flat.
                                The grips in the movies do that.

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