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    I bought a nice Hobart cover for my 190, but could not find one for my Miller 150S. So I made one. It came out OK, fits well, no major screw ups, but it took me over six hours!

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  • #2
    Welder Cover (sewing project)

    Looks good!

    All depends what your time is worth to you!

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    • #3
      Very, very, very nice job!!!

      My latest endeavors have been fabricating a new canvas enclosure for my boat. I never sewed a stitch prior to teaching myself how to sew.

      For me, the difficult parts are handling large assemblies and creating paterns for large assemblies.

      IMO, the finished result is acceptable.








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      • #4
        Originally posted by Arizona Joe View Post
        I bought a nice Hobart cover for my 190, but could not find one for my Miller 150S. So I made one. It came out OK, fits well, no major screw ups, but it took me over six hours!

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        Nice Work..!!

        and looks well thought out....
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        • #5
          Excellent work! Will be very functional.

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