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  • Welding Cart Project

    Finally got a few days of downtime from work and made a welding cart. Thanks for all the great ideas I got here.

    My Millermatic 211 and Spectrum 625X have a new home AFTER they did the work making it! I definitely sweated more then they did.

    https://plus.google.com/photos/10251...14703471958161








    Last edited by rickwjenn; 11-03-2013, 06:38 AM. Reason: Add Links to Pix

  • #2
    Nice, I like the panel inserts. Best part about the paint job is that there is NO PAINT on your beautiful drive way. I get a kick out of it when items are for sale that say ''fresh paint job''. You see it sittin there on the painted grass or floor. Very professional.

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    • #3
      Five Stars!

      Nice design, nice workmanship, and nice aesthetics! Also, the single caster in front is cheaper than two casters and probably works better. Nice big tires in the back. I also like the way the bottle goes through a hole and doesn't require a chain to secure it. Overall, excellent!

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      • #4
        BD1 and Arizona Joe

        Thanks guys. Project was fun. Use the large rear tires and 5" front casters so I can roll over rough surfaces around my yard.

        Going to fabricate a small toolbox on side for consumables, pliers, plasma cutting guide, etc.
        Last edited by rickwjenn; 11-02-2013, 05:07 AM.

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        • #5
          Finally figured out out to put pictures in text - here are more.





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          • #6
            Just one more thing...

            ...A little edge gasket around that hole and it wouldn't rattle when rolled too.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Doughboyracer View Post
              ...A little edge gasket around that hole and it wouldn't rattle when rolled too.
              Exactly - I left a 1/4" open so I could put some hard rubber tubing split done the middle in there. Just need to get back in garage and do it!

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              • #8
                What kind of clamps are those in the second picture? The blue ones. Looks like they are held down with a bolt going thru the table top? Do you have a brand name or link? Thanks.

                BTW, excellent job.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by JSFAB View Post
                  What kind of clamps are those in the second picture? The blue ones. Looks like they are held down with a bolt going thru the table top? Do you have a brand name or link? Thanks.

                  BTW, excellent job.
                  Thank you.

                  The clamps are all Miller. I got them when I bought the Miller Welding table - one of the best tool purchases I have made - love it!

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