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  • Welding table build

    Just finished my welding table! Here's an album I put together of the build:


  • #2
    Awesome build man!
    1 BEST 6 Y/O HELPER IN THE WORLD
    2 VICTOR O/A TORCHES
    LINCOLN SP 175 PLUS
    4 EACH 20 TON JACKS
    SEVERAL LESSER TON JACKS
    SEVERAL GRINDERS
    LOTS OF HAMMERS MISC SIZES
    BIG PILE OF MISC TOOLS
    CLASS A CDL'S
    C7500 FLAT BED
    4 TRAILERS
    HOME MADE GANTRY CRANE
    SOME GOOD COMMON SENSE (I THINK)
    TRACTOR WITH NEW HEAVY DUTY LIFT POLE -- FIND MY THREAD
    6 GOATS, 1 DOG, 1 DONKEY...
    ON AND ON AND ON...

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    • #3
      Nice job. I like the lift/wheel system on one end. Love the 1" soooo sweet!

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      • #4
        That's a good looking table there.

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        • #5
          Fantastic! That thing looks sturdy as ****!

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          • #6
            Very solid, I like it.

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            • #7
              How much does it weigh? Was the 1" plate flat?
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              Miller Econotig
              Miller 210 MIG
              Craftsman 10" drill press made in 1942
              Forney welding torch
              Goss propane torches, pencil to 400K
              MaxNC CNC mill
              South Bend 9" lathe, 1944
              JET JMD-18 mill
              Atlas benchtop horizontal mill
              and tool box full of antique measuring tools
              "If you don't have it, and you need it, make it."

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              • #8
                Nice job done, Really appreciate your work

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                • #9
                  Outstanding table now!!!

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                  • #10
                    Man that looks heavy duty. Nice job

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                    • #11
                      Where are the ramps for when you weld the D8 Caterpiller up there? Man, is that built...jealous!!
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                      MILLER DYNASTY 350 TIG
                      Miller Dynasty 200 DX Tig
                      Miller 252 Mig with 30-A Spool Gun
                      Lincoln SP 270
                      Hypertherm 625 Plazma Cutter
                      Bridgeport Milling Machine
                      Clausing 10 x 24 Turning Lathe
                      Two 1918 16 x 60 South Bend Turning Lathes

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