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  1. #11
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    All I want to know is whare is the vise.

  2. #12
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    Default Funny you should ask....

    The vice is coming. I have a vice that is mounted on an apparatus that fits into the hitch on my truck. It comes in real handy when I am cutting firewood and need to sharpen my saw. Anyway, my plan is to weld a box receiver on the trailer somewhere to accept this. Figured it would give me a good place to store it when I am not out cutting wood and would also be useful on the welding trailer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FusionKing View Post
    I am hoping you left enuff room for air to flow correctly when the machine is running. If the blanket is attatched to the table then ok but if to the trailer then I'll wait for pics.
    I hope you don't think I am picking on you here it just seems like maybe you are making things faster than normal experience would tell you not to do.
    I think your trailer is too small for a table and would scrap that idea altogether.
    As for welding on something that the paint was drying on....that just freeks me out altogether!!! Was it water based??
    Guess I wasn't clear enough. The paint was drying on the trailer frame, I was welding on the frame I put together for the welder that bolts onto the trailer.

    And yes there is enough room for air flow. The blanket and table are further away from the welder than the requirements that came with the welder. I made sure that I could still get into the access panel on that side. Trailer is small, but everything I have done with it so far it has been great. Had a 55lb anvil up on it this weekend welding together a anvil stand and it held up just fine. Thanks for all of the questions though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bc65925 View Post
    Guess I wasn't clear enough. The paint was drying on the trailer frame, I was welding on the frame I put together for the welder that bolts onto the trailer.

    And yes there is enough room for air flow. The blanket and table are further away from the welder than the requirements that came with the welder. I made sure that I could still get into the access panel on that side. Trailer is small, but everything I have done with it so far it has been great. Had a 55lb anvil up on it this weekend welding together a anvil stand and it held up just fine. Thanks for all of the questions though.

    Cool...Glad we cleared all that up
    So what kind of work are you gonna do with it now?

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    I use Ford tractor blue on all my shop equipment I build so everything matches the Millers. Very pleasing to the eyes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FusionKing View Post
    I am hoping you left enuff room for air to flow correctly when the machine is running. If the blanket is attatched to the table then ok but if to the trailer then I'll wait for pics.
    I hope you don't think I am picking on you here it just seems like maybe you are making things faster than normal experience would tell you not to do.
    I think your trailer is too small for a table and would scrap that idea altogether.
    As for welding on something that the paint was drying on....that just freeks me out altogether!!! Was it water based??
    FusionKing,
    I am sure everyone understands that you are concerned for the safety of everyone that participates on this forum. I think that your comments are spot on!
    Thanks,
    Nick

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