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  1. #71
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4beater View Post
    just got a 211 and put it to work making a welding cart.....not done just ran out of steel
    Wow.. I like it, really like it. Less is more. Couple of questions?
    Where else were you planning on adding steel? The only thing that I can see that I'd be a little bit nervous about is those tall bottle supports are cantilevered pretty far off the base. I'd sure like a tie in to the rest of the frame, either on one side or both sides of the tank.

    Can I use you for inspiration for my next cart?
    --zip

  2. #72
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    Quote Originally Posted by zipzit View Post
    Wow.. I like it, really like it. Less is more. Couple of questions?
    Where else were you planning on adding steel? The only thing that I can see that I'd be a little bit nervous about is those tall bottle supports are cantilevered pretty far off the base. I'd sure like a tie in to the rest of the frame, either on one side or both sides of the tank.

    Can I use you for inspiration for my next cart?
    --zip
    i was planning on one bar to the bottle supports, so i could still get the bottle on from the other side.
    and **** yes, use it as inspiration. thats why i posted it, to share with the world.
    25 feet of steel and 10.00 for the wheels at menards, plus primer and paint. i think all together i have 65 dollars into it.

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    My welding cart made out of scrap railing which used to line a college dorm. It's only primered at the moment and doesn't have a gas bottle yet for the back platform.

    Next to the cart is my mechanic's shop seat made out of angle iron and expanded metal. Both were welded using MIG.



  4. #74
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    Wheelersburg, OH
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    Default My first project

    Here is a picture of the cart I made. When I bought my welder the carts were of 100 dollars so I figured I could make my own. This is literally my first welding project. Since I have built it I need to change some things around. I need a handle and I also need bigger hanger for my leads.









  5. #75
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    DV,

    I like the red one. <G> Little comfort details sure help the job along!


    Cheers, Rufus

  6. #76
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    here is my twin rack and stand i built for the 252

    Anything you could do, I could do better.
    I can do anything better than you!
    Lockheed Martin
    Armco Steel, Baltimore
    USW local #3185

  7. #77
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    Quote Originally Posted by stugots View Post
    here is my twin rack and stand i built for the 252

    Very nice job. See you included the spool gun rack. How's your helmet, did you figure out what made it quit working? Only thing I can think of was the sensors were blocked, and wouldn't activate the lens.
    "Bonne journe'e mes amis"

  8. #78
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    thanks dave,

    im pretty sure it was my sweat getting into where the batteries go,,, im going to see if i can seal the cracks with some spray clear or maybe some wax.

    anyways,,,,, i did order that 9100xx speedglas with the crown, free standing bib, some anti fog and a big wool sweat band,,, even got a respirator that fits under it,, it should be here today,,, ill put it through some tests and post my findings.
    Anything you could do, I could do better.
    I can do anything better than you!
    Lockheed Martin
    Armco Steel, Baltimore
    USW local #3185

  9. #79
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    Cool Mower Hobart Simply " The Mowbart "

    " The Mowbart " Here in Cali that would be"The Weldziant"



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  10. #80
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    Default Just finished cart wanting that Miller 211 Soooo...... imagine its blue

    I'm a new member, awsome people. great siteDSCN0255.JPG.DSCN0246.JPG

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