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  1. #161
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    Quote Originally Posted by clint738 View Post
    The cart design looks really nice. I was wondering though, are you not concerned about the lack of air space behind the welders for air circulation? Page 19 of the 211 manual specifies 18" of space behind and in front for air flow. I believe the space requirement spec is the same for the Dynasty too, I know it is the same for my MM252.

    It mentions the air space on page 17 of the Dynasty 200 manual.
    I did think about that before I started building, but I am not too worried as I am a home garage hobbyist and will probably never run either machine full load or even close during my normal use, and if I do, I could always pull the machine forward to give it more area.

    Thanks for the insight! Rich

  2. #162
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    Cart for my 211 I finished up tonight....

    Speed holes....



    Leather strap for the tank...



    Brass rivets to secure...


  3. #163
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    I'm planning a welding cart for indoor use. (Cart will Be for Tig and Stick)

    When fabbing: WHAT DO YOU USE EVERY DAY?

    Here's what i have come up with:
    2 gas bottles
    Tig Rod Can x 6 flavors
    Stick Rod Can x 4 flavors
    Water Cooler
    Tig Accessory Box
    Grinders 2
    110 Outlet
    Brushes
    clamps
    fire extinguisher
    gloves 2 pr (tig, Stick)
    Forklift Pockets
    Framing Squares

    Things to hang
    Grinding Wheels
    Grinders 2
    stick lead
    ground
    pedal
    pedal cord
    Tig Lead
    Hood
    Face Shield
    110 Cord
    480 cord
    Air Hose
    Chipping hammer
    3lb Sledge


    Thoughts?
    Too Much? Too Little?

    Drawings will follow....
    Last edited by coronan; 04-22-2013 at 11:32 AM.

  4. #164
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  6. #166
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    Default first project with new welder.......

    First project with my first mig welder (also used stick on this)......have a few more gizmos to add (power and air hose reels). The side work table was an afterthought but use it a TON!
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  7. #167
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    Default My welding cart


  8. #168
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    Default D350 Cart

    All loaded up. 9 flavors of Tig rod is not enough. Next cart needs 12-15.2013-06-20 10.21.31.jpg2013-06-20 10.22.28.jpg2013-06-20 10.22.49.jpg2013-06-20 10.23.08.jpg

  9. #169
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    Here is where I am at as of now. There is still a lot of work to do, but it works nicely. 1.jpg2.jpg

  10. #170
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    Default Why the offset?

    Quote Originally Posted by Showdog75 View Post
    My attempt at a aluminum cart for my dynasty. It's not finished but is anything in a welder's shop ? I'll update as progress continues.

    Per caption.

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