I noticed some of your posts about welding tables and decided it was time to upgrade my little 3'x3' x1/2" table.
I went to my local scrap Guy and picked up a 4' x 8' x 1" thick a36 steel plate for $190
Only a slight bend in it. Anyways, I have some 8" I beams I cut to support and fully straighten the table out with but..... I am Out of beams to use for legs...
What do you guys suggest to support a big heavy table like this? Scrap Yard is out of beams, and I dont want to shell out $$$ at the local steel yard.
Basically, what would be strong enough to support 1500-2500 lbs when loaded?
I was thinking 4" square 3/8" wall tube should suffice, any ideas?
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Thread: Welding Table
01-11-2008, 03:47 PM #1
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