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    Default welding cart

    not dun a cool mate 3 will go where thr 375 is when dun
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    Nice job and nice layout. Looks well organized and I bet it will be nice to use it and to be able to get it around easy. I'm waiting on my 200 Dx and Coolmate 3 as well. I'm in the process of building the cart. The fab work is done. Paint is next.

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    Nice Cart man. Is there going to be a top shelf? Here some thing I wipped up one night feel free to build one on yours.

    Well the website says the file is to big???? Does any one know what to do?
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    Here they are the Pictures I tried to load earlier. I also added a piece of square tueb on the top to shove the nosal of me 251 in when I have to stand and weld to hold the gun. I've added some more stuff to it I'll get some more pics if you want. it now hold squares and rulers
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    nice setup with the TIG on top and plasma under it. i been thinking of doing that with mine. i was going to do a cooler but starting to wonder if i want to spend the time and $$ on it.????
    good looking cart and toys on it.
    thanks for the help
    ......or..........
    hope i helped

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    Iím starting my first welding project, Itís going to be a welding cart. Iíve notice some build there welding carts so the unit sits level on it and some have a slight tilt that rises up the front a bit. I have a Millermatic 180, would it be ok to rise the front of it 3Ē above level?

    Thanx
    Fab Tech

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    Default very nice

    Someday I may try this, if I get a plasma cutter to go with my MM180. I'm still trying to get a handle on structural engineering of welding projects. You'll see what I mean when I post my overbuilt oxy-acetylene cart next week (still in progress). But, isn't that a lot of weight to have cantilevered off the uprights? Is that 2 x 2 x 1/8, or what?

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    FabTech
    I have a Millermatic 180, would it be ok to rise the front of it 3Ē above level?


    yes it will be fine. most set them at an angle to get the face pointed at them wile standing or sitting. makes it essayer to read and work the controls. if the vent was not blocked you could stand it at a 90%.
    set it up for what works best for you. tilted seems to give the best access to both sitting and standing without putting the welder too high off the ground. the Miller factory cart is tilted.
    thanks for the help
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    hope i helped

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