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  1. #21
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    Looks good! Like to see progress pics. I need to post more pics of min on my thread!

    Inferno Forge

    Chris

  2. #22
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    Wildfire, slick cart for sure, nice form and fuction with attention to detail. The graphics really set it off oh yeah the color is cool too, man I wish I had the time and imagination for something like that.

  3. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by BDJ View Post
    Wildfire, slick cart for sure, nice form and fuction with attention to detail. The graphics really set it off oh yeah the color is cool too, man I wish I had the time and imagination for something like that.
    Thank you BDJ. Glad you like it. Here's a few pics showing the color going on.
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    Miller matic 350P
    Millermatic 252/Spool gun
    Miller Spectrum 875 plasma
    Miller Dynasty 200 DX
    Miller Coolmate 3
    Miller Elite ( INFERNO Digital)
    2008 Miller Trailblazer 302/Custom trailer
    Custom DX200 Crazy Cart
    Sofia 13 X 30 Lathe
    MODERN 10X50 knee mill with Fagor 40i DRO
    Craftex 30 Mill/Drill

    All this stuff below was done with Miller gear


    My YouTube vids:

    http://www.youtube.com/user/7863348

    Flickr photo's:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/15602393@N05/sets/

  4. #24
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    Well I finally got my Coolmate 3 hooked up to the Dynasty. Took some doing to get it all together but remember, I live on an island. My supplier kept seding me the wrong hook up stuff. Now that it's done it makes a Hugh difference now when using the thing. The torch stays cool and that's perfect. You'll notice that the Argon tank is removed in the last picture. I removed it to place back on my MM251 for the spool gun but when designing the Crazy Cart I allowed for the removal of the tank and made the spare tire so that it could move up on the back to cover the hole in the back of cart when the tank was removed. I'm really impressed with that Coolmate 3.
    Attached Images Attached Images
    Miller matic 350P
    Millermatic 252/Spool gun
    Miller Spectrum 875 plasma
    Miller Dynasty 200 DX
    Miller Coolmate 3
    Miller Elite ( INFERNO Digital)
    2008 Miller Trailblazer 302/Custom trailer
    Custom DX200 Crazy Cart
    Sofia 13 X 30 Lathe
    MODERN 10X50 knee mill with Fagor 40i DRO
    Craftex 30 Mill/Drill

    All this stuff below was done with Miller gear


    My YouTube vids:

    http://www.youtube.com/user/7863348

    Flickr photo's:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/15602393@N05/sets/

  5. #25
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    Paul,
    Like everyone else, OUTSTANDING job on the cart and all your other rest work! Tank cover was excellent, I can't find that exact color match for the material over here! Was the paint # from Miller or did you just match it yourself? Question: On the top, is that a bin/tray for your tips/collets/cups?
    Glad you put that spare wheel in! Saw that expansion joint on your floor, so the spare is handy if you get a flat!!!
    bert
    I'm not late...
    I'm just on Hawaiian Time

  6. #26
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bert View Post
    Paul,
    Like everyone else, OUTSTANDING job on the cart and all your other rest work! Tank cover was excellent, I can't find that exact color match for the material over here! Was the paint # from Miller or did you just match it yourself? Question: On the top, is that a bin/tray for your tips/collets/cups?
    Glad you put that spare wheel in! Saw that expansion joint on your floor, so the spare is handy if you get a flat!!!
    bert
    Thanks Bert. Glad you like the cart. The tank sock was made to cover up the ugly tank. First I tried to go with a carbon fiber look but the material was over $30. a yard and I would have needed two yards to do two tanks so I said no to that idea and went on over to Wal-Mart. I bet I looked like some kind of nut case going around feeling the material but hey, I got no pride and after all this was for my Crazy Cart.

    Anyway as I was looking around I came across the blue material as seen in the picture. It's like the long john's material and got the same feel to it and it stretches the same as well. When I asked the lady working there how much for a yard of it she replied "$2.49". I knew it was close to the Miller color so that's how I found the stuff. Gee I even got some left over so I might end up with Miller long john's yet Na I better not. I'd end up looking like a smurf

    As for the compartment on the top. Well I had the extra space so I wanted to us it for something so now I use it to store my gloves in. The cart was never meant to turn out like it did it's just as I got into it I started coming up with different ideas. Might be the medication Thanks again. Paul
    Attached Images Attached Images
    Miller matic 350P
    Millermatic 252/Spool gun
    Miller Spectrum 875 plasma
    Miller Dynasty 200 DX
    Miller Coolmate 3
    Miller Elite ( INFERNO Digital)
    2008 Miller Trailblazer 302/Custom trailer
    Custom DX200 Crazy Cart
    Sofia 13 X 30 Lathe
    MODERN 10X50 knee mill with Fagor 40i DRO
    Craftex 30 Mill/Drill

    All this stuff below was done with Miller gear


    My YouTube vids:

    http://www.youtube.com/user/7863348

    Flickr photo's:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/15602393@N05/sets/

  7. #27
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    best cart ive ever seen
    my daddy always said i was IRONHEADED....
    feel free to P/M me

  8. #28
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    Quote Originally Posted by welderman23 View Post
    best cart ive ever seen
    Hey thanks welderman23 but you didn't tell just how many carts you've seen
    Miller matic 350P
    Millermatic 252/Spool gun
    Miller Spectrum 875 plasma
    Miller Dynasty 200 DX
    Miller Coolmate 3
    Miller Elite ( INFERNO Digital)
    2008 Miller Trailblazer 302/Custom trailer
    Custom DX200 Crazy Cart
    Sofia 13 X 30 Lathe
    MODERN 10X50 knee mill with Fagor 40i DRO
    Craftex 30 Mill/Drill

    All this stuff below was done with Miller gear


    My YouTube vids:

    http://www.youtube.com/user/7863348

    Flickr photo's:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/15602393@N05/sets/

  9. #29
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    Anyone who has purchased a Miller cover for the DX200 will already know that you can't use the cover with the lines and cables hooked up to the machine making the cover only good for transporting the unit. Well I wanted to use the cover with all the gear still attached to try and keep the dust off the welder so I asked my wife to modify the cover so it would slide on over with all the lines and cables attached so that's what she did. Now the cover is much more functional in my opinion. Maybe Miller should look at this simple modification.
    Attached Images Attached Images
    Miller matic 350P
    Millermatic 252/Spool gun
    Miller Spectrum 875 plasma
    Miller Dynasty 200 DX
    Miller Coolmate 3
    Miller Elite ( INFERNO Digital)
    2008 Miller Trailblazer 302/Custom trailer
    Custom DX200 Crazy Cart
    Sofia 13 X 30 Lathe
    MODERN 10X50 knee mill with Fagor 40i DRO
    Craftex 30 Mill/Drill

    All this stuff below was done with Miller gear


    My YouTube vids:

    http://www.youtube.com/user/7863348

    Flickr photo's:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/15602393@N05/sets/

  10. #30
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    Someone could make herself a few extra bucks (loonies) making those covers for our welders.

    I want a cover for my Millermatic 185 that covers the welder, bottle and hooked up cables, all at the same time.............

    And the same thing for my Syncroweld 180SD............

    Oh, BTW....Great looking cart! You obviously have a lot of time on your hands during those cold NF winters......:-)

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