I also posted this over on the Hobart site, but thought some of my True Blue friends might wanna look/see too.

I'm in the middle of building a new welding table (which will be the topic of a future post) but the table is utilizing 2" receiver pieces in key areas for supporting a plasma cutting tray, vise, etc.
Over the weekend, I did the vice support. Now, some of the old guys on here could whip one of these up in a matter of minutes, but I'm a little slower.
Here is the vice and the receiver:

Here are the parts: The plate was plasma cut using the cheapo chinese Parker plasma cutter from some scrap 3/16" stuff I had laying around. I actually removed the base section of the vice and used it as the actual torch guide for the plasma cutter, then cleaned/touched it up on a Wilton 4200A. The 4 triangular pieces are scrap from 45 degree cuts on some 1" angle I did for the frame for the plasma cutting section that I'm building for the table.

Here they are welded out:

And here is everything primed/painted, fitted and installed on the table:

This is nothing fancy but it was a nice little welding project over the weekend plus it put me one step closer to finishing my table.