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    Cool Setting up my place

    I'm setting a place (about 20ft x 30ft). I'm gonna have two tables, one movable and the other fixed, also have plans for a portable work station I found (was made from wood over a steel frame).

    Movable table (1/2" top 24" by 48")



    Fixed table (1/4" top 29" by 50")


    Work Station (29" by 25")



    Maybe will do smething like this:

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    What kind of fabbing will you be doing?...Bob
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    Quote Originally Posted by aametalmaster View Post
    What kind of fabbing will you be doing?...Bob
    Will start with 4-5 of this:

    Or this one



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    Quote Originally Posted by GilNewWelder View Post
    Will start with 4-5 of this:

    Or this one


    Cool. Need some of these???...Bob
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    In the picture labled fixed table I see a huge fire hazard. Lots of stuff on the shelves that are most likely flammable. Make sure you know where your sparks from grinding, cutting, etc. are going. Get a few extinguishers.

    Good luck with the first "job".
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    Quote Originally Posted by MMW View Post
    In the picture labled fixed table I see a huge fire hazard. Lots of stuff on the shelves that are most likely flammable. Make sure you know where your sparks from grinding, cutting, etc. are going. Get a few extinguishers.

    Good luck with the first "job".
    Thanks for the comment but the table was outside the room when I took that picture. The room I'm going to use is empty right now because need to set up some pegboard to hang some c-clamp, etc. Thanks again

    P.D. Will get some Fire Extinguisher also



    Last edited by GilNewWelder; 04-29-2012 at 01:17 PM.

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    Looks great man the only thong thay giys me is you.meed braces on the bottom.of the fixed table or over time due to heat and weight it will warp. I really like it though I wish I had a vise and bench grinder on a floating table.
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    Good luck ! Check some of the table work bench threads for more ideas to help make it more efficient. Receiver tube is a must on table along with a place to hang grinders, clamps, hammers, squares, etc. It will be nice with a dedicated work room. look for a four wheel cart for material moving or storage. WHEELS is the answer on concrete.Have fun and keep us posted !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rezeppa View Post
    Looks great man the only thong thay giys me is you.meed braces on the bottom.of the fixed table or over time due to heat and weight it will warp. I really like it though I wish I had a vise and bench grinder on a floating table.
    Did some work on my fixed table this weekend. When I took the last picture it wasn't finished. Hopefully I'll finish it this coming week.





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    Nice, that frame work for shelf will work out well. What distance above floor are you going to set it ? I would set it for whatever you want to store underneath. Never have enough storage.

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