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  1. #11
    Join Date
    Aug 2004
    Milan Michigan


    Manisoba,Thanks for the clarification.

  2. #12
    Join Date
    Nov 2007
    Central Idaho

    Default Welding table and cylinders

    With regard as to whether or not the cylinders need to be upright, I think that is only true with acetylene. It may be recommended that others be upright, but from my experience over the last 6 years with this set-up, I don't see why.

    This table is in use 5-6 days a week and I have not had any problem with the regulators. They sit back far enough that they are not exposed to anything that might be dropped or swung. I do have to be careful, though, to keep the lenses pointed down when I am welding - otherwise they get slag pits.

    I now have 3 bottles - argon, 75/25, and tri-mix. I have a Y connector on the back of the machine that lets me switch gases without having to disconnect and re-connect every time I switch processes.

    Not every table is right for everyone, but this one has worked very well for my small business.

    Thanks for looking, and thanks for the comments.

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