Well, after 35 years away from welding I've decided to get back into it as a hobby and for some possible retirement income.
Since my back is no longer in any kind of shape for working off the floor I decided to build a table to work from. I looked over the pics on all the welding forums and finally decided that the table project on the Miller website would suit me best. It's 4' x 6', with a 3/8" top. Wrestling that 367 lb sheet of plate was some fun!
I haven't decided if I want to put in the plasma grate and grit collection box yet, as I'm really not sure if I want to give up the real estate. Guess I can always add that later.
Looks like I can't upload any pics of the table because of the size restriction. 39K isn't much bigger than an icon, is it?
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Thread: Miller projects welding table
10-19-2005, 10:55 PM #1kiv Guest
Miller projects welding table
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10-20-2005, 05:11 PM #2
Yes the size restriction kinda sucks, but what do we expect for free. I upload my pics to my Yahoo photo album first than post them here, they come out smaller. I use to rassle big sheets around when i was a sheetmetal worker but i don't do much of that anymore. My work benchs are 4x4x3/8 thick and 1 1/2thick x 56x28 and a 26" formed 3/8" c channel x76 long...BobBob Wright, Grandson of Tee Nee Boat Trailer Founder
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