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    well i finally got covers made for all my welders. took me long enough but they are all safe and purity now.
    now i gotta start on some carts for them, the welding shop is getting a lil crowded now too many grounding cords connected to the table, just too many welders. wait no no thats not what i meant. i just need more space, yaaaaa thats it.
    running out of good scrap I'm going to have to actually buy some materials to build then all nice lil carts that will all line up side by side in the next room and just wheel them in as needed and back out when I'm done. that should work for a wile any way. until i get power into the big shop. that will mean I'll have to move the welding table, not to shore i want to do that... .. might just have to find a better solution, maybe knock out a wall or too and do a lil reorganizing. that just might work. with any luck my neighbor is going to hire me to supervise the construction of a deck around his pool in the next few days that will cover material expenses. I'll be shore to share the new carts with you all when i get them finished, i am hoping for aluminum construction but will just have to see what i can afford or find.
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    thanks for the help
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    hope i helped

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    Quote Originally Posted by fun4now
    well i finally got covers made for all my welders. took me long enough but they are all safe and purity now.
    now i gotta start on some carts for them, the welding shop is getting a lil crowded now too many grounding cords connected to the table, just too many welders. wait no no thats not what i meant. i just need more space, yaaaaa thats it.
    running out of good scrap I'm going to have to actually buy some materials to build then all nice lil carts that will all line up side by side in the next room and just wheel them in as needed and back out when I'm done. that should work for a wile any way. until i get power into the big shop. that will mean I'll have to move the welding table, not to shore i want to do that... .. might just have to find a better solution, maybe knock out a wall or too and do a lil reorganizing. that just might work. with any luck my neighbor is going to hire me to supervise the construction of a deck around his pool in the next few days that will cover material expenses. I'll be shore to share the new carts with you all when i get them finished, i am hoping for aluminum construction but will just have to see what i can afford or find.
    im still lovin those covers are they slip on or use velcro.?

    Dave

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    i use a snap. just don't like velcro too much in the shop. it just seems to start collecting stuff and before ya know it you got some funky almost sticky thing that wont hold. the snaps seem the best option and with the large back flap behind them you really don't even need to snap it if you don't want to. i really like them, they are easy to use and I'm just as layzeee as any so that was considered when making them.
    thanks for the help
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    hope i helped

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    They look pretty nice james. As for the carts, maybe you could just add wheels to you're milk crates. (third picture)
    If I ever get sick and tired of useing an old bed sheet to cover mine I'll give you a call. Just can't aford luxury items right now.
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    hey dont go knocking my milk crat that there is a custom job, i added a plywood top to it to get good solid footing for the MM.
    as for the wheels for it still would need a tank holder, its straped to the wall around the corner wright now. but its getting the job done just a lil to cluterd.
    thanks for the help
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    hope i helped

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    Add a tank holder by strapping another milk crate to the one you got. Just mount it open end up & your all set once you put wheels on it. hahaha---MMW---
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    Default Custom Carts

    Hi there - I specialize in building customized running gear for welders and other machinery. E-mail me and maybe I can give you some ideas for your own. I love to trade and pass along information. I can even send you some pics of carts I made for myself. Tried to attach them here, but my pics must be too big!
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    Hey James,
    How about ya make me up a cover for my 210. It doesn't get used as often as the rest of my gear so it would be nice to keep it clean.
    Let me know what ya need.
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    no problem..... ..first you have to send me the MM210...... ...oh ya and i will need some time with it to inshure it is cover werthy.......shouldnt take more than about 1 or 2 years.

    no problem, i shot you an e-mail.
    thanks for the help
    ......or..........
    hope i helped

    feel free to shoot me an e-mail direct i have time to chat. james@newyorkmetalart.com
    summer is here, plant a tree. if you don't have space or time to plant one sponsor some one else to plant one for you. a tree is an investment in our planet, help it out.
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    i did not get a responce from you did you get my e-mail ??

    cool new addition to the covers guys, they are flame frtardent now, and blue, ya gota love it.
    thanks for the help
    ......or..........
    hope i helped

    feel free to shoot me an e-mail direct i have time to chat. james@newyorkmetalart.com
    summer is here, plant a tree. if you don't have space or time to plant one sponsor some one else to plant one for you. a tree is an investment in our planet, help it out.
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