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Project Submitted: 5/13/2021
I was out for a walk when I saw curved pieces of square tubing from a home gym on the curb for garbage day. I claimed them and decided to use them to make a cart for my new MIG welder. Although the cart has a small fortprint, it is not likely to tip over. The tank and the heavier part of the welder are inside the triangle defined by the location of the casters. I made a hinged handle for pulling or pushing the cart to a new location. The handle uses a magnet to hold it upright against the tank when not in use.. later I added some 16 gauge steel under the frame so I can store extra MIG wire, tips, and welder tools. A rebar cactus holds my hood and the cables.
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