02 May. 1986|
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All this and much more is available to you absolutely free when you register; for an account, so join our community today today! Its tough to see in the pic, but we used two cheap bottle jacks between the caster bars and cross bars on the table. I also added two 2" hitch receivers to be able to make mounts for my grinder, saw, and so on in the future.
My welds varied from sucky to fairly decent but overall I need a lot more practice for them to look nice.
Ok well I'm working on some cad drawings for a welding table il be working on at some point in the near future. First post, first time user of Google Sketch-Up and this will be my first welding project so feel free to comment as such. The problem is it's going to be a small in the garage style table that won't weigh anywhere near 50 pounds and I'd like something heavy so I can do some bending on it without the table moving on me.So without adding bulky heavy metal which will drive the cost up.
Eventually I'll wire my garage for 220V and get a bigger welder but for now it'll have to do.
But I was only gona use 2x2 8th inch and angle iron for the main construction which is light weight.