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  1. #8601

    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    While not today, I have recently made my welding table. 1" plate top and salvage yard I-beams for the frame. I am installing the lifting mechanism for the casters shortly when I receive my last caster - single lever for the lifting action. Leveling feet will be added at the same time. There are 2 pull out trailer hitch tooling mounts on one end of the table.





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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    Quote Originally Posted by psacustomcreations View Post
    It does make it rougher. Even though I do not have the skill of 5th Street or Dot, I think that may be part of what gives the welds part of their appearance.
    Using a fresh tungsten, wiping with acetone and then using the stainless wire brush to prep, I still end up with a less than ideal looking weld. I get better looking welds at home on 100% Argon.
    These items are going to be sand blasted and then painted to slow the time for corrosion since they will be on a boat.
    I have mentioned it before, but we had 8 bottles of medical grade helium several years ago. I initially tried to return some of them for credit on our account but the store would not accept them, even with the shrink wrap still on the valve. I am now down to a little over 4 bottles.
    My finance people have asked in the past why we are paying lease fees on all these tanks. I only use one bottle of HE or so a year. I still have one full sized bottle of O2 I need to use up but rarely use Oxy-acetylene at work.
    I may break out the Broco cutting torch and play with it in the future just to have some fun and use some O2.

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    Pat,

    One more flow meter and a Y-connector and you can easily have a "poor-mans" gas mixing set up so you can play around with different He/Ar mixes for various aluminum welding situations. I think it'd go a long way to helping you out for the kinds of things I see you welding.

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  3. #8603
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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    Quote Originally Posted by zolimark View Post
    While not today, I have recently made my welding table. 1" plate top and salvage yard I-beams for the frame. I am installing the lifting mechanism for the casters shortly when I receive my last caster - single lever for the lifting action. Leveling feet will be added at the same time. There are 2 pull out trailer hitch tooling mounts on one end of the table.





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    Good looking table. Welcome from VA.
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  4. #8604
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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    HT2, another flow meter and "Y" is in my list of things to get for work. In the interim, I may try to do some partial pressure blending of my own.

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  5. #8605
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    Show us what you welded today!

    I think I'm in the right thread now! Thanks HT2!

    Made a security cover for the access ladder. 8ft tall, 20" wide. Welded end caps in.








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  6. #8606

    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    Welded on the lever arm for my weld table lift - times two.

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  7. #8607

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    Final pics of my fly press stand before going out for powder coat.





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  8. #8608
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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    I didn't get to build much these last 2 weeks but I did get some pics

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    The last picture is how bad the smoke here has been for the last couple weeks.

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  10. #8610
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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    As usual, your work looks great, 5th Street Fab!

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    Nice work man. Wish I could work there and get as good as your getting!im 20 miles north of the fire right along the Columbia. Luckily that river is in between.

  12. #8612
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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    this is my latest project. carte' blanche on overtime. a few year's ago the prison laundry got 3 new machines. i built a base for the biggest washer using plans supplied by the manufacturer. fast forward to last week when out of the blue the laundry officer discovers the remaining machines are shifting on their concrete pads.
    these are built from 4" H beams and will be through bolted with 6" fish plates and 1" threaded rods at each corner. welded with 7018 straight from the oven.
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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    Quote Originally Posted by 5th Street Fab View Post
    I didn't get to build much these last 2 weeks
    What do you get to do when you are not building stuff?


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    Fish smoker....... Have to do the rack, fire bricks, water pan and smoke chip box this afternoon. Needs cord hangers and a nice door latch.No thermometer. I'll run it several days, oil season the inside and make a dial of actual temps.
    Fish racks but also hangers in case he gets wild and wants do do ribs or hams or...... 70 to 165 F in 3-4 minutes on 110.
    175 C(350) as fast, but on 220 .
    The thermostat is horizontal and the burners click back and forth/left to right to keep it even if the door is opened.
    1 1/2 insulated throughout. Double wall 16. The castors suck but it will seldom get moved.

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  15. #8615

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    Backyard heater for cool fall nights. Added flame slots today. Super clean burning no smoke to speak of.

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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    Is this unit going inside a coverd patio area? Seems like it would need to be indoor to be effective. Welcome to the forum btw

  17. #8617

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    No it sets outside and the heat it put off is much more than a open campfire,no smoke in your face and burns incredibly complete without messing the fire at all. The three vents at the base make for a very good draw.

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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    Quote Originally Posted by dakota3717 View Post
    Backyard heater for cool fall nights. Added flame slots today. Super clean burning no smoke to speak of.

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    those look very nice. almost a rocket stove type set up...I like that the flame and embers are kept inside the unit and the warming rack on top...what kind of tank did you use?

  19. #8619

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    80gallon compressor tank.

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    Flames were a good addition.

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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    Looks nice!

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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    Quote Originally Posted by docwelder View Post
    this is my latest project. carte' blanche on overtime. a few year's ago the prison laundry got 3 new machines. i built a base for the biggest washer using plans supplied by the manufacturer. fast forward to last week when out of the blue the laundry officer discovers the remaining machines are shifting on their concrete pads.
    these are built from 4" H beams and will be through bolted with 6" fish plates and 1" threaded rods at each corner. welded with 7018 straight from the oven.

    it's hard to believe they are 4" beams they look so much bigger in the picture ,I guess it is true the camera does add 6"to a womens BUTT

  23. #8623
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    Quote Originally Posted by gxbxc View Post
    it's hard to believe they are 4" beams they look so much bigger in the picture ,I guess it is true the camera does add 6"to a womens BUTT
    it's just a 13 pound 4" h beam. any bigger and i wouldn't be able to lift it
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