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    Just got this Miller 215 first project build a cart for it. Made it out of some old shelving material and bed frame.

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    Works pretty good got the spool gun and tig kit as well so far so good.

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    Wow,

    That's a tidy and smart looking package of a welding cart. I like the two-bottle capacity, and the clamping action for them. It's hardly noticeable how you cleverly kept the material cost down too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by odd6hunter View Post
    Just got this Miller 215 first project build a cart for it. Made it out of some old shelving material and bed frame.

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    Works pretty good got the spool gun and tig kit as well so far so good.
    Looks great. Insert some pvc pipe in those rings welded on the backside for tig rod holders.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MadWood&Fab View Post
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    nicely done
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    Here is mine, recently finished. This is for a TIG welder on the center shelf, plasma cutter on the top, and gas bottle in the back. Some hooks to attach hoses and cords, larger ones in the back for the very thick power extension cords. It could have been made more simply, but this was good for practice.

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    Just built this for my new ahp with some scrap aluminum tubing added the stainless top for a little work area will probably just be a catch all though
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    AHP 200x size question:

    I am waiting for mine to arrive, what are the base dimensions so I can build/shop for a cart?

    height?

    thanks!!
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    Hey,

    I'm likin' this one, especially how the shelf fronts protrude a little, and how they succesively tier down a bit too.

    The paint finish is cool too.


    Quote Originally Posted by LeChuck View Post
    Here is mine, recently finished. This is for a TIG welder on the center shelf, plasma cutter on the top, and gas bottle in the back. Some hooks to attach hoses and cords, larger ones in the back for the very thick power extension cords. It could have been made more simply, but this was good for practice.
    Peace to you all,
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    CAT250D 200 amp DC TIG/Stick/Plasma

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    Quote Originally Posted by C. Livingstone View Post
    Hey,

    I'm likin' this one, especially how the shelf fronts protrude a little, and how they succesively tier down a bit too.

    The paint finish is cool too.
    Thanks. The paint is Rustoleum hammered grey, brushed on. A bit of a pain to get all the different sides...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BruceinLA View Post
    AHP 200x size question:

    I am waiting for mine to arrive, what are the base dimensions so I can build/shop for a cart?

    height?

    thanks!!

    The dimensions I have for the 200x are approx. 20" long x 9" wide x 22" Tall.

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    Re: The Welding Cart Thread... Post 'Em Up!!

    I would add a couple inches for the length of the AHP, and keep the back open for connections and to reach the on/off switch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadWood&Fab View Post
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    I like the chain you use to secure the fuel tank, very cool.

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    Old vacuum cleaner handle

    gg

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    last weeks project to hold water cooler...


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    Quote Originally Posted by hog guts View Post
    last weeks project to hold water cooler...


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    Nice
    How is the htp? And about how much is one with the water cooler

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    Well apparently all the welders are the same they come with built in power port for cooler to plug into so when you turn on the welder power it powers the cooler automatically along with it which is nice. I waited two years to get the cooler because I kept saying to myself it's not gonna change what I can weld and I can spend the money on other tools that give me more return. I was wrong kind of. I wish I would have had the cooler two years ago its sooooo nice. Torch stays cool don't even need a glove to hold it and the one thing I didn't know is that the tungsten and other parts stay much cooler as well. I can reduce gas flow and still keep tungsten cooler than air cooled torch it makes all the difference in the world. And the torch is much smaller and the collets and parts are much smaller and they work better. For a new cooler two gal of coolant a new torch 25ft length and a ground 15ft extension and another extension cord and the new torch comes with leather protector included was < $1000 the cooler way six something I believe. If you don't have one get one


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    A couple photos of carts I made.
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    Going to make this simple cart out of a filing cabinet I have. Just waiting for the new mig to get here now!

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    Finished up my cart this weekend. Finally warm enough for some paint.














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    Just bought my first welder a couple weeks ago and this is my first project. I'm pretty happy with how it came out (everything is square). The frame is 1.25" 14ga tubing, the top is a piece of scrap 1/4" plate (22" x 46") and the cabinet was a craigslist find. All in right about $200 including paint/consumables.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 417scott View Post
    Just bought my first welder a couple weeks ago and this is my first project. I'm pretty happy with how it came out (everything is square). The frame is 1.25" 14ga tubing, the top is a piece of scrap 1/4" plate (22" x 46") and the cabinet was a craigslist find. All in right about $200 including paint/consumables.
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    This is exactly what I want to build. I appreciate the inspiration.
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    Got it finished up for the most part. Just a couple odds and ends before I throw some paint on it. Turned out decent for only spending about $30.


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    Hey,

    That's a fun, modern, original, and elegant design. Very nice!

    Personally, the PVC tubes seem to detract from it a bit. I'd probably use clear tubing. I mean, I just use the clear tubing that Weldcote filler comes in on my cart arrangement. Visually, the clear is more interesting looking to me, it make filler easily identifiable too.


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    Finished up my cart this weekend. Finally warm enough for some paint.
    Peace to you all,
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