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    Cool Bar!
    The cart is nice too! Even if it is blue.
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    The MILLER 211 an the CST 280
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    I just got my first welder. Hobart Handler 140 , I guess alot of people make a cart as their first project. Here is mine.

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    My Trailblazer on cart. A modified trailer to set Trailblazer with cart on trailer. Attachment 669391 Attachment 669431

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    Would it be stupid to build a cart with 4 swivel wheels?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrooklynBravest View Post
    Would it be stupid to build a cart with 4 swivel wheels?
    No bud, not unless you enjoy pushing it while its doing figure 8's. We have hydraulic tables like that and they are annoying to move. They never go where you want.
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    I built this using a 3 wheel cart ( in red) I bought from a co-worker for $10. The blue part is a Harbor Freight cart I cut the wheel holders off. I then welder a piece of 1/4" plate to the 3 wheel cart and bolted the Harbor Freight cart on it. Top is a thermal Arc 211I and the covered welder is a Lincoln SP-100.






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    Don't have the Lincoln SP175 anymore. There is a HF TIG welder in it's place now. And 2 bottles of welding gas, 72/25 & Argon. And a small bottle of acetylene behind the Century stick welder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rahtreelimbs View Post
    I built this using a 3 wheel cart ( in red) I bought from a co-worker for $10.
    I you ever want to triple your money on the 3 wheel cart I'm your guy to call. I have a 250 Idealarc that would ride nicely on that.

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    I'm in the process of building my first cart and learning to tig weld at the same time. Every tack on this cart was tigged. I still need to get some sheet metal for the shelves and install some hangers and bottle strapping.

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    Just a couple welders, big hammers, grinders, and torches.
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    Nothing like a re-purposed shopping cart. I started by only wanting the wheels...but got lazy. New Hobart 211MVP on the cart with C25 mix. Snow plowed killed the cart last year, so the basket was cut off. Can't argue with free.

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    I have to admit, that is one of the most non shopping cart looking shopping cart welding carts I have ever seen.

    (I meant that as a compliment)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pipeliner View Post
    I have to admit, that is one of the most non shopping cart looking shopping cart welding carts I have ever seen.

    (I meant that as a compliment)
    Stay tuned I'll post some pictures of the one I have in the works


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    Quote Originally Posted by 7A749 View Post
    Ok, here it is! The Welding Cart Thread!

    Post them up! Any type, any size, any machine. If you want to do a build thread, create a separate one & post the finished product here.

    ANY brand of machine is welcome. ANY level of fabrication skill is ok. Of course, constructive comments or ideas for improvements, etc are just fine. Any posts critical of import machines, cheap shots, bashes, etc will be deleted and appropriate action taken.

    We all know the routine

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    Steve, you really suck First you post a pic of your masterpiece, then Shovelon puts pics of his on another thread, then just to put us all to shame ZTfab chimes in

    Okay I'm way out of my league, but here is my pitiful effort at putting wheels on my little green toad. Despite having a wood drawer, my only consolation is asking you guys where do you put your stuff like tips, nozzles, cups, tungsten and circle guides?. I got tired of things laying around and falling off the top of my welders so I built in the equivalent of a kitchen junk drawer on my cart

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    It's a work in progress. I have the top tray and legs done. Drawing is not at all to scale, the tank fits under the machine I wanted to conserve garage space.Attachment 673251

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7A749 View Post
    HOLY CRAP IRISH!!

    YOU ACTUALLY PAINTED YOUR CART!!!

    Looks good Wayne
    Yeah. I pulled that pic from the last pics in my build thread.

    I guess I still need to take a pic of the whole thing together. Just been to busy using it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rahtreelimbs View Post
    I built this using a 3 wheel cart ( in red) I bought from a co-worker for $10. The blue part is a Harbor Freight cart I cut the wheel holders off. I then welder a piece of 1/4" plate to the 3 wheel cart and bolted the Harbor Freight cart on it. Top is a thermal Arc 211I and the covered welder is a Lincoln SP-100.





    looks like the running gear from my ancient idealarc except mine has square wheels.
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    Well fella's here's my humble attempt at a welding cart. I suffer from a lack of room for all my junk!!!! So I have to condense everything nice and tight. All my equip is on wheels so I can move stuff out of my way as needed.Attachment 674431Attachment 674441Attachment 674451Attachment 674461
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    Just a couple welders, big hammers, grinders, and torches.
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    Quote Originally Posted by docwelder View Post
    looks like the running gear from my ancient idealarc except mine has square wheels.
    How the hell does THAT work?

    Square wheels?
    If you cant fix it with a hammer, it must be an electrical problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7A749 View Post
    I never thought I would live to see the day you would paint anything.....

    It looks good man
    If you'll look close you'll see my other carts are painted. It's just that I normally use flat black. I decided to fancy this one up a little.

    Thanks. In truth I ran out of paint before finishing the drawers. The insides are only primed.
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    Repurposed "Sun Analyzer" from the 60s. made a compartment door for the Argon. this will be for the "tig".

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