I'm learning MIG and other metal working, all while setting up a shop/man cave using metal in a residential garage (w 50 AMP service!).
I want to buy a plate and use it for an temporary welding table placed on metal saw horses (for thin wall square tube as I make shelve brackets, bench legs, etc.) I'll need to tack stuff to the plate for jigs.
Eventually I'll make a nice welding table with C-Channel, so I'll want to be able to cut up the plate for whatever down the road.
What's a good thickness that I'll be able to cut in a garage workshop (probably with some hand tool I don't yet own?)
I have a nice De-Walt angle grinder, but don't mind buying new hand tools.