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  1. #26
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    Re: Temporary table thickness? - Cut it up later

    Quote Originally Posted by walker View Post
    Do yourself a favor and tack the plate to the horses.
    The saw horses are made of thin metal, it almost feel like tin or pot metal. See those two holes, there are three more sets covered by plate. I guess I could reach up and tack the edge of the hole to the plate?

    COMPLETELY clueless as to how to set my MIG welder for something like that!
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  2. #27
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    Re: Temporary table thickness? - Cut it up later

    Quote Originally Posted by Brad Hodges View Post
    The saw horses are made of thin metal, it almost feel like tin or pot metal. See those two holes, there are three more sets covered by plate. I guess I could reach up and tack the edge of the hole to the plate?

    COMPLETELY clueless as to how to set my MIG welder for something like that!
    I would tack some clips to the PLATE so they will keep the plate from sliding . Kinda like I did to this channel so it stays on the '' V '' of the pipe stand.
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  3. #28
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    Re: Temporary table thickness? - Cut it up later

    Some clamps would help there, especially if you have aluminum saw horses.
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