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    Shop built or factory TIG carts, let's see them...

    I'm going to be needing a cart for my new TIG, water cooler and a 300CF bottle. Debating on building VS buying a kit or prefab cart. Let's see what you've got?

    Thanks,

    JAS
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    Re: Shop built or factory TIG carts, let's see them...

    There is a welding cart sticky.

    http://weldingweb.com/showthread.php...ead-Post-Em-Up!!

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    Re: Shop built or factory TIG carts, let's see them...

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    Re: Shop built or factory TIG carts, let's see them...

    Hey! Does Coultas know you’re playing on the internet, when your suppose to be out building America?
    Don’t pay any attention to me
    I’m just a hobbyist!

    Carl

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    Re: Shop built or factory TIG carts, let's see them...

    Quote Originally Posted by CEP View Post
    Hey! Does Coultas know you’re playing on the internet, when your suppose to be out building America?
    Hey!!!!! I put that question up at 6:15 this morning!!!! Ooops, it's 10:55 and I'm checking weldingweb
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    Re: Shop built or factory TIG carts, let's see them...

    Seems when we worked for General, we were on the pay roll 24/7!
    Don’t pay any attention to me
    I’m just a hobbyist!

    Carl

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    Re: Shop built or factory TIG carts, let's see them...

    JAS what do you think about one of these? Welder on top, cooler in the bottom. Then make a bottle rack off one end.
    https://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky-36...1QWK/204856169
    Don’t pay any attention to me
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    Carl

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    Re: Shop built or factory TIG carts, let's see them...

    Quote Originally Posted by CEP View Post
    JAS what do you think about one of these? Welder on top, cooler in the bottom. Then make a bottle rack off one end.
    https://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky-36...1QWK/204856169
    That thing doesn't look like it will hold a loaf of bread
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    Re: Shop built or factory TIG carts, let's see them...

    I used a tool cart for my V350-Pro, and LF-74 wire feeder.
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    Don’t pay any attention to me
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    Carl

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    Re: Shop built or factory TIG carts, let's see them...

    imma guess that tool cart you have uses thicker steel for the corners/legs. They are extremely thin these days.
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    Re: Shop built or factory TIG carts, let's see them...

    Here’s a cart I built for my Syncro 200



    And a skid for my Syncro 351. Moved with pallet jack or forklift.

    ​Terry

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    Re: Shop built or factory TIG carts, let's see them...

    Took the day off today to get a head start on the weekend and start building my TIG cart...

    Oh, and the UPS man dropped off my new machine just in time.







    1963 SA 200 Redface, rebuilt by me, bodywork by CEP
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    Re: Shop built or factory TIG carts, let's see them...

    Quote Originally Posted by JAS View Post
    Took the day off today
    You did what!
    Don’t pay any attention to me
    I’m just a hobbyist!

    Carl

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    SG Spool gun
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    PowerArc 200ST
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    Re: Shop built or factory TIG carts, let's see them...

    I know, not good.... ��
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    Re: Shop built or factory TIG carts, let's see them...

    JAS what is the name of that big Fab shop we dealt with in the Tacoma tide flat area? Are they still in business?
    Don’t pay any attention to me
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    Carl

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    Re: Shop built or factory TIG carts, let's see them...

    Here's the one I built for my Dynasty 200. Water cooler on bottom, side rails so people can't crash into the welder.


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    Re: Shop built or factory TIG carts, let's see them...

    Quote Originally Posted by flipsk12 View Post
    Here's the one I built for my Dynasty 200. Water cooler on bottom, side rails so people can't crash into the welder.

    Nice job! I REALLY like that.
    ​Terry

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    Re: Shop built or factory TIG carts, let's see them...

    Thank you.

    I've got just enough room for two bottles on the back. And the white strap you can see going over the welder prevents any further mishaps.

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    Re: Shop built or factory TIG carts, let's see them...

    I found buildings a cart is better
    I never find a MFG cart will do job
    I like large wheels , hold my cords, a stop to my helmet fire extinguisher and fit 1 tank
    I also weld and can build one

    Dave
    Quote Originally Posted by JAS View Post
    I'm going to be needing a cart for my new TIG, water cooler and a 300CF bottle. Debating on building VS buying a kit or prefab cart. Let's see what you've got?

    Thanks,

    JAS
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    Re: Shop built or factory TIG carts, let's see them...

    Quote Originally Posted by CEP View Post
    JAS what is the name of that big Fab shop we dealt with in the Tacoma tide flat area? Are they still in business?
    Jesse Engineering? Yes and then there’s Streich Bros.

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    Re: Shop built or factory TIG carts, let's see them...

    I thought for sure you were building a cart for amn SA200 or a Vantage 400. I guess you are just not as serious about your hobby welding as CEP.
    Mike

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    Re: Shop built or factory TIG carts, let's see them...

    Haha, well I already built a cart for my SA200!! CEP is nothing more than a hobby welder 👨*🏭 😂😂

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    Re: Shop built or factory TIG carts, let's see them...

    Quote Originally Posted by JAS View Post
    Jesse Engineering? Yes and then there’s Streich Bros.
    I forgot all about Jesse Engineering! Who was it that built the steel wing walls for the ferry terminals?
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    Re: Shop built or factory TIG carts, let's see them...

    Jesse built the wing walls. We have Streich Bros do stuff for us from time to time

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