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    Quote Originally Posted by Lis2323 View Post
    We donít water down our beer....
    Only time I water down my beer is over ice cause it's too warm to drink. Here's my latest beer of choice. Yeah it only takes a couple for the feel good to kick in

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    Re: Show us what you welded today

    A little apprehensive about posting my project here but what the heck.

    I got tired of my 4x6 bandsaw teeter tottering from side to side when I tried to move it so I carved up some 1Ē .060 wall tube that I salvaged from a Gap store display table. Thought it was painted, turns out itís powder coated.
    Took a bit to sort out the settings in my Millermatic 130. Welds look awful but they will hold.

    Still need to add some brackets to hold down the saw, casters and a chip tray.



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    All tacked... just need to weld out.

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    Re: Show us what you welded today

    Quote Originally Posted by DavidR8 View Post
    A little apprehensive about posting my project here but what the heck.

    I got tired of my 4x6 bandsaw teeter tottering from side to side when I tried to move it so I carved up some 1” .060 wall tube that I salvaged from a Gap store display table. Thought it was painted, turns out it’s powder coated.
    Took a bit to sort out the settings in my Millermatic 130. Welds look awful but they will hold.

    Still need to add some brackets to hold down the saw, casters and a chip tray.



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    Ooowwww my eyes!!!!!


    Just kidding I never have like my 4x6 for it's built in stand but never took an opportunity to remedy it like you just did with yours... Nice!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidR8 View Post
    A little apprehensive about posting my project here but what the heck.


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    I used to be like that. After the first round of criticisms I put EVERYONE on ignore and Iíve been fine ever since.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ronsii View Post
    Ooowwww my eyes!!!!!


    Just kidding I never have like my 4x6 for it's built in stand but never took an opportunity to remedy it like you just did with yours... Nice!!!!
    Thanks!
    Itís actually the first thing of any substance that Iíve made


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    Quote Originally Posted by lis2323 View Post
    i used to be like that. After the first round of criticisms i put everyone on ignore and i’ve been fine ever since.
    lolroflmao!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lis2323 View Post
    I used to be like that. After the first round of criticisms I put EVERYONE on ignore and Iíve been fine ever since.
    If I could fabricate and weld half as good as you Iíd be doing well!


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    Quote Originally Posted by ronsii View Post

    I actually have plenty of cad programs I draw stuff in and a couple plasma tables and a couple small lasers cutters... etc... just hard to find the time to do fun personal stuff these days
    Someday Iíd like to update to either a laser or water table. Been doing some aluminum work and the plasma leaves too much cleanup and warpage on lighter gauge material.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lis2323 View Post
    I used to be like that. After the first round of criticisms I put EVERYONE on ignore and I’ve been fine ever since.
    I just upload the pics at a low resolution so that when you try to enlarge to examine the welds it gets too blurry to see much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BluCllrPlt View Post
    I just upload the pics at a low resolution so that when you try to enlarge to examine the welds it gets too blurry to see much.
    I tried that initially and got slammed for not upgrading my ďflip phoneĒ . Tough crowd over here....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lis2323 View Post
    I tried that initially and got slammed for not upgrading my “flip phone” . Tough crowd over here....
    Farm the tech stuff off to Sid... He may be uncoordinated and slow but there ain't much he can't do with a computer...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronsii View Post
    Farm the tech stuff off to Sid... He may be uncoordinated and slow but there ain't much he can't do with a computer...
    I havenít seen him since day end Friday when I handed him his pay envelope.

    He acted like he had never seen one before and ran off like he was afraid I made a mistake,,??!!
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    Re: Show us what you welded today

    Quote Originally Posted by DavidR8 View Post
    A little apprehensive about posting my project here but what the heck.

    I got tired of my 4x6 bandsaw teeter tottering from side to side when I tried to move it so I carved up some 1” .060 wall tube that I salvaged from a Gap store display table. Thought it was painted, turns out it’s powder coated.
    Took a bit to sort out the settings in my Millermatic 130. Welds look awful but they will hold.

    Still need to add some brackets to hold down the saw, casters and a chip tray.



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    Nice Job.
    I did pretty much the same thing 20 years ago to my" Amrox" saw. Just last year I put the wheels on after it got tipped over again, and the finally cracked the casting. Easier to move, and less prone to tipping(not tip proof).

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    Re: Show us what you welded today

    Quote Originally Posted by N2 Welding View Post
    Only time I water down my beer is over ice cause it's too warm to drink. Here's my latest beer of choice. Yeah it only takes a couple for the feel good to kick in

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    I've never been a beer lover. Much of my life I preferred hard cider, not so much these days. I drink 4 growlers of beer a year now. Best I've ever tasted is Drop In Brewery Middlebury VT "HEART OF LOTHIAN" Lothian is a town in Scotland. It is a dark heavy beer with the flavor of a warm slice of dark whole grain bread. When God himself talks of good beer, it is this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by albrightree View Post
    "Lagunitas" aren't they the ones making "Newcastle Brown Ale " in america now ?
    I don’t know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lis2323 View Post
    I haven’t seen him since day end Friday when I handed him his pay envelope.

    He acted like he had never seen one before and ran off like he was afraid I made a mistake,,??!!
    Ahhhh shoot!!!!, you paid him money around here he works for room and board I set him up a little pallet enclosure behind the shop with some cardboard sides and a blue tarp on top.... he seemed to like it

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    Not a lot of welding but help do a lot of welding. Has 20 tubes.








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    Re: Show us what you welded today

    Quote Originally Posted by sand_man_red View Post
    Not a lot of welding but help do a lot of welding. Has 20 tubes.







    What is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HotRodTroy View Post
    What is it?

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    Looks like a filler rod holder to me
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    Quote Originally Posted by HotRodTroy View Post
    What is it?

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    Looks like a gatling filler gun the neat part is you'll what you're running out of... because it will be on top

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    Quote Originally Posted by sand_man_red View Post
    Not a lot of welding but help do a lot of welding. Has 20 tubes.







    that's pretty clever. How many beers deep were you before you conjured up this idea ??? Thinkers want to know...
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    Quote Originally Posted by N2 Welding View Post
    that's pretty clever. How many beers deep were you before you conjured up this idea ??? Thinkers want to know...
    I saw the concept of dispensing from the bottom of a vertical tube somewhere else and liked that. Not sure where it got combined with the rotary magazine. Maybe between beer 2 and 3? But it fits the space I have and puts it up high where it helps keep the little floor space I have open.

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