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    Just finished this, my first real welding project with the Miller 210 Great way to spend the shutdown...
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    Re: Welding Table

    Nice. Clean lines. Functional... love the shelf and especially the electrical outlets.
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    Very nice! Simple, overbuilt, and comepletely functional - perfect design for a metal work station imo.

    Now comes the eternal battle to keep the table top free from becoming another clutter bomb. It always starts with either a clamp, a hammer, or a bottle of wd40 type stuff for me. Just putting it down for 5 mins until I finish this project, i swear.

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    Re: Welding Table

    Quote Originally Posted by SlowBlues View Post
    Very nice! Simple, overbuilt, and comepletely functional - perfect design for a metal work station imo.

    Now comes the eternal battle to keep the table top free from becoming another clutter bomb. It always starts with either a clamp, a hammer, or a bottle of wd40 type stuff for me. Just putting it down for 5 mins until I finish this project, i swear.

    Ive noticed that, like the wood benches, if I set an item down and walk away, when i comeback, there can be anywhere from 4-7 new items and some drink bottles or cans. Shop goblins do this.

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    Re: Welding Table

    Nice looking, only change I would have made is the electrical outlet cord, I buy a 25' extension cord and cut the female end of and connect it into a box like you have. I never need to find one when I want to use a tool at the table just unroll it to a wall outlet.
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    Re: Welding Table

    Nice table

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    Re: Welding Table

    Looks good and nice to see you didnít cheap out on wheels.
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    Re: Welding Table

    [QUOTE=Lis2323;8749066]Looks good and nice to see you didn’t cheap out on wheels. [/QUOT

    This and chop saw level with table nice touch. Good job
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    Re: Welding Table

    Awesome design, I’m building a table now and like the cutoff saw and electrical outlet, I will definitely incorporate in my table

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    Very slick design, and kudos for thinking to mount the chop saw like that.

    Having that box underneath is very handy. I did similar a couple months back and love the organization that the drawers give me. Now I'm looking for another top box to add so I can have even more drawers!

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    Re: Welding Table

    Looks great
    I like plug side with short cord for extension cord.
    I did that with power tools due number times the long cord was cut. All I had just a new extension cord and keep on working

    Great design
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    Re: Welding Table

    I forgot to say
    I like placement of saw and the color.

    Dave

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