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    Got it, and plenty of room for upward mobility!


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    Not a great picture but the chain is attached to bolts welded to the brace corners and secured with nuts and washers...

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    Partially finished my cart. Need to complete the bottom shelf and a couple finishing welds and add hooks. Maybe paint.

    Plus maybe incorporate some things I saw in this thread like a little drawer under one of the shelves.

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    Just finished my welding cart. I share my garage with my wood shop so space is at a premium. That's why I put everything on one cart. I also finished my welding table and work table.Name:  20160525_094557.jpg
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    Here is a picture of my welding cart I made with my Everlast 140ST, first project.

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    Here is my cart I built about a year ago. Posted it hear back then, but the pictures have disappeared. Made from a file cabinet, some bed frames and a lawn mower handle. A little red Rustoleum, some decals off Ebay and wheels and casters from Harbor Freight. Cost under $40.
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    Here are some pictures of a cart I made for my 2015 AHP Alpha 200 Tig Welder. I kept it on the cheap with a old file cabinet. To that I welded a angle frame around the bottom for the wheels, and extended at the back for the argon tank. To the frame I welded a handcart style handle at the back that allows me to tilt the whole cart back on 2 wheels to get over any steps. I fabricated a removable front lead protection front bumper. I used cardboard shipping tubes at the back to hold filler wire tubes. For lead hangers I cut an old worn frying pan in half ,screwed metal dollar store serving plated to the back side of the pan to compete the hangers. I am happy with the outcome ,it rolls easily, and hold all the accessories
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    I just modified a $40.99 eBay cart. Cut a vent hole in the back for some extra cooler air, put some extension pads on the top shelf to scoot the welder forward a bit
    so the tank clears it better. Welded a bracket on the handle to put the quick disconnect fittings up higher for access and less dripping.
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    well everyone has inspired me to build a cart for sure!!!! good job guys
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    Check out my YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqp...k-wpqmUyGs_i_w

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    Anddsn, Frying pan and serving plate...Me Likey!
    Dillon/Henrob/Cobra 2000, Victor 100FC, Meco-N-Midget, Hobart HH187, Miller Thunderbolt 225AC, Razorweld Vipercut 30A Plasma, and lots of grinders

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    A couple completed (for now) pictures. I would like to add a small set of drawers to the bottom shelf (that opens to one side) down the road for knick knacks and consumables.

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    No cart for the welder yet. How about a cylinder dolly?
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    1" square tubing and 2" angle. I used this as a chance to play with the Tweco 141. It did fine with the flux core, I'll keep my eyes open for a bargain on a gas cylinder so I can try actual mig.

    Jeff

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    Samson, what the demensions for your welding table?

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    I built a welding wire holder. it's awesome!!! It was literally spur-of-the-moment

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    Here is mine. I picked up the idea from this forum.




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    Throwing some color on it

    fcawvegasbob

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    ZTFab's precision engineered CNC product now on the market as a RTW cart. Impressive.

    http://www.weldingtipsandtricks.com/...ing-carts.html
    "Discovery is to see what everybody else has seen, and to think what nobody else has thought" - Albert Szent-Gyorgyi

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    Got the email. Never did see the ahp winner yet
    Lincoln, ESAB, Thermal Dynamics, Victor, Miller, Dewalt, Makita, Kalamzoo. Hand tools, power tools, welding and cutting tools.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManoKai View Post
    ZTFab's precision engineered CNC product now on the market as a RTW cart. Impressive.

    http://www.weldingtipsandtricks.com/...ing-carts.html



    Very cool. Very solid.

    Nice work!

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    Here is one I'm working on. Still need a good idea for cable management.
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    Finished my cart on sunday, i had two 20 year old harbor freight carts taking up room and neither one fit under the shelves in my garage so i threw this together to condense everything and make it fit. Im about to start throwing my race car together so i used this to brush up on some fab stuff, been 5-6 years since i used a welder lol. I tried some push, pull, overhead on both mig and tig, tubing has varying thicknesses, both butt/lap joints, i dug out an old notcher and made a little tube handle for it. I found a place that has gussets on sale so i got a few to spice it up a little, just need to tig those in when i have time but it works well, all said and done it cost about $100.


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    Quote Originally Posted by nikm View Post
    Here is mine. I picked up the idea from this forum.

    Looks real nice.

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    Cart for Lincoln PowerMig 210 MP
    This is it. Nothing exception in the frame. It is 1-1/2" x 1/8" square tube mostly with caster wheels on it. It is tall enough and stable enough to handle 2 full sized cylinders if I should ever feel the need. I used slotted T-bar for attachment points for the cylinder fastening chains. Most of the square tube was from another frame that had been scrapped.
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    This is the clips I made to attach the chains to the T-bar.
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    This is a chain tightener to hold in the tanks. It is made from 3/8" threaded rod(stainless cause I had it) and a piece of 1/4" schedule 40 pipe.
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    Bolt that holds machine to cart cause this is not an in-house only cat.
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    Knobs that go into screw sockets to mount machine to cart.
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    Almost in.
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    This is the machine backside as mounted. the 2 knobs are in the screw sockets and the one 1/4" bolt holds it firmly in place.


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    Its not finished yet. But this is the last welding cart Ive made for myself. Extra space for tools and a small 130 amps smaw welder. Just to take around the shop.
    I want to put a steel plate on top ans a small door on the back.

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