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    Quote Originally Posted by Lis2323 View Post
    Bought it used a few years ago for $100. You can use your imagination as to how handy it is....













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    Quote Originally Posted by Lis2323 View Post
    Bought it used a few years ago for $100. You can use your imagination as to how handy it is....










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    I guess the only thing it can't lift is regular wooden pallets!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Weldalittle View Post
    I guess the only thing it can't lift is regular wooden pallets!
    It can lift pallets that do not have bottom boards,, and they are quite often used,,,

    I built a few WAY oversized ones for use on a pallet mover like that.

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    I finished the picnic table I started a few posts back,,
    composite boards bolted on with stainless steel hardware,,

    I ended up building a couple more brackets to support a longer set of table boards.
    My daughter asked about building a "sideboard table" so that the food being served did not take up the picnic table area.
    I figured extensions would be easier than a separate table
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Size:  103.8 KBme and the boss got her looking like a box today. This is a pretty short box. And luckily itís skipped welded under the top of the sides

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    Quote Originally Posted by Weldalittle View Post
    I guess the only thing it can't lift is regular wooden pallets!
    Some heavy four way pallets (as Sweet mentioned) have bottom boards running lengthwise. Otherwise you just build your own custom pallet as needed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SweetMK View Post
    I finished the picnic table I started a few posts back,,
    composite boards bolted on with stainless steel hardware,,

    I ended up building a couple more brackets to support a longer set of table boards.
    My daughter asked about building a "sideboard table" so that the food being served did not take up the picnic table area.
    I figured extensions would be easier than a separate table
    It's wheelchair accessible also, great job!
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    An 8 piece S class coupon. Nice and clean. CWB mig.
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Size:  62.7 KBarms were getting pretty tired lol. Did some welding underneath first that went pretty good

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Size:  87.7 KBthe boss made the downhill pass on the cab guard above 2.5” or so tube and the dog house was welded down the middle with 1 pass with out stopping

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Size:  54.3 KBput this one together today and this one is done i think Name:  F87B1B63-E576-49DB-BF78-3F09E2995D47.jpg
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Size:  69.4 KBthe co owner boss was saying at the end of the day when I asked him if I earned any scrap metal that he wants to see me put a whole box together myself. I told him with some time I could. Haven’t been welding on the out side since the one box he let me weld all out to boost my confidence I think, that was the first couple weeks I started. I’m the only guy in the shop to do that since I’ve been here. I’ve welding a few things on the outside lately but not the main seems in the corners.

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    Nice work on the bed. What does the wood do? I have made a few lf those step ladders, taller, but incredibly similar in appearance.

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    That is truly beautiful. Talent. Well done.
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    Making this into a removable wave wall; for when this boat goes salmon tendering in the summer months...

    Tried like heck to run some DualShield, Select Arc 720; and it wasnít happening. Old crusty steel (the vertical), with substantial wind gusts... reverted back to .045 E-71-T-GS, works well for this application.

    The PAPR is a a game changer.








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    Art or functional?
    In any event, it's cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by In Utopia View Post
    Art or functional?
    In any event, it's cool.
    Looks like a modern twist of a mid evil weapon just missing the chain for swinging it at the object of destruction.
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    Quote Originally Posted by N2 Welding View Post
    Looks like a modern twist of a mid evil weapon just missing the chain for swinging it at the object of destruction.
    The cylinders need points welded on,,,

    https://www.google.com/search?q=mace...w=1536&bih=722

    Personally, I think a repurposed hatchet head would work better,,,


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    If those things were used today I would only have wounds on my heels or butt.
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    Everything roughed out on my metal break. Used some 3 1/2 x 3 1/2 ◊ 3/8 angle. A couple bends on some 18 or 20 ga stainless. I am happy so far. Need to cut down the hinge bolts, clean up and paint. Just a hobby welder so plenty of grinding lol.

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    Had to fab up a swivel/adjustable VFD mount for my belt grinder cart.

    10% geometry, 88% head scratching and 2%welding LOL









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    Repair work. Welded inbetween the welds on the frame too. He kinda had me hack it. Didn’t drill the ends out on the cracks and he said were just filling it over, he wanted me to grind it 2/3 out and I welded the top and it was still cracked on the bottom, which I did grind out down there and filled it but no drilling. It will come back in I think. The cross braces are about 3’ from the front and 3’ from the back no middle brace. He said the vibrator caused this. I was more thinking loading the gravel every time right in the middle every time with no cross brace the middle and made it flex to much and the prior welds were poor and very small. That didn’t helpName:  AB618177-B1AC-45E8-8081-79BC73E8863E.jpg
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