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    Re: Show us what you welded today

    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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    That is wonderful! I've been dreaming of inventing that 50 years. All projects are more pleasant if I can stand up. At age 18 I built my first grease pit so I could stand up. Much of my body work I did standing on a ladder with the car crossways over the pit.

    I never have justified a hoist, but near everything I've ever done I'm figuring how to stand up, or at least sit. I never did enjoy kneeling, crawling, or standing on my head.
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    Re: Show us what you welded today

    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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    Re: Show us what you welded today

    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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    Show us what you welded today

    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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    Re: Show us what you welded today

    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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Size:  82.4 KBgot some nice heat lines, Iíll be welding the inside tomorrow

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    An 8 piece S class coupon. Nice and clean. CWB mig.
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Size:  44.7 KBran the Downhill god today. I’m going down and pausing, seems to run best that way or else it will wanna get going and possibly no pen and hot short crack with the setting we use. 25 volts 300 wire core wire
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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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