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  1. #26
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    Re: Homemade welding table

    I had the surface on my welding table milled flat, then I drilled and tapped the underside to mount the top to the stand without welding on the table top. No welds, no warpage, surface is still flat.

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    Re: Homemade welding table

    Quote Originally Posted by drujinin View Post
    Mine has 2 steel wheels on one end and legs of equal length on the other end. You pick up the end with legs up to move it. The other plus is the load of a vice goes down a steel leg not transmitted through a steel wheel.
    You know what "they" say about the value of a picture? Please post a photo of this table!

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    Re: Homemade welding table

    Moving out of state, this welding table is up for sale....$500.00. Also have some other shop tool for sale.

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    Re: Homemade welding table

    ZZWELD> another great table!!! Sorry to hear you need to sell it.
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    drujinin> "Mine has 2 steel wheels on one end and legs of equal length on the other end. You pick up the end with legs up to move it. The other plus is the load of a vice goes down a steel leg not transmitted through a steel wheel." I saw that table and kept meaning to ask why you didn't have wheels on all four legs but... kept forgetting to ask. Nice explanation.
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    Re: Homemade welding table

    I finished that logs splitter about a week ago, been sooo busy with selling stuff and moving. Hundreds of pics to sort threw for the post, just not enough time in the day.

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    Re: Homemade welding table

    It's hard ridding one's self of "stuff" and extremely time consuming. Not to mention the stress associated with any move.... it takes a toll on us. Totally understand how there aren't enough hours in a day to get to everything during a move. Hope things go smoothly for you.
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    Re: Homemade welding table

    That's why you take it with you when you move. lol.
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