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    Mac's Crew

    I like the feet Idea I have done something similar but those are better. Thanks for the link.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slodat View Post
    Jason from Fireball Tool did a really good video on different fixturinv tables, including the tab and slot style. The holes deform and raise up with some clamps. He did show a clamp that spreads the clamping load out and doesnít cause this distortion.

    I was about to order one of the Siegmond 16 tables on their special going on. These tables didnít perform well in his tests.
    I can't speak for the System 16 tables, but I can tell you that the system 22 that I have is built like a tank and might as well be a machinists surface plate, its crazy accurate on all sides.
    I like watching the fireball videos but jacking up a table on one end and measuring deflection is flawed logic. You can design a structure that's a 1/16" with tall sides that won't deflect under its own weight. Clamp a heavy piece of steel to it and weld on it, watch it pretzel.

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    Hey Reebz

    Grizzly has 3 D fixture tables one inch thickness.




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    If only I had that kind of coin!!!!!!!!!!!!! That one bottom right is perfect 79x39

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    As far as I can tell, today is the last day for this promotion, but it's a very good price.

    https://weldingtablesandfixtures.com...no-us168125-x7
    Who is John Galt?

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    Bassboy that is an amazing price

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reebz View Post
    Bassboy that is an amazing price
    I just bought 2 of them this morning.

    I don't see anything on their site about the promo ending, but in the brochure they sent, it says today is the last day.
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    Steel isn't cheap these days. Price of scrap up here is pushing $250/T Cdn. again. My home built 3x4 will have close to $800 in materials in it, and it isn't done yet. It won't have the grid for accessories and attachments either. When you think about it, a ready built one with bells and whistles for $2k isn't bad at all.
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    I agree whtbaran, still has jumped up. I will not be making a table any time soon

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    Don't give up. You already have a 3x4 and you want 4x6. Make another 3x4 and interconnect them and you're there. Maybe one end is solid and the other is set up for fixtures... use the part you need for the project you have. Even with a big project, you're only welding one end at a time.... just switch ends. Not as handy, but sometime you just have to make do with what you have...
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    I guess the sale end date in the brochure wasn't entirely accurate - they're still listed at that price today.
    Who is John Galt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bassboy1 View Post
    I guess the sale end date in the brochure wasn't entirely accurate - they're still listed at that price today.
    Its a sign from the universe. Grab two more!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Reebz View Post
    If only I had that kind of coin!!!!!!!!!!!!! That one bottom right is perfect 79x39
    You're in Ohio, so swing on by Yoder Bro's to pick up a nice table for a fraction of what that nasty Grizzly table costs. And you don't have to worry about it being made in Chicom Territory.




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    Quote Originally Posted by VaughnT View Post
    You're in Ohio, so swing on by Yoder Bro's to pick up a nice table for a fraction of what that nasty Grizzly table costs. And you don't have to worry about it being made in Chicom Territory.



    Nothing like that in my area. Never. Ever.

    Well not that I have ever seen or heard of anyways...


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