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    235 welding table Evolution

    Constant change as I get more scraps to scab on it.

    Next step will be a strong hand clamp sorting system

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    Re: 235 welding table Evolution

    It looks like good size for your shop size.

    Dave

    Quote Originally Posted by evan View Post
    Constant change as I get more scraps to scab on it.

    Next step will be a strong hand clamp sorting system

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    Re: 235 welding table Evolution

    Haha Tiny, thanks i can reach 50 ft from my power source. Unable to work inside at times. Cart does well on my gravel driveway and yard. Have a dedicated flux core machine if its windy and I don't want to run 7018.

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    Re: 235 welding table Evolution

    I do not weld inside because of fire. But live were does not snow and Carport for rainy days.
    So put plug by the door with 20 foot cord.
    It is first time I am welding over concrete over 40 years in the dirt and mud.

    Dave

    Quote Originally Posted by evan View Post
    Haha Tiny, thanks i can reach 50 ft from my power source. Unable to work inside at times. Cart does well on my gravel driveway and yard. Have a dedicated flux core machine if its windy and I don't want to run 7018.

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    Re: 235 welding table Evolution

    Im thinking about turning the back of my house into a shop. Tear out the concrete you see and start fresh with 6x metal posts poured into the slab.
    I have a 18x20lean in the back also out of metal posts. My welder and stuff is under it. Been meaning to build a jib to load welder and heavy stuff

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    Re: 235 welding table Evolution

    I pour over the old slab still do 6"
    If need electrical you put conduct in slab it is faster and cheaper.
    When did that I used at least 3/4" pvc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by evan View Post
    Im thinking about turning the back of my house into a shop. Tear out the concrete you see and start fresh with 6x metal posts poured into the slab.
    I have a 18x20lean in the back also out of metal posts. My welder and stuff is under it. Been meaning to build a jib to load welder and heavy stuff

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    Re: 235 welding table Evolution

    I can't pour over be at the elevation I want. I like the sleeve idea. Might put a string through it. To pull 220 cable. Have 2" conduct on hand

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