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    Welding Cart/Cabinet Recommendations for Multiprocess

    Hello Everyone,

    I am new to welding and still acquiring my gear. I have a Miller Multimatic 220 and need a cart to hold most of the stuff and two cylinders. Most of the carts I see only say they hold one cylinder, or don't specify. Is this true or can they all hold dual cylinders? I do not have giant cylinders, both of mine are small (I don't recall the size at the moment). They are about 30" tall.

    Any recommendations? I was looking at the Klutch Cabinet from Northern Tool. The local Harbor Freight has a similar one by Chicago Electric but they both only seem to hold a single bottle.

    Cheers,
    Andrew

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    Re: Welding Cart/Cabinet Recommendations for Multiprocess

    Miller makes a perfect cart and dual bottle conversion. I run one under my Multimatic 200. Sure makes it nice with both gases already connected. Mig to tig with flip of a switch.

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    Re: Welding Cart/Cabinet Recommendations for Multiprocess

    I found if use hose and place tanks on wall it easier to welding machine around the shop.
    My cart has very little on cart to keep weight down.

    Dave

    Quote Originally Posted by Automaton25 View Post
    Hello Everyone,

    I am new to welding and still acquiring my gear. I have a Miller Multimatic 220 and need a cart to hold most of the stuff and two cylinders. Most of the carts I see only say they hold one cylinder, or don't specify. Is this true or can they all hold dual cylinders? I do not have giant cylinders, both of mine are small (I don't recall the size at the moment). They are about 30" tall.

    Any recommendations? I was looking at the Klutch Cabinet from Northern Tool. The local Harbor Freight has a similar one by Chicago Electric but they both only seem to hold a single bottle.

    Cheers,
    Andrew

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    Re: Welding Cart/Cabinet Recommendations for Multiprocess

    If you can't find exactly what you want, make it. Welding carts are really good, and useful starter projects. I made both of these.( the MIG cart has 2 bottles)
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    Re: Welding Cart/Cabinet Recommendations for Multiprocess

    Thank you everyone for the input! These things are hard to come by (like everything else) Everything is out of stock or weeks out haha!

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    Re: Welding Cart/Cabinet Recommendations for Multiprocess

    This my welding cart.
    It built low to ground so does not tip over.
    Planing on installing larger wheels so rollers better

    Dave
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    Last edited by smithdoor; 4 Weeks Ago at 10:37 PM.

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    Re: Welding Cart/Cabinet Recommendations for Multiprocess

    Lets see, you can't find a cart for your new WELDER and wondering what a good first project might be? HMMM...

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    Re: Welding Cart/Cabinet Recommendations for Multiprocess

    Here’s a couple of pics of the typical two bottle carts I have...







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