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Thread: Need ideas for welding table

  1. #11
    Hey Scott, you sure want to remove them batteries before you do ay welding it ain't fun when you blow one up. Yea been there.
    Steve
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  2. #12
    Scott, that's something that would work for me. Thanks for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by poodle View Post
    Hey Scott, you sure want to remove them batteries before you do ay welding it ain't fun when you blow one up. Yea been there.
    I know I should, but they have been there for many years. They are dead now. Luckily no sparks can get to them. They are covered in junk... um I mean art supplies
    Scott
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    Here is the clamp holders I use the most. I can't get to the other side.
    They are from a 72 Vega. I tacked the C clip on to help anything from falling off.
    Scott
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  5. #15
    I didn't even notice that they didn't go all the way across. Even better. Don't need to open them up to get them off ....
    Is it OK to want to break something just so that you can weld it back together?

  6. #16
    Well I'm ready to start building. The working surface will be 31" x 36" stainless steal

  7. #17
    Stainless? Nice! It'll be shiny. what kind of features are you going to incorporate (or will you be keeping that a secret until the big reveal?)
    Is it OK to want to break something just so that you can weld it back together?

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    Looks like a great start. I sure hope you didn't have to buy that stainless, it must be expensive.
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  9. #19
    Well I got myself a hydrolic lift table that I will build on. Need to learn how to post pics

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