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    3 Teir welding cart project

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    I finally have all the materials for the new welding cart and the we will get to test out the new welding table with this project. THe basic idea is to have my torch water cooler level on the bottom shelf. The Longevity Weldall 256pi angled on the second shelf and my Lincoln mig on the top shelf. The back will hold two tanks nicely and a designed a lower center of gravity by having the axle line above the bottom of the cart. I do not plan on taking this down dirt roads so I do not think that clearance will become an issue. I am hoping to get started on the project next week so please feel free to make suggestions so I can make any needed corrections before I get going.

    Thanks,
    Marc
    Longevity 256pi muti-purpose unit with cooler
    Lincoln 3200HD converted to use gas
    Haas CNC MiniMill
    Accuslide CNC Gang Lathe
    Hardinge DSM59 Turret Lathe
    Bridgeports
    Drill Presses
    20 Ton Hydraulic Press
    Sand Blast Cabinets
    Belt Sanders
    Lots of Grinders

  2. #2
    Looks like you have really thought this out and planned it out nicely. Usually
    Comes out better and go better when you start with a good set of plans and
    Know before hand what your about to do. Be sure to take pics as your building and keep us posted.
    If you can see it, You can weld it.........


    Lincoln Pro Mig 180
    Lincoln Magnum SG 100 Spool Gun
    Thermal Dynamics Cutmaster 42
    H.F. Horizontal Band Saw
    H.F. Tubing Bender
    H.F. 48'' Sheet Metal Brake
    Sync180 Tube Notcher
    Grizzly Drill Press
    Northern Industrial 14'' Dry Cut Saw
    To Many Angle Grinders (yeah right)
    To many Hand Tools (ditto)
    28'' x 48'' x 1/2'' Top Welding Table
    Not near enough Shop Space

  3. #3
    That should turn out great. Nothing like having a good set of plans before you start
    Hobart Handler 140
    Longevity ForceCut 40D
    Chicago Electric 14" Industrial Cut-Off Saw
    H.F. 30" Sheet Metal Break
    H.F. Powder Coating Gun
    Chicago Electric Oxy-Acetylene welder kit
    Craftsman 2/3 HP Drill Press
    Rayobe Bench Grinder
    Couple of different angle grinders
    Not near enough Shop Space

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    my personal preference would be 2 carts one for each machine so your not lugging both around
    well thought out cart tho
    Ahp 200x tig acdc
    forcecut 42i
    Miller xmt350
    Lincoln LN-25
    Victor oxy/acetylene/
    Bunch of tools of the trade to much to list
    http://instagram.com/weldor_wes/

  5. #5
    Actually that's not a bad point. I could see all the cables/cords becoming a mess with too many machines on one cart
    Hobart Handler 140
    Longevity ForceCut 40D
    Chicago Electric 14" Industrial Cut-Off Saw
    H.F. 30" Sheet Metal Break
    H.F. Powder Coating Gun
    Chicago Electric Oxy-Acetylene welder kit
    Craftsman 2/3 HP Drill Press
    Rayobe Bench Grinder
    Couple of different angle grinders
    Not near enough Shop Space

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