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    Finished my welding table

    Built this a few years ago but added the cabinets, lower shelf and paint today. Cabinet works out nice for holding gloves, acc. grinding wheels and my big grinder
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    Millermatic 140
    Thermodynamics 190C plasma cutter
    Plasma Trace (custom built by me)
    Victor O/A torch HVAC size
    Craftsman 15" floor model drill press
    Craftsman 6" metal lathe
    Wilton horizontal band saw
    Porter Cable 60 gallon compressor
    Clarke parts washer
    Craftsman 10" table saw
    Ryobi 8 1/2" sliding miter saw
    Homemade bench top english wheel
    Homemade plannishing hammer
    Tons of hand power tools
    1500 sq ft shop
    & an over active imagination

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    Looks good Charlie. I wish I could do something like that but I have to fold mine up when I finish with it to save space.
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    Thats a damn fine table!
    Hey has anyone ever noticed, you build a new table, with shelves, drawers, etc, somehow it all fills up with stuff, then when you look around there is no less stuff in any other location. Where does all the stuff come from? I'm thinking a connection to an alternate universe and the matter just gets beamed here.
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    256pi [TIG/STICK/PLASMA]
    Drill Press
    grinders
    Hand tools

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    Sweet!

    Do the casters have stops?

    How do you keep it from moving when you are working?
    ProMTS 200 Everlast PowerTig 255ext MigWeld 140 ForceCut 60I ForceCut 42i AHP Alpha Tig 200x

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    Looks h*ll for stout Charley. Nice job.
    (Retired) professional firefighter. Amateur everything else I try to do...
    and I do some of it with:
    Longevity MIGWELD 140 yeah baby!
    Longevity LP40
    , <------ oh yeah!
    Mig: Century 80, Clarke 150EN
    O/A setup
    Lincoln 225 tombstone
    grrrrrinders, bench and ra
    hf drillpress, and files! and pliers! and hammers! and and - OK, whew, got that out of my system!
    Oh yeah: GO BIG RED! (Now one of the 14 members of the REALLY Big 10 cuz we left the 10 members of the Big 12)

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    Very nice. I like the look of it and the top is plenty thick enough. I really like the storage you build into it.

    I've been planning to build myself a welding table for quite some time now. Still don't have one.
    Steve
    Hobart Handler 175 welder
    Victor Cutting torch
    Milling Machine
    Jet 9x20 metal lathe
    Grizzly 16x30 metal lathe
    Longevity 42i

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    Good looking table with lots of storage. Keeping stuff organized is a great time saver.
    Roman8er
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    Miller 180 Autoset mig w/ spool gun
    HTP 140 mig
    Baileigh Cold Saw
    Baileigh roll bender
    lots and lots of power tools

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    Very nice fab table Charley! I love the thickness of the work area for hammering, welding, etc. Do the casters have stops? I love the portability of the table as well. Great job.
    Good WELDORS do it in all positions with 100% penetration!

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    Thermal Arc 95S

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    No stops but it has not been an issue as of yet and it's been used alot
    Millermatic 140
    Thermodynamics 190C plasma cutter
    Plasma Trace (custom built by me)
    Victor O/A torch HVAC size
    Craftsman 15" floor model drill press
    Craftsman 6" metal lathe
    Wilton horizontal band saw
    Porter Cable 60 gallon compressor
    Clarke parts washer
    Craftsman 10" table saw
    Ryobi 8 1/2" sliding miter saw
    Homemade bench top english wheel
    Homemade plannishing hammer
    Tons of hand power tools
    1500 sq ft shop
    & an over active imagination

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    One thing's for sure, that sucker will see plenty of use knowing you.
    Full hand tool assortment, collecting sheet metal hammers/dollies, more time than money.

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