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Thread: My little shop and some of my projects

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gadget View Post
    Need more details on that chop saw stand, the swiveling guides are very interesting.
    Hi gadget..here is the detailed pics of my chopsaw stand..

    [URL=http://s1272.photobucket.com/user/bugeloo/media/chopsaw%20stand/20130218_154134_zps66fa5108.jpg.html][/URL





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    Quote Originally Posted by arandall View Post
    I like the vise mount/base. It's a rim filled with concrete for stability isn't it? What a great idea!
    Yes,even the the bottom of the rim and post are filled with concrete..for me the heavier the better..
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    Been digging some old photos..



    A steel door that I build to my client..



    And some other stuff..





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    The cables always makes a mess..so I fabricate a cable hook for my AC welder..





    Then add a power outlet..

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    I'm tired of always replacing the ground clamp,when it heats up the spring started to loose its tension..



    I have a speaker( not functioning ) bore a hole then tap





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    Make sure that it is working..





    Attached it to my AC welder..



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    Now buying a new ground clamp is not in my list anymore..

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    Here is my recent projects..I build a couple dog cages for a customer..







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    I made a small door for the food bowl..





    Fabricated door latch..



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    Great idea on the ground clamp. I'll have to make one for welding steel. I'll keep a spare springer for aluminum. Really nice work you've done here, thanks for sharing. Lots of ideas for us all.
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