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    mobile banquet cart cart weld do it yourself advice opinions suggestions.


    I would like to create a mobile stand for my small portable welding machine some suggestions that are easy to make and inexpensive, to place the welding machine on it the cables the mask the pliers the electrode packs hammers brushes and have everything at hand thanks






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    Basically this is what I did... Mostly from scrap pieces of 1 inch stock... And the bigger the wheels the easier it rolls over odd bits and pieces on floor... Latest mod is big plastic tackle box on bottom shelf for pliers, gloves, misc. odds and ends...

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    Last edited by Dale M.; 05-03-2022, 11:03 AM.
    "Fear The Government That Wants To Take Your Guns" - Thomas Jefferson..

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      Updated pic...


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      • #4
        perfect well done, as I have ten minutes of free time I put a meter in my hand a pencil a piece of paper and pull down 4 lines and 4 measures thanks is more or less what I would need thanks again

        Simple Welding Cart: This is a simple welding cart I made to hold my new welder. This was my first welding project ever. If you're taking the leap into teaching yourself to weld, I recommend making your own cart. It's a great first-time welding project that provides anā€¦


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        • #5
          Too much of that measure and draw stuff. Click image for larger version

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          • #6
            ingenious, you recycled an old lawn mower, a friend of mine suggested the supermarket shopping cart, thanks.

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            • #7
              I normally would build in drawers underneath the shelf that holds the welder. But this time I had to accommodate both my little MIG and my bigger plasma cutter. I used 1-1/4" square tube for the top and bottom frames, drilled 1/2" holes for stem casters, and used expanded steel for shelves. I have not yet added hooks to hang all six cables from, but they are urgently needed. - metalmagpie

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              • #8
                I recently saw one in a large carpentry workshop, the machine was not housed longitudinally but transversely with the cylinder compartment and the support for the torches, unfortunately I was unable to take any photos.

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