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    Well I had to put a handle on it cuz there was nothing to grab onto to maneuver it around. As you can see this cart was not very well thought out, I just kinda winged it, every thing I added was an after thought. I still need to put some hooks on the other side to hang hoses and leads.
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    Everlast PowerTig 200DX
    Snapon FM140 Mig
    Purox Oxy/Acet Torch
    Coleman 80 gal. Compressor
    7x10 Mini Lathe
    Craftsman 12" Bandsaw
    Lots of litler stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzz View Post
    Well I had to put a handle on it cuz there was nothing to grab onto to maneuver it around. As you can see this cart was not very well thought out, I just kinda winged it, every thing I added was an after thought. I still need to put some hooks on the other side to hang hoses and leads.
    Buzz the good cart has turned out , I only would advise to make something for fastening your 200dx.
    Rusla
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    SELCO Genesis 352 pme

  3. #23

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    Quote Originally Posted by donor76 View Post
    Buzz the good cart has turned out , I only would advise to make something for fastening your 200dx.
    I agree, great cart, and no silly slanted top, so you can still set your stuff down on it!
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  4. #24

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    Thanx guys, Whan im sitting in a chair The face of the machine looks right at me so no reason to slant it. I agree I need to get some way to fasten it to the cart, probably end up using bungee cords.
    Everlast PowerTig 200DX
    Snapon FM140 Mig
    Purox Oxy/Acet Torch
    Coleman 80 gal. Compressor
    7x10 Mini Lathe
    Craftsman 12" Bandsaw
    Lots of litler stuff

  5. #25

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzz View Post
    This side cabinet was hanging on my toolbox roller cabinet, It had nothing but junk in it, so I emptied it out and set her on the cart, lots of space for consumables, torches, pedal, stinger etc. Its not long enough and I'll have to extend the back of it.
    If I ever get a true shop to work in I'm going to build a cart with a side cabinet.
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  6. #26

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    Well I finally finished my cart, except for paint which I cant do till spring. I cut some 3/8 rod and welded to a strip, then fastened to the other side for a cable hanger, the pedal fit nice behind the cabinet next to the bottle.
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    Everlast PowerTig 200DX
    Snapon FM140 Mig
    Purox Oxy/Acet Torch
    Coleman 80 gal. Compressor
    7x10 Mini Lathe
    Craftsman 12" Bandsaw
    Lots of litler stuff

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    I congratulate on end of building of your cart.The cart looks very convenient and practical

    Still I would suggest to change a few handle(look drawing) as a variant it will be more convenient and during that time it will support wires (And necessarily fasten DX200)
    Yours faithfully Ruslan
    Rusla
    EVERLAST Power Tig 255 EXT
    EVERLAST PP256
    PC300
    EWM Pico 162
    Hobart Handler 187
    SELCO Genesis 352 pme

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    Hey Ruslan , why didnt you draw that picture for me before I made the cart, it would have been a lot easier LOL! The reason I made the handle so short was not to interfere with the cabinet drawer, I keep my consumables in a tray in there.
    Quote Originally Posted by donor76 View Post
    I congratulate on end of building of your cart.The cart looks very convenient and practical

    Still I would suggest to change a few handle(look drawing) as a variant it will be more convenient and during that time it will support wires (And necessarily fasten DX200)
    Yours faithfully Ruslan
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    Everlast PowerTig 200DX
    Snapon FM140 Mig
    Purox Oxy/Acet Torch
    Coleman 80 gal. Compressor
    7x10 Mini Lathe
    Craftsman 12" Bandsaw
    Lots of litler stuff

  9. #29

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    I do like your Idea of the handle supporting the cables.
    Everlast PowerTig 200DX
    Snapon FM140 Mig
    Purox Oxy/Acet Torch
    Coleman 80 gal. Compressor
    7x10 Mini Lathe
    Craftsman 12" Bandsaw
    Lots of litler stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzz View Post
    The reason I made the handle so short was not to interfere with the cabinet drawer, I keep my consumables in a tray in there.
    Hello Buzz!
    There are two decisions of this problem:
    1)2)

    Rusla
    EVERLAST Power Tig 255 EXT
    EVERLAST PP256
    PC300
    EWM Pico 162
    Hobart Handler 187
    SELCO Genesis 352 pme

  11. #31

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    I definitely Thought of both those Ideas, I like the cover on the tray, keeps unwanted dirt out. The larger drawers I wanted to put the cables and foot pedal in when Im not using it for longer lengths of time. I still may use your Idea though, Id just have to remove the tray from the drawer when I need something from it.
    Everlast PowerTig 200DX
    Snapon FM140 Mig
    Purox Oxy/Acet Torch
    Coleman 80 gal. Compressor
    7x10 Mini Lathe
    Craftsman 12" Bandsaw
    Lots of litler stuff

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