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    Default CGCINC Project #1 Welding table ... Lots of PICS!

    This is my small welding table.
    It's made out of 2.5" x 2.5" for the lower frame and for the upper frame and angled legs, I used 2" x 2". The top is 33" x 48", 1/2" plate. The 5" locking wheels I bought from NorthernTool for $8.99 each. They support up to 220lbs. each and they work great, the lock on the wheels is much better than the $29ea. wheels I saw at the local Tractor Supply. The adjustable/removeable standing station slides into the front 2.5" tubing and there is a locking bolt on the side to keep it in place.
    It turned out nice and I really like everything about it. The only thing not done yet is a removeable splash sheild for the back. I will be making it removeable so it's not in my way when I roll the table out in the middle of my shop.







    Grounding tab...



    Clamp hanger...



    Adjustable standing station...











    Foot pedal basket...
    Last edited by performance; 12-08-2011 at 04:40 PM.
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    A few more pics...









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    Nice looking table, great everybody shares their projects. We can pick-up some details that we can add to our tables.
    I like your angled standing station.

    have fun
    Tom
    Last edited by acourtjester; 12-08-2011 at 02:53 PM. Reason: spelling

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    Quote Originally Posted by acourtjester View Post
    Nice looking table, great everybody shares their projects. We can pick-up some details that we can add to our tables.
    I like your angled standing station.

    have fun
    Tom
    Thanks...

    Too bad I screwed up and didn't put "Project #1" for the contest....
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    I helped you out...edited title. Can't do it everytime for everyone though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by performance View Post
    I helped you out...edited title. Can't do it everytime for everyone though.
    Holy Crap!!!! Thank you sir, I really appreciate it!
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    Wow this is a clean setup. I really like the way you made the table top "float" above. How did u cut the angles in the square tubing that holds the table top?
    Brandon Raineri
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    Quote Originally Posted by scootarida1 View Post
    Wow this is a clean setup. I really like the way you made the table top "float" above. How did u cut the angles in the square tubing that holds the table top?
    I laid out what I wanted on paper.... 2" rise between tubing and 3"s from the edge. Then I cut out the design, transfered it to the 2" tubing and cut it out with a band saw. They didn't turn out perfect like stamped pieces but it worked out ok.

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    Nice! I never make anything that nice for myself.

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    Thanks for putting these photos up. I was wondering about the tig pedal on the left does that work for you? I like the simple yet elegant Tig Torch holder and the adjustable Tilting table. that could come in handy for sure..
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    I would guess the foot pedal on the left is just for storage next to the side where the welder is. When I built my foot pedal I put 2 handles on it one for hanging when stored andthe other a moving handle grip.
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    Hypertherm PowerMax 65 with machine torch
    Longevity Force Cut 80I
    DIY CNC table for plasma/routing
    13" metal lathe
    Small Mill
    ect, ect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Powertig View Post
    Thanks for putting these photos up. I was wondering about the tig pedal on the left does that work for you? I like the simple yet elegant Tig Torch holder and the adjustable Tilting table. that could come in handy for sure..
    Thanks for the compliments.....I'm left handed/footed so the pedal to the left is what I like and it's comfortable to put my foot up there even if I'm using the torch switch
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