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    Just posting up my first real project. A welding cart for my 200DX. Had a couple of other projects in mind to work on first, however, it just looked silly on that harbor freight cart and there was some scrap laying around the shop at school so I figured, what the hell. Some features:

    - Built entirely from scrap
    - Shelves cut out on the Torchmate
    - ER70-S2 cotter pins (knew I forgot something at the hardware store...)
    - Destructive bend test lead hooks

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    Saved for build pics....

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    Very cool. The bend test hooks are fantastic.
    Long arc, short arc, heliarc and in-the-dark!

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    Nice job!
    - Shelves cut out on the Torchmate >>This looks very cool
    - ER70-S2 cotter pins (knew I forgot something at the hardware store...) >>I got an LOL out of this one, way to improvise

    Quote Originally Posted by Glassbeaver View Post
    ...some scrap laying around the shop at school...
    Teacher, or student?!
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    Is the handle solid or hinged? Are the hose hooks big enough? The Everlast with the torchmate is a nice touch...
    Mike R.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveO View Post
    Nice job!
    - Shelves cut out on the Torchmate >>This looks very cool
    - ER70-S2 cotter pins (knew I forgot something at the hardware store...) >>I got an LOL out of this one, way to improvise


    Teacher, or student?!
    Student lok

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    Quote Originally Posted by everlastsupport View Post
    Is the handle solid or hinged? Are the hose hooks big enough? The Everlast with the torchmate is a nice touch...
    Handle is solid. Leads seem to be OK. Just painted it and haven't put it under any stress yet however.

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