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Old 03-11-03, 05:06 PM
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There is a welding forum that I posted some pics on.
<a href="http://www.hobartwelders.com/mboard/forumdisplay.php?s=&forumid=5">http://www.hobartwelders.com/mboard/...p?s=&forumid=5</a> Shop stuff on there.
 

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here is the right thread I think.
<a href="http://www.hobartwelders.com/mboard/showthread.php?s=&threadid=1160">http://www.hobartwelders.com/mboard/...&threadid=1160</a>
<a href="http://www.hobartwelders.com/mboard/showthread.php?s=&threadid=1159">http://www.hobartwelders.com/mboard/...&threadid=1159</a> This one is shopping welder,, ha
 

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HeySberry, You got a cart ? I just drag mine around .Been looking at the carts on the Hobart site for ideas though.

P.S>. Thanks for the tip Robert
 
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When building a cart I always recommend to use large wheel for easy rolling over rough stuff.
 
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Old 04-03-03, 06:14 PM
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That little cart started out as a quick idea and it worked so well we just didnt build something nicer. The bigger machines are on their own wheels. That one is 240V powered and I keep .030 wire in it for smaller stuff like exhaust work. I wish it had a slow run in feature like the bigger one so you could purge the cup full of gas prior to striking arc. Other than that it is great.
 
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Old 04-05-03, 11:29 PM
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welders are heavy! i made a cart as my first project. It was very tippy at first, but then i added more wheels (casters) now it has 7 wheels and rolls around like mad. Just made from scrap steel and angle iron. I like your bottle, i made a bottle holder area, but it wont take one that large, only about 18" tall at the back of machine.

helpful tip, use a piece of 2" exhaust pipe or a sleeve fitting as a "gun holder" keeps the gun handy and off the floor.

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Carts for welders! Such an excellent idea. In a previous life, I wanted to become a welder so I could do sculpture. Any of you guys do anything creative in your spare time besides build carts. I envy your talents.
 
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Old 04-08-03, 11:53 PM
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dont get too jealous, my cart is pretty ugly. Made mostly of spare galv U channel I had. I recently made a rolling tool tray using some U channel, some water pipe and a cookie sheet for the top. RUbberize undercoated the tray and have a handy unit. i even painted it! -Josh
 
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Old 04-10-03, 05:59 PM
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A friend of mine has a welding shop and has a female apprentice who is one level short of journeyperson status.
Her goal is to become an artist and use welding to pay the bills.

Hey, it's never too late for a new hobby!
 
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