My new welding cart.

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My new welding cart.

Post by RewT » 29 Aug 2016, 15:58

I have been wanting to do this for a long time. I have a mig welder, tig welder and plasma cutter. I have had the HF welding carts for years with the only real issue being the small plastic front wheels on the cart. I did upgrade them though. These carts have been great, but I want all my welders in 1 convenient spot.

I started this project by cruising offer up and found this cool little "welding table" for $20.00. I then picked up a set of caster wheels for it. and a middle tool box to place on the bottom. I then installed the middle shelf for a place to set the plasma cutter and some other supplies. I also added some brackets to hold the gas bottles on the back out of some scrap 1/4 plate I had left over from a project.

All the welders are bolted down so they don't move or get knocked off. I added a bunch of hooks for cords and other stuff.
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Re: My new welding cart.

Post by RewT » 29 Aug 2016, 17:52

Everything is there and in 1 place. I also added an extra tool box handle that I had left over to the side. One end is fixed casters and 2 are the swivel. I am really happy with it!
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Re: My new welding cart.

Post by RewT » 17 Feb 2017, 18:12

Had to do some small changes. I decided to mount the bottles on the end of the cart to make it so the cart isn't so wide and can fit around in the shop better.
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Re: My new welding cart.

Post by RewT » 16 May 2017, 19:04

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