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  • #632716
    smallerstick
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    North Bay, ON

    @theamcguy, i did use a pneumatic die grinder to fix the hexagon shape. If i use a file it would take forever 🙂

    Some more progress:

    Very nice work, Ivan. Your welding skills are impressive!

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    #632757
    theamcguy
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    Fayetteville, NC

    Some more progress:

    Some very nice welds. The legs look really nice.

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    #633439
    Rovik
    Pro

    Thanks. Still working with the legs of the welding table. I have never done a design like this, so 50% of the time is thinking and measuring. If i do one mistake i have to do it all over again.

    Norway

    #633527
    theamcguy
    Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    Ivan, very nice work. Those welds are very nice.

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    #633568
    smallerstick
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    North Bay, ON

    Thanks. Still working with the legs of the welding table. I have never done a design like this, so 50% of the time is thinking and measuring. If i do one mistake i have to do it all over again.

    You sure do beautiful work!

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    #633583

    Your welds are awesome, mine are pretty poor by comparison, I know it comes down to practice, but I am still impressed.

    Will

    #633592
    Rovik
    Pro

    Thanks guys. I used to work as a industry plumber many years ago, at ship yards and chemistry plants. I fabricated piping of most material at that time. I can do all welding types such as: Stick, Mig, Mag and Tig welding, but tig is my favorite welding metod.

    I finally got my own welding machine a while ago. I can use this for stick and tig welding. I’m very happy i still know how to use it, but i’m not a pro anymore. It takes practice practice practice. I whish i got this setup years ago. It’s very funn to make projects in my home garage.

    The legs are now completly done. I can now adjust the height up or down by turning the nut at the top.

    Here are some pictures:

    Norway

    #633644
    theamcguy
    Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    The legs are now completly done. I can now adjust the height up or down by turning the nut at the top.

    Those table legs came out very nice.

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    #633724
    rerun_1965
    Pro
    holladay, TN

    IM NOT BUILDING A TABLE BUT I DID MAKE A CART FOR MY LITTLE WEILDER OUT OF A TOOLBOX AND IT WORKS REAL WELL

    #633754
    theamcguy
    Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    rerun that looks like a handy dandy little welding cart. Good job.

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    #635030
    Rovik
    Pro

    Here is the wheels on, and grease nipples on the legs.

    Norway

    #635085
    theamcguy
    Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    Here is the wheels on, and grease nipples on the legs.

    Very very nice. Great work Ivan.

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    #635091
    Rovik
    Pro

    Here is the wheels on, and grease nipples on the legs.

    Very very nice. Great work Ivan.

    Thanks. Next on the list is to put together the frame of the table.

    Norway

    #635092
    smallerstick
    Pro
    North Bay, ON

    Here is the wheels on, and grease nipples on the legs.

    Nice work, Ivan. What will be the travel in the legs? What height will the table be?

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    #635097
    Rovik
    Pro

    Here is the wheels on, and grease nipples on the legs.

    Nice work, Ivan. What will be the travel in the legs? What height will the table be?

    Normal working height will be about 36″ and i can adjust all the way up to 70″

    Norway

    #635187
    madman_us
    Pro
    Palm Springs, CA

    I just came across this thread. Very nice welding table project you started there Ivan.
    oh and btw your welds are sick. they are pretty good IMO.
    I am still learning and I am not close to that haha.

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    #635206
    theamcguy
    Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    Normal working height will be about 36″ and i can adjust all the way up to 70″

    That ought to cover all of the adjustment you will ever need. Very nice design.

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    #635236
    Rovik
    Pro

    Thanks for the positive feedback guys. I really love to work with this projekt.

    Me and my family are going to Thailand tomorrow for 3,5 weeks vacation. I will continue when i get bach.
    I also need some parts for the table. I need star knobs and plastic end caps for square tubing. I think i know where i can find that in Thailand.

    @madman_us, Tig welding needs a lot of practice, but when you get a hand of it you can weld nice welds. I’m not a pro, but i try my best. My best advice is to try to be comfortable when welding, and use a tig finger. Then you don’t burn your fingers. You can also find good tig welding tips on http://www.youtube.com

    Norway

    #635310
    madman_us
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    Palm Springs, CA

    Yeah you only get better in something when you keep practice and never hesitate to ask or watch others for improvements.

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    #635327
    theamcguy
    Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    I also need some parts for the table. I need star knobs and plastic end caps for square tubing. I think i know where i can find that in Thailand.

    Good luck finding the pieces you need.

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    Fayetteville, NC
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