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Old 10-05-2010, 09:21 PM
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I made a cart for that same machine I will try to find the pictures with the machine on the cart and painted blue. But heres some building pictures.
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Old 10-06-2010, 07:40 AM
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Here is another project from last week. Had this mobile car lift that was taking up space for the past year, so I converted it to an adjustable height welding table with a sheet of 3/8 steel.
That's a very nice welding table! ... I like it!

Thanks for sharing your projects!

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I made a cart for that same machine I will try to find the pictures with the machine on the cart and painted blue. But heres some building pictures.
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Very nice Vernon!

It looks very thought out!

I'm looking forward to seeing pictures of it finished!

I'd like to build a cart to hold both my MIG & Stick welder.... Too many projects on my list right now!

Thanks for sharing!
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Old 10-06-2010, 06:31 PM
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Hey ~Stick/Mig~,
Here are the pictures of the cart I made for the Miller Syncrowave 250. With paint
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Here is another project from last week. Had this mobile car lift that was taking up space for the past year, so I converted it to an adjustable height welding table with a sheet of 3/8 steel.[/QUOTE]

Hollywood, Would you give up some more information on the lift table? I like the looks of it and really need one.
How long is it?
What did you use for the lift part?
Did you use bushing on the pivot points?
Are the wheels solid?

PM me if you'd like,

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Have A Big Time.

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Old 10-07-2010, 05:17 PM
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Wade, your giving me to much credit on the welding table. It was an easy modification of a car lift similar to this:
http://www.revolutionlift.com/RMR6-6...Lift-P4C9.aspx

What I did was remove the lift arms from the base of the lift as well grind off the couple of "stops" that were welded to it to get a flat base. I had the distributor cut the metal to size before we picked it up. I added a quick release to the hydraulic hose so the pump can be wheeled completely away from the table. The plus to that is that when I get my JD2 bender I can run it off the same electric over hydraulic pump. The lift itself has a pair of hard steel rollers on one end, and the pump cart is used as a lever to pry up the other end. You "steer" it with the pump cart...not an easy task, because the thing is pretty heavy.
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Here are the pictures of the cart I made for the Miller Syncrowave 250. With paint
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Very nice!... You did a great job!

That's also a nice Miller!

Thanks for sharing!
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Old 10-07-2010, 07:22 PM
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Wade, your giving me to much credit on the welding table. It was an easy modification of a car lift similar to this:
http://www.revolutionlift.com/RMR6-6...Lift-P4C9.aspx

What I did was remove the lift arms from the base of the lift as well grind off the couple of "stops" that were welded to it to get a flat base. I had the distributor cut the metal to size before we picked it up. I added a quick release to the hydraulic hose so the pump can be wheeled completely away from the table. The plus to that is that when I get my JD2 bender I can run it off the same electric over hydraulic pump. The lift itself has a pair of hard steel rollers on one end, and the pump cart is used as a lever to pry up the other end. You "steer" it with the pump cart...not an easy task, because the thing is pretty heavy.
It looks good regardless. Wish I could find something similar to use. I bought a motorcycle/atv/utv scissor lift table last year, but need something like you got there to build a buggy on. Been looking for a old scissor lift to use, no luck yet.

Could I talk you into getting some measurements and material sizes?

Thanks,

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