After lurking and just learning from you all I figured Id share a project. I know it's another welding cart but hey I have to share with somebody. After seeing the crazy cart and other builds on the board I decided to build myself a cart for my new diversion. I pretty much took inspiration and ideas from other builds & just went at it. I put it together with my Millermatic 210. I still have to order square plugs to seal the top tubes. But all in all Im happy with the way it turned out.Ed
Reply:nice cart !!!Lincoln pro mig 180Lincoln Square Wave Tig 300/wp 20/home built water cooler Victor, Purox, Harris, O/A welding/cutting setupsVintage Craftsman drill pressVintage Craftsman/Atlas 12"x 36'' lathe7''x 12'' w/c band saw Everlast 140 st
Reply:sweet I espically like the skull head.wboldenMiller Shopmaster 300Miller Syncrowave 250Miller Thunderbole 250/150 AC-DCMiller Weldpack 140 w/autosetMiller S-22 WirefeederLincoln 255 xt Mig welderLincoln 216 Mig welderVictor,Smith and Harris OA7X 12 JET BANDSAW
Reply:Very nice. Home run on first postDave ReberWadsworth Ohio
Reply:very clean build . luv the blue>Innovations are what i leave behind for History
amn. nice cart. I still have to make one..www.thefusionsolution.com
Reply:That's really a top notch job! Great work!Lincoln Pro Mig 180Everlast PowerARC 200
Reply:very nice!!!!!!! ....I opted fir the 54$ HF cart cuz I haves no time to build one....but had to put new casters on it so I would have been time and money ahead to build one
Reply:You do realise the judges must deduct points because you used your mig to build your tig cart, right? Nice work..No government ever voluntarily reduces itself in size. Government programs, once launched, never disappear. Actually, a government bureau is the nearest thing to eternal life we'll ever see on this earth! Ronald Reagan
Reply:Originally Posted by DSWYou do realise the judges must deduct points because you used your mig to build your tig cart, right? Nice work.
Reply:Thats just a damn nice cart. I think you've done this kind of work before... Con Fuse!Miller Dynasty 350Millermatic 350P-Spoolmatic 30AMiller Multimatic 200Hypertherm PowerMax 1000G3Miller Maxstar 200DX
Reply:Mister, that is a beauty, craftsmanship and design are awesome. I've looked at quite a few ideas for carts and I've got to say yours is probably the coolest I've seen both homemade and commercial.
Reply:thats nice, what would miller charge for that $1800.00 ?
Reply:Originally Posted by ed macthats nice, what would miller charge for that $1800.00 ?
Reply:That's one beautiful cart. How'd you make the bends on the round tubing?Is that Rusto Sail or Safety blue?TA Arcmaster 300CM3XMT 304S22P12 suitcase feederX-Treme 12VSOptima pulserTA161SMaxstar 150STLHypertherm PM45OP setupStihl 020AVP, 039, 066 Magnum
Reply:I agree that you have made something really fine. Strangely non-welders will look at the cart more than the welder or your current project so perhaps it could be a chick-magnet too ;-)I particularly like the tubes you lined up so nicely to organize the filler rods. All my rods are stuffed into a cardboard tube zipped tied to the stand - not a pretty sight - the woman (yes singular) cringes at the look of it :-)I see you choose plastic tubes and I read somewhere on here that cooper is also an option. I suppose that you shouldn't but an aluminum rod into a steel tube. What about putting AL into an AL tube, steel in steel and SS in an SS tube (I wonder how much that tube would cost?) Is there a rule of thumb?Miller Syncrowave 180SDLincoln WeldPak 100 with gasHandheld Milwaukee BandsawO/A Cutting Torch
Reply:Originally Posted by Drf255That's one beautiful cart. How'd you make the bends on the round tubing?Is that Rusto Sail or Safety blue?
Reply:You guys are amazing! I cant wait to accumulate the tools and knowledge like you! Keep the ideas flowing!Miller Diversion 165Rage 2 Chop saw