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Welding table

Meling
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Welding table

Hello, this is a welding table that I upcycled using scraps in the shed.i used Rio bar, angle iron, tube steel, metal castor wheels, chipboard, tin and a drawer slide

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Noyade
Junior Contributor

Re: Welding Table

Very nice - and practical.

 

Not on the same level but I bought this last year from Bunnings - I think it was around $80. Not sure if they still sell them?

I've found it to be brilliant with small fiddly pieces, particularly if they need to be at near perfect right angles and there's plenty of holes for clamps ...

 

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Community Manager Jason
Community Manager

Re: Welding Table

Great to see you make your first post @Meling. Many thanks for sharing. Looking forward to seeing more of your projects and plans.

 

Jason

 

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