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    Small Welding / Fabrication Table

    I'm new to this forum but thought I would share with you my take on a small welding / fabrication table. For the most part I'll let the pictures explain everything. Here they are:














    The table top is laser cut from 1/2" thic plate and the slots are 1/2" thick to accept 1/2" T-nuts.

    Mike

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    Thanks, thats terrific !

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    Beautifully done. The one thing that looks a bit questionable is the distance of the legs front to back and the effect that may have on the stability of the table . I assume that the tube fixture is to hold a vise and other tooling, so you will likely be applying lateral forces filing, bending, and etc. I personally like my welding table higher to save my back from the indignities of an aging. If any of those conditions become a problem for you have a look at how I solved them below.


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    That's a great table!

    Nice work.

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    Great table! Yeah, I need to go a bit higher also, bad back and gravitational pull,ya know.

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    Nice table and great fab. Gotta make me one. Too bad I got no laser


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