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    Welder ruck with a couple of cantilevered tables

    Hello gents, I am a newbie to here aboard from Yokohama, and a hobbyist welder. Last summer I got an old but a refurbished TIG welder made by Hitachi Co. that weighs nearly 40 and some kilograms so made up my mind to make a ruck for her so that she should not accumulate much metallic dust from the floor. I designed her on a 3D CAD, Spaceclaim provided from Designspark;
    https://www.rs-online.com/designspark/home

    This is the one I did on this CAD;
    Welder ruck with a couple of cantilevered tables-welder_ruck_design.jpg

    This ruck has two tables jointed to the main post at the back cantilevered, so that this can provide me a lot more utility in operation.
    Welder ruck with a couple of cantilevered tables-welder_ruck_00.jpg

    Now it looks like:
    Welder ruck with a couple of cantilevered tables-welder_ruck_01.jpg

    At the front ends of each table I put a couple of wooden hooks that can slide in the horizontal arms.
    Welder ruck with a couple of cantilevered tables-welder_ruck_02.jpg

    Welder ruck with a couple of cantilevered tables-welder_ruck_03.jpg

    Chy
    Last edited by chy_farm; 04-05-2018 at 07:58 PM.

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    The wooden hooks in the ends of the shelves is brilliant!

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    Thanks Sossol, that's only because I will get a lot more aching when I bump my head on it if it were made of steel, lol.

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    I understand that. My skull is scarred from stubbing it on things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sossol View Post
    I understand that. My skull is scarred from stubbing it on things.
    Yep, I do that right when I take off my helmet!
    Chy

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    Thanks chy_farm! We've added your Welder Dolly to our Dollies and Stands category,
    as well as to your builder page: chy_farm's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:




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    Quote Originally Posted by DIYer View Post
    Thanks chy_farm! We've added your Welder Dolly to our Dollies and Stands category,
    as well as to your builder page: chy_farm's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:
    Thank you for this add, glad you like this.
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