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  • #16
    Got the table built. It wasn't hard, just a little time consuming. I wouldn't call it certifiably flat, but it's not bad. Certainly tab and slot though. I might paint the under side or get it powder coated. I don't know if I'm even gonna keep it yet.

    I think I'd like it better if it was about twice as thick. I'd pay for that option.


    • #17
      Originally posted by ryanjones2150 View Post
      Got this little fixture table in, got it set up and ready to weld. It's small, 3'x4', but I have a small shop. Anyone else have one of these?
      I just got something like it for Christmas. I got the 2x3 Fab Block. Set it up today, going to start welding it tomorrow. I like that the fab block is extendable. Now I just have to find the tooling for it.


      • #18
        The fab blocks looks pretty cool. Probably more rigid than the table top too. It goes together nicely. The metal comes with a thin coat of oil on it. I ended up using brake cleaner then acetone to clean the joints. I wish I had cleaned them before I put it together.


        • #19
          Exactly how thick is it? (the top)

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          • #20
            This small one I got is 3/16". I didn't look, but I'd image the larger ones are thicker.


            • #21
              Originally posted by FusionKing View Post
              Exactly how thick is it? (the top)
              The Fab Block I got has a 1/4 inch thick top and sides.