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  • Conrad_Turbo
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    Jewery box for my sister out of 0.080" aluminum, tig welding, polishing and glass bead blasting it.

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  • redintn
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    Yard man
    Tractor
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  • wrench3047
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    for the tire foam stuff we got a two part stuff from john deere dealer took valve cores out tire. mixed up stuff poured through valve stem and let it do its thing after 20 minutes or so snipped the stuff that had squirted back out and had a solid tire. it was the caster wheels on the front of a large mower after the tires fell apart we were still able to run the foam rubber wheel for a few days.

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  • araspitfire
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    Here are a few of my latest:

    A spacer for stacking pie-plates in the fridge, folds for storage.



    A rough prototype Christmas tree holder. I'll clean this up and make it dissasemble after we are done with it.


    A Shelf for fitting a plant on a narrow window ledge:


    More (and larger) images, with explanations can be found on my Smugmug page here.

    Thanks for looking.

    Al...

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  • rbertalotto
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    Just learning TIG...............

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  • turboglenn
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    Originally posted by Sherweld View Post
    This was made from 100% scrap and recycled materials. Maybe I should have painted it green ...
    Thats one of the coolest little welding carts i've ever seen. very nice work!

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  • JimYoung
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    Finished this "Happy Cat" for a woman today...
    Jim
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  • Dirty Welder
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    Spray foam?

    Originally posted by Rubiconmike View Post
    You can get you're tires filled with foam
    so they never go flat.
    The grips in the movies do that.
    Is that right?
    How you do that?
    can you do it with the spray foam in a can or you need special equipment?

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  • Rubiconmike
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    Originally posted by Dirty Welder View Post
    I add those wheels in case the tires get flat, because is also really heavy.
    there 5 inch casters i got on ebay 300lb capacity each.

    You can get you're tires filled with foam
    so they never go flat.
    The grips in the movies do that.

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  • monte55
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    Originally posted by Sherweld View Post
    This was made from 100% scrap and recycled materials. Maybe I should have painted it green ...
    Everything about the picture looks good.........good job!
    Some have good projects but their presentation is terrible................

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  • JimYoung
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    did this wall mounted paper towel holder for a customer today... waiting for painting instructions..
    Jim
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  • Dirty Welder
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    small caster

    Originally posted by rbertalotto View Post
    Hey Dirty Welder,

    What is the little wheel between the two main wheels for?

    I add those wheels in case the tires get flat, because is also really heavy.
    there 5 inch casters i got on ebay 300lb capacity each.

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  • rbertalotto
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    Hey Dirty Welder,

    What is the little wheel between the two main wheels for?

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  • rbertalotto
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    I needed a new cart for my small O/A tanks. I was prepared to weld up the whole thing but I was at ACE Hardware and they had a heavy duty handtruck on sale for under $30. So, with this handtruck and a snazzy red tool box and some pieces of chain and a few turnbuckles, I built this cart......







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  • Sherweld
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    Another Welding Machine Cart

    This was made from 100% scrap and recycled materials. Maybe I should have painted it green ...
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