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  • ryanjones2150
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    Nah, that’s the cart right after I built it in my home shop. I took it to the big shop. My little shop is still better equipped than the big one.

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  • MMW
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    Looking good Ryan. I thought you just moved into a new shop? Did you clutter it up that quick?

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  • ryanjones2150
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    It’s difficult to get such a fine finish on steel like this. Plus, it’ll wear in like fine leather goods.

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  • Ltbadd
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    Originally posted by ryanjones2150 View Post
    notice the exemplary paint job on the scrap metal chassis.
    Looks like you used a steel patina for the finish

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  • ryanjones2150
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    This is the most recent welding cart I built....feeder look familiar, Mic?....notice the exemplary paint job on the scrap metal chassis. It has cord/lead storage on the backside.
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  • ryanjones2150
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    The Tower of Power.....

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  • Bking1973
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    Here is mine.
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  • Sberry
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    I still have the cart. It's out in storage. I actually removed 2 carts and turned the synch into a rack for a couple machines as I really didn't move them anyway. I was in the panel for something and moved a circuit for a home for the Hobart. As little as I use it wouldn't have been a big deal to plug or cord it to another one but it's all out of the way. I don't mind fussing a little for occasional stuff but I hate working around things I don't regularly use.
    I need to have it, just don't need it in the way of stuff I use daily. I keep the spool gun on that machine. It has retired the synch as its so fast and easy.

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  • Oldgrandad
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    Just kidding with you. We have a mix of store bought and shop made stands here in my shop. It is usually cheaper for me to buy them. And I have to say that the welding cart that started this thread is an awesome one of a kind piece of functional art.

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  • Sberry
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    It was fast and cheap.

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  • Oldgrandad
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    That is one nice shop. My fave is the sync 300 brings back fond memories of welds gone by. But as I'm looking thru the pic's of all those awesome shop built carts, tables, and other do dads (seriously like them all) I saw something that was just out of place. I could not believe it, is that a store bought adjustable stand, in post 13.

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  • Sberry
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    It might be, not sure what he may be using it for. Might be getting it to clean snow off a car outside.

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  • MAC702
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    On post #10, Sberry, I can't tell what that is in the middle. I THINK, and I'm going off of a VERY old memory,...

    Is that what they call a .....

    a....




    A broom?

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  • Sberry
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ID:	594880 I have neighbors and buds with machine tools, its super rare I need them. We just don't use so many old machines that were job shop built anymore and parts shopping is so much better than it was. I am a super MyGyver anyway and most of the time I got it done before they have it chucked up anyway. I did find another cart for some extra bolts.

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  • ryanjones2150
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    That there is a proper shop, boys and girls...not too dirty, not too clean and got everything you need and some stuff you don't, including the coffee cans full of random nuts and bolts...

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