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    Been Around the Block QuicksilverJK's Avatar
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    Let's see your (Home) welding setup

    With all the resent posts about welding I figured this could be a fun topic.

    Here's mine. Hobart 190 220v and a Lincoln Viking Chip Foose welding hood. Modified a small rolling toolbox to hold bottles and extension cord for the welder.

    I figure leaving this as a home welder only post will keep all the Large Commercial welders out of it. So let's hear what's in your shop/ garage?

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    Knows a Thing or Two black pearl's Avatar
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    Hers my little off brand 110 gas/no gas welder it dose 3/16 plate really well I even use it for stainless steel projects (with tri mix gas) for my bigger projects I have a Lincoln 220 stick welder IMG_4790.jpg


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    That dude from Mississippi notnalc68's Avatar
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    Subscribed. I'm looking for ways to set up my new equipment.


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    Cheap cart with welder on top, plasma on bottom, middle shelf for tools and gloves. Sits next to saw and grinder. Helmet on wall. Summer and winter attire hanging over my golf bag.

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    Fresh Catch knotabyte's Avatar
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    Lincoln 140 120v


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    Caught the Bug JamesCo's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by black pearl View Post
    Hers my little off brand 110 gas/no gas welder it dose 3/16 plate really well I even use it for stainless steel projects (with tri mix gas) for my bigger projects I have a Lincoln 220 stick welder IMG_4790.jpg


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    Nice setup. But could you take a wider pic to get the full effect? (Like of the Bronco!) lol.


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    Knows a Thing or Two madstiles's Avatar
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    Craftsman mig welder Harbor freight cart and helmet.
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    That dude from Mississippi notnalc68's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by QuicksilverJK View Post
    With all the resent posts about welding I figured this could be a fun topic.

    Here's mine. Hobart 190 220v and a Lincoln Viking Chip Foose welding hood. Modified a small rolling toolbox to hold bottles and extension cord for the welder.

    I figure leaving this as a home welder only post will keep all the Large Commercial welders out of it. So let's hear what's in your shop/ garage?

    IMG_0178.jpgIMG_0179.jpg


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    That's a nice setup. I wondered about a cart like that, but there was no where to put bottles. I guess I could practice my welding, making one. I'm good at cutting & measuring, from carpentry. I've just never run a bead.


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    Been Around the Block QuicksilverJK's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by notnalc68 View Post
    That's a nice setup. I wondered about a cart like that, but there was no where to put bottles. I guess I could practice my welding, making one. I'm good at cutting & measuring, from carpentry. I've just never run a bead.


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    Making or modifying a cart is a great practice project.


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    Knows a Thing or Two NecessaryEvil's Avatar
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    Let's see your (Home) welding setup

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    Here is my welder cart setup.


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    Last edited by NecessaryEvil; 03-06-2017 at 02:03 AM.



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