Welding Table

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  1. Carlos Merino

    Carlos Merino Member

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    The good about having a Torchmate is that you can "enjoy" the shutdown
    Posting a couple of pics of a welding table we just did last Friday. In the pic you can't see them very well but it has square and angle lines. Also our logo engraved
    We used all the machine has, pen marking and flexcut marking
    This e8548d7f-b0f7-43da-ac81-17aae0b3c15e.jpg week will be doing some fun stuff for my kids, will share them with you

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    Nice work. Is that 3/8 plate and what are the cutting specs?
     
  3. Carlos Merino

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    It was done with 1/4 plate, right now I'm finishing a new drawing that can share, since this one had some minor details
    To be honest, it's so rigid that I think it can be done with 3/16
     

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