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    Welding Table "Kits" for the Hobbyist and Pro Weldor's

    I saw this link on another forum, these look like fantastic kits of the average DIY'er and even most pro weldors who need a flat and semi portable work surface. The prices seem very reasonable, and the quality seams great too.

    https://weldtables.com/collections/p...ing-table-tops

    https://weldtables.com/collections/p...ing-table-kits

    https://weldtables.com


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    Oh if I was just starting out.

    Can't count the number of times I've weld something to my table to hold it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    Oh if I was just starting out. 1gif:

    Can't count the number of times I've weld something to my table to hold it.
    Oh yeah, well I've welded something to the table not intending for the table to hold it, oops.😱

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    I went this route when it was on sale recently for $59.99. Their shipping is only $6.99, so it was affordable to have it delivered to my home.

    http://www.harborfreight.com/adjusta...ble-61369.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    Oh if I was just starting out.

    Can't count the number of times I've weld something to my table to hold it.

    And once a guy gets used to doing that, it's hard to break the habit. It would be a shame to wreck a nice table so fast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ddinham View Post
    I went this route when it was on sale recently for $59.99. Their shipping is only $6.99, so it was affordable to have it delivered to my home.

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    I have a similar table that I got from Eastwood. The one I have has some added features over the Harbor Freight one.. The height is adjustable & it has wheels on one side to allow it to be easily moved. .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    Oh if I was just starting out.

    Can't count the number of times I've weld something to my table to hold it.
    Dang rookie..........
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Cajun View Post
    Dang rookie..........
    I like to think of it as "Old School".
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    One of my first welding projects after I bought a Lincoln wire feed was my welding table, very heavy. I would like to have all of the holes for jigs but I can't afford the mag drill.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    I saw this link on another forum, these look like fantastic kits of the average DIY'er and even most pro weldors who need a flat and semi portable work surface. The prices seem very reasonable, and the quality seams great too.

    https://weldtables.com/collections/p...ing-table-tops

    https://weldtables.com/collections/p...ing-table-kits

    https://weldtables.com


    I've casually pondered those tables; but other things in life have priority at the moment.

    Quote Originally Posted by odis View Post
    One of my first welding projects after I bought a Lincoln wire feed was my welding table, very heavy. I would like to have all of the holes for jigs but I can't afford the mag drill.
    Some places rent magnetic drill presses.
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    I have more ideas than ambition.


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