How To Build A Welding Cart For A Mig & Stick Welder Part 1/4




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Theball Player: Not sure if it's just a poor mic on that camera, but something doesn't sound right. The arc sounds inconsistent and poppy.

Juan Moreno: love the weld scene that splits the set it should happen more often original

Josh Glowzinski: Interesting. In a few months, I am getting a Miller Bobcat. I want to take welding classes. I randomly got a cheap welder and was rather good at it. I think it weighs like 501 pounds. I want to make something that I can use to move it out of the shed that my mom and step father are going to get me. The thing will be either 8 x 8 or 8 x 10. Way to small to weld in. This put ideas into my head. I will have to figure out how to make the wheels be strong enough. The only think I have now is a small stick welder. So, mild steel is what I can weld. It will be fin to see what I can create. haha Thanks for the cool videos. Peace.

PotatoGunsRule: Where are you from buddy? That's a strong northern accent! LOL *I am full on "southern drawl" myself but not as bad as Georgia.

Those 90 degree clamps look great!

Tony Turner: Best way to tack a frame like that is to just put a tack in the middle of the inside corners, and weld the outside corners first... 1/4 the number of tacks, way faster, and only have to flip the frame once which is especially important with larger, heavier frames.

Hla Tun: Check out this video on YouTube:

RetroWeld: Great cart

Brian Wynn: Too much gas bud run it closer to 10 

Moffa Hoffa: Why don't you ground to your table?

DAVID TUTTLE: You said your welder was set up for 14 gauge is that what the steel was or just a setting that worked well?

jason hullihen: 90 degree's man you misspoke your directions man..

Jerrythe coo: Very nice Dony............. A nice compact unit. 

donald laisure (73SuperGlide62): Like your cart have you thought of turning your mig into tig welder

jibba02: use a square not a level..

unclefrankonap1953: just a great  job you do anice job explaining projects thanks so much just subscribed to your channel put have seen lots of your video,s.

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archangel20031: Nice not to have to deal with the flux core splatter!

archangel20031: Ok, I'm not even 3 minutes in and what is with the weld flash between scenes? We see enough of that when we are welding.

donyboy73: a few hundred bucks
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