I haven't posted anything on the forum yet, so it's time to show something. I present for a quickly built welding cart. Construction made of 18x30x2 sections. Reinforcements for shelves - 20x4 flat bar. Shelves made of 18mm OSB. Front wheels - swivel 75mm with brake. Rear wheels - 220mm pumped on 20mm axle. Additionally, a triple hermetic socket 16A and 10mb of H05RR-F OW 3x2.5mm2 cable with Legrand 16A plug are mounted.
The cart probably modeled on the idea Pirana I do not see any handle behind which the trolley can be guided, it makes maneuvering much easier. I also recommend welding the side tool holders from cut pipes. My version of the pram:
PS This is my debut welding, before I did not even hold the handle in my hand
The reducer protruding beyond the outline looks a bit disturbing. Mounting the cylinders would also make it easier to replace them, and as above, not to lean when tightening the screw. I think I would stick to the cylinder chain.
The reducer protruding beyond the outline looks a bit disturbing.
I assure you that it does not protrude beyond the outline of the stroller
Mounting the cylinders would also make it easier to replace them, and as above, not to lean when tightening the screw. I think I would stick to the cylinder chain.
Well, I am asking you ... Every few months I will make this effort to lean a bit, remove (with a screwdriver) two screws and replace the cylinder ... Every day I bend even more to tie shoelaces and live somehow ...
Cool cool .. I'm getting ready for my stroller now ... it will be a hybrid stroller. Ie. with 4 wheels, two swivel. Extended handles similar to a storage trolley ... miller also called, will allow easier climbing on the steps .. in uneven terrain. The rear wheels I bought 260mm in front diameter will be 125mm the height of the truck above the ground 16cm. As for the weight of the trolley, I calculated about 11 kg. In fact, it will probably get more. Cylinders mounted not behind the welding machine but next to ... so as not to lengthen the structure. For me, a width of 50-65 cm is good. The stroller will be more stable and easier to maneuver. Once I have completed the steel elements, I take on the workmanship. Here's a sketch of how it would look. Upper shelf for the welder. Lower mask, spools, etc. On the upper shelf, a lifting band / railing or what to call it to open the side flap to the welder when changing the wire. Trolley designed typically for Ideal Tecnomig 205. Or Magnum Mig 205 alu synergy. Second picture these are the dimensions of the angle profiles, etc. I probably only read the records for me Proposition of ecology .. old diaries are perfect for plotting ideas heh