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Klutch 36" x 24" x 33-1/4" Steel Welding Table w/ Tool Kit

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Northern Tool and Equipment has Klutch Steel Welding Table w/ Tool Kit for $179 - $20 w/ keycode 266361 = $159. Store pickup is free where stock permits, otherwise shipping is $41.99, or free shipping for Northern Advantage members ($39.99/year, info here). Thanks boyeule
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Includes 24-pc. metal fit-up kit: 4 threaded adapters, 4 stop bases with stop plates, 4 magnetic rests, 8 V-blocks and 4 inserted clamps. -johnny_miller

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Clearance price.

Somewhat comparable to Strong Hands table that is ~$500

$179 - ($20 off $100 coupon code 266361) = $159 + local tax



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Nice setup if you have the space.

If your like me and need space (and want to pay only $55, using 20% off), check out Harbor Freight's welding table. It stores away nicely and has been great.

https://www.harborfreight.com/adj...61369.html
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Table top is 9 gauge(1/10 of inch). Too thin in my opinion for a welding/fab table. I was seriously considering buying this as well until I saw that. Imo minimum you want 1/4 top on a welding/fab table.

I am looking to replace the hf 'welding table' linked earlier it is okay for light duty projects but if you are trying to keep anything square while welding it will just bend. It probably has 16ish gauge top.

If you look at your steel recycling place you can generally find large pieces for a table as well as legs for relatively cheap. My guy generally charges 10 cents a pound but it is just whatever they have laying around.
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Don't weldor/fabricators build rather than buy their work-table? That's what I plan to do out of some scrap heavy plate and some cutting bars. Did the same for the welding cart and my workbench.
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Rep'd for unique product value.

Pretty substantial weight, at 72 pounds.
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Dang I've been wanting one like this for a long time. I wonder how sturdy it is. Pretty tempting.
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Seems pretty good, especially with all the accessories. $42 shipping for those of us without a NT nearby
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Nice setup if you have the space.

If your like me and need space (and want to pay only $55, using 20% off), check out Harbor Freight's welding table. It stores away nicely and has been great.

https://www.harborfreight.com/adj...61369.html
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Looks like a good deal if they don't cancel your order
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Nice setup if you have the space.

If your like me and need space (and want to pay only $55, using 20% off), check out Harbor Freight's welding table. It stores away nicely and has been great.

https://www.harborfreight.com/adj...61369.html [harborfreight.com]
damn that cost as much as the HF drill press that i'm planning to buy OMG
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Don't weldor/fabricators build rather than buy their work-table? That's what I plan to do out of some scrap heavy plate and some cutting bars. Did the same for the welding cart and my workbench.
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Don't weldor/fabricators build rather than buy their work-table? That's what I plan to do out of some scrap heavy plate and some cutting bars. Did the same for the welding cart and my workbench.
Classic chicken/egg problem. If you don't already have a table, what do you build your table on?!
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Classic chicken/egg problem. If you don't already have a table, what do you build your table on?!
material costs makes building" things cost prohibitive for somethings.
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Table top is 9 gauge(1/10 of inch). Too thin in my opinion for a welding/fab table. I was seriously considering buying this as well until I saw that. Imo minimum you want 1/4 top on a welding/fab table.

I am looking to replace the hf 'welding table' linked earlier it is okay for light duty projects but if you are trying to keep anything square while welding it will just bend. It probably has 16ish gauge top.

If you look at your steel recycling place you can generally find large pieces for a table as well as legs for relatively cheap. My guy generally charges 10 cents a pound but it is just whatever they have laying around.
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Use code 266361 for an extra $20 off
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Classic chicken/egg problem. If you don't already have a table, what do you build your table on?!
I suppose that's true, but do you really have to have a table to build one? I didn't have a welding cart until I built one and lived with an old desk till I built a proper workbench.

As far as materials go I'm really holding out for a nice 1in thick plate for the top. I have some 0.5in, but an inch will make for a much truer surface that will take plenty of abuse. All of the professional welding shops I know of either use thick plate or heavy slats (generally both with the slats used for the cutting table). Sure it's not cheap, but if you're resourceful and patient you can save a lot and end up with something that will take a beating and still be serviceable for the grandkids.
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