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Great build, thanks for sharing your time and talent!
Thank you for watching!
You probably have already thought of it But if you put a small expanded metal screen down in your hopper you would be able to catch smaller parts and not have to dig them out of your bucket Very Nice setup
Nice ingenuity man! This design could also work well as a hood for heat deflection and fume extraction for a forge with some ducting and in-line fan
You have just saved me about $120.00 over Amazon's price for the Eastwood version of this table. Thanks a bunch!
They finally have them in stock at Jegs’s for under $100. Was about to drop $230 on one from Amazon. Thank you so much for this. Going to make one soon!
Simple and elegant solution. Nice design. Thanks for the lesson.
That looks great I’m thinking of building one just like it thanks for the idea in the plans
Love the idea. I am going to build a little bigger table, but will need to modify plans for a bigger collector. Also in watching your video, I noticed that bad ass belt grinder. Did you build that, or bur it? Would love to see your plans, if you ordered them, please share where. Thank you
Thanks for the plans, I just bought one of these tables so big help as i hate catching my boot laces on fire.
Where do I get the plans?
Plasma table coming today going to start building spark arrestor from your plans. Been looking for some time on how to make one & finally found yours.Thank you for sharing your plans & knowledge.hermanscustomtinkershopI like to make stuff
Thanks for the plans! Got it cut and tacked up today. Just need to do some minor fit up issues and weld the entire seam.
It's great how you show the warts and all. Some videos only show how amazingly perfect some guys like to pretend to be! LOL Thanks for the heads up on the table, great value!
Stupid question maybe, but where can one get the welding table metal that has holes all over in a grid like pattern???Love the videos, thank you for making them!
@Make Everything thank you! I'm just getting started, finished welding school just to learn, and figure I can turn it into a side gig and make an additional revenue stream that I'll enjoy, and be able to use my welding skills. I'm an IT Director by day. Thank you again sir!
Strong hand tools makes an amazing fixture table. They sell them through trick tools and other stores. It’s called a welding fixture table.
Great idea. Gonna keep this spark diverting device in mind when my plasma cutter arrives!!
Now that is a GREAT tip. Loved the outcome.
Awesome work Chris! 😃👍🏻👊🏻
Excellent job. the "buy (table) vs make" was clearly the correct oneWhat about a fumes, smoke eater worked into the bucket?
I usually do my cutting outside, and when im inside I have a smoke eater over the welding area. It would be nice to get a smaller one thats just dedicated to the plasma table tho... Now the wheels are turning!
Nice job on the collector. And thanks for letting us know about the table. Super deal! You volume is pretty low. Had to hold the speaker up to my ear to hear.
Make Everything it may just be my iPad and speaker. No one else has said anything. But I just watched a mini bike video and I could hear it fine. Thanks again. Great videos!!
Thanks! Noted, ill turn it up next time! So hard to tell when editing
Thanks for the good video. What is the name of the welding machine you are using in this video?
That’s simple and fan-damn-tastic!
Any reason that the smaller panels come out 1/2” higher than the longer bent pieces? (17-1/16”). If I make all 4 sides that dump into the bucket all flush on the small end than the small panels stick up 1/2” past the bend on the bigger ones.
So you can bend the side up closer to the frame. Video doesn't show it. Plans don't show bending on that piece either. Hard to explain. You can see he sheared up pieces for the short sides too. See 9:06.
Cool project. Thanks for sharing
How well has the Jegs table held up? I’m looking at it and the Weld Tables version. Cost is drastically diff and I don’t want to waste my money. Need ur input!
I got the last one that Jegs had yesterday. I had to call cause it was missing some of the bolts. She also said they won’t be back in stock till April as they are switching manufacturers.
The fold up one I built saved me some space but this is such a cost effective way to go and your upgrade with the funnel section makes it spot on! Another great build sir 🔥👍🏼🔥
Im still jealous of your fold up design! I have a feeling this one mine eventually become attached to another table with some hinges... BUT I do love being able to cut outside and keep all the smoke and fumes out of my shop! Thanks man!
Where did you get/order the sheet metal?
How would your design handle gas torch cutting? Would the 20 ga. hold up or burn through?
You ever find out I don't have a plasma cutter but got oxy acetylene
I have a non pilot arc plasma cutter.Will it cut through the table?I have heard you need a pilot arc to use a cutting table.
The table is not on Amazon anymore, Ebay for 109.00 plus tax same one JEGs
Great video. Did you make a video on the Lincoln Tomohawk 1000?
Great timing I just got a Hypertherm powermax 45 and want a table. I'll be getting one of these and making the collection system. Thanks
@Make Everything The table is here already! Going to put it together now.
@Make Everything Already ordered the table and printed your drawing Thanks again
Awesome! It’s crazy the difference it makes in terms of air quality and safety in the shop!
Is this good for welding too?
Awesome add on!
Talk about Common Sense. My sandblasting cabinet has the same taper underneath it to catch the sand. And that's a great price for the table.. just in case you want to modify it , you have a great base to start with. 2 THUMBS UP 👍👍
Thanks for sharing! 🤙🏻
Good luck building that for under $500 just a year later…
I need one of these for my powerplasma cutter.
Well done ..
cool video but couldn't help but wonder why you were using circular saw, and 4 inch grinder to cut sheet metal when you obviously have a plasma cutter
it was much easier to cut the sheet on that foam board than to try and support that sheet while letting the plasma arc cut through it. Plus it makes less smoke, and less of a chance to warp that thin sheet metal.
Awesome, got any tools or equipment you want to donate or sale? Just starting out really dont know what I need but going to collect tools and equipment. Ready to retire and use these to tinker with and keep myself busy.
James Price check Facebook and letgo in your local area you can almost always find garage or estate sales with inexpensive tools. I go through my shop and clear out excess stuff from time to time, usually donate it to young kids starting out who don’t have any tools or money to get them
THAT WELDING MACHINE YOU USING IS MADE IN CHINA
Those 2 years ago Trump prices are looking pretty good right about now isnt it boys?Lets Go Brandon
Really bugs me when it's cheaper to buy than make. Does nothing to foster creativity. Seems like everything must be sacrificed to the altar of capitalist profit.Nice upgrade tho Chris 👍
What do you do with the collected sparks ?? Make Sparklers ? 🙄😏😂
Like you sead material is so expensive it kills the welding trade at one time welding was gold ticket from building wood spliters to car chasies and trailors now people want somthing the can but it at harbor freight or tractor macheanery the can get new wood splitor for 1000$ im cant build one with all new parts for that price .china and india get alot of are work but their is quality different but most dont care they rather pay less
talk a little faster next time, So I only got to watch 4 times to get everything out the video LOL ; P )
Where do I find the plans.
Put a little water in that bucket.