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Ultimate Welding Table / Workbench with Awesome Clamping Options

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    I've needed a decent welding table/workbench for some time. I've always managed the best I could with what I had but this is going to make work much easier and more accurate too. I've not seen anyone fill the gaps in on a welding table before but it made sense to me as I'll probably be using this as a general workbench 75% of the time.
    A big thanks to Jason from Fireball Tools for his tips, which were extremely helpful! You can view his video here www.youtube.com/watch?v=-PQLb...
    I bought the steel from steel-mart.com
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  • Robert Harris
    Robert Harris Năm trước +10

    It's the attention to detail that makes these builds and videos so amazing! Going back and putting extra tape on each bar rather than fudging it. Keeping the sides square, grinding the weld/installing screws replacing with rubber stops so the spacers sit exactly right. Not to mention thinking about the fact the rubber should go on the bar not the table. Then removing the mill scale, waxing it etc ... Amazing!

  • HWM Designs
    HWM Designs 13 giờ trước

    Brilliant table and great design.

  • AJ Thomas
    AJ Thomas 2 năm trước +64

    That table is a thing of beauty. I don't even weld and I was still drooling over it. Fantastic design and work!

    • Golden Ghost
      Golden Ghost 2 năm trước

      @Pask Makes I love centimeter of this thing. It's a work of beauty that I would be proud to have in my house. Not sure at all if thinner steel would improve upon that :)

    • Pask Makes
      Pask Makes  2 năm trước +6

      Thanks very much - I was thinking it would make a cool dining table or desk but obviously with much thinner steel. :)

  • R. Craig Collins
    R. Craig Collins 2 năm trước +30

    Thanks for this wonderful distraction... can't wait for part 2. And thanks for owning up to mistakes... it is always interesting to see how you recover and I love your problem solving idea...they always lead to a great final product

  • Geoff Capper
    Geoff Capper 2 năm trước +3

    You're going to get years of service out of that one, great design and build! Thanks for sharing it.

  • Duncan Aitken
    Duncan Aitken 2 năm trước +4

    What a beautiful design and creation, Neil. One of the most aesthetically pleasing welding tables I've ever seen. I love it! Great trick with the vinegar, I must remember that one.

  • RaptureMan66
    RaptureMan66 2 năm trước +10

    Really love the humble pride that shows in your smile when you look at your finished table. I can tell you're pleased with how your project turned out, and rightly so. Job well done!

    • Pask Makes
      Pask Makes  2 năm trước +2

      Thanks very much - I must say that I am pretty pleased with it! :)

  • Edward Holmes
    Edward Holmes 2 năm trước +1

    It looks absolutely fantastic Neil! I don't weld, but it's surely a thing of beauty. Well made, sturdy and pinpoint accurate. Well done! :)

  • ciscogsx1000
    ciscogsx1000 2 năm trước +1

    First off, great video. As a helpful idea. When your tacking any square together try just tacking the inner edges together first. This method in conjunction with your gaps between your pieces will allow you to measure, squeeze, and pull the cross ends together and apart to make everything nice and square. Then when you tack the outer edges it will lock everything into place. That's how we trued up the ladder skids I built for a pump company. You can pull your measurement cross ways then use a ratchet strap for big stuff or push it on end against a wall until both measurements are the same then tack the outside and check for twist like you did. Hope that helps.

  • Arieh Davidoff
    Arieh Davidoff 2 năm trước

    Beautifully done. My son and I started watching your scrap wood challenge videos a couple years ago and now we're enjoying watching you learn new things. Keep up the good work!

  • Roberto DeBeers
    Roberto DeBeers Năm trước

    Really a well-thought-out project that finished up nicely and will provide years of good service. Well done!!

  • George Cunningham
    George Cunningham 2 năm trước +4

    brilliant mate! from inception to design, to execution, absolutely brilliant! its more than heartening to see a craftsman find and implement a solution to a problem, small or large, instead of "making do". so many just let it go half-arsed and live with it, using the initial flaws as excuses for substandard results.

  • chris osh
    chris osh 2 năm trước +1

    Nice job, the slats are a great idea. I couldn't find any decent sized triangles like the Fireball tools ones when I was building the framework for my solar panels, so I made my own out of 30mm angle iron, spent a bit of time to make sure they were accurate, I am still using the four of them three years on and now not looking to buy any. The Fireball ones are much better looking though.

  • Boneman 1
    Boneman 1 2 năm trước

    Beautiful table, and well thought out. Good to see your welding is really coming on. Thanks for the video.

  • Michael McEvoy
    Michael McEvoy 2 năm trước

    Fantastic build, I've looked at a variety of welding table on VNclip and this in my opinion is by far one of the best designs....just one question and I don't know whether it was asked in the comments already but what's the dimensions of the table

  • FlyDK
    FlyDK 2 năm trước +4

    Every time I watch your videos I get the same enjoyable experience. I feel deeply impressed by your craftsmanship, your diligence and wide-ranging knowledge. With the best wishes for you and your upcoming projects, I will look forward to your future videos. Thanks for sharing. 👍

  • Trav Wilson
    Trav Wilson 2 năm trước

    Pask, I have thought of building a welding table but my ideas were just over complicated. This is so clear and functional and so elegant (in terms of design). I really appreciate your work. Thank you.

  • gianpreisner
    gianpreisner 2 năm trước +1

    Man, this is a work of art! For me that only have basic steelworking tools this looks so much more achievable! I loved the video!

  • Kelvinkid100
    Kelvinkid100 2 năm trước

    You have definitely have given me a lot to think about when I will be ready to build a bench. I especially love the removable thin bars that you put in between the plates and your stops that are movable around the outside of the bench.

  • HDZ Customs
    HDZ Customs Năm trước

    Great job, I normally wouldn’t watch a 19 min video of someone building a welding table but your attention to detail made me watch the whole thing.

  • Glen Everett
    Glen Everett 2 năm trước

    Very nice design, I really like the clamping ability with the removable slats 👍

  • Steamfan71
    Steamfan71 2 năm trước +1

    Very nice, I've got one with threaded holes on a grid and you will definitely like the clamping ability, it's so much more efficient.

  • The Same Same
    The Same Same 2 năm trước +1

    This looks great! I would love to have a table like that!

  • Paul Angus
    Paul Angus 2 năm trước

    Fantastic work Neil! A very solid welding table indeed.

  • Jason R
    Jason R 2 năm trước

    I like the design Neil looks like it'll work well for what you do. Did you consider bolting the slats or some of the slats to the frame at all to make the bench a little more flexible? I'd be interested to see what the steel cost you to build the project. I hadn't seen those casters before either, they look way useful, where did you purchase them from?

  • Mr Johnny Drinkard
    Mr Johnny Drinkard 2 năm trước

    Thanks for sharing...honestly after trying many different designs and styles , I found the best is still the solid plate. Holes slits may look cool , but the plate you just weld your jigs right down , and you can use that space underneath with no or much less over all clean up. From slag and spatter you won't have that space for storage. Over time you'll see that ,that little time you save clamping ,you'll spend cleaning in cracks. Blowing out the junk just puts it in another hard to reach spot. My opinion stick to the biggest piece of solid steel possible.

  • Deeran Foxworthy
    Deeran Foxworthy 2 năm trước

    That's an awesome design! if I had a shop, that looks like a fantastic project for a simple yet functional design.
    Also, glad to see you got new boots!

  • Tokyo Craftsman
    Tokyo Craftsman 2 năm trước +5

    I think that Jason at Fireball Tools would approve!
    Well done that welding table would have a place in any decent fab shop for sure!
    Your versatility in making stuff always impresses.
    Cheers from Tokyo!
    Stu

    • Pask Makes
      Pask Makes  2 năm trước +1

      I hope so Stu! Thanks very much! :)

  • Jake Brown
    Jake Brown 2 năm trước

    Wonderful work as always, very informational and easy to understand. Great video and amazing product, keep it up!

  • Evan Kelly
    Evan Kelly 2 năm trước

    Awesome work man. I’ve seen a lot of these videos but yours seems like one I would actually consider making for my shop. Great video!

  • Daniel WW
    Daniel WW 2 năm trước

    Hands down the best welding table I've ever seen. I have seen a lot. Great work.

  • Andrew K.
    Andrew K. 2 năm trước

    Awesome, I would love to make one for my welding and be able to put wood on to do woodworking, I have a very small shop.
    I look forward to seeing what you make on your new welding table.

  • Will Black
    Will Black 2 năm trước

    I really like this video. I just started metal working at the beginning of Covid and have been interested in building a table like this. I was happy to see that you made a metal working video!

  • kz6fittycent
    kz6fittycent 2 năm trước

    I like it! You implemented some really good ideas - I was wondering how you'd clamp things in the middle and the slats were a great idea.

  • Jared E. Scheidel
    Jared E. Scheidel 2 năm trước

    Very nice and simple design for a welding table. Keep up the great craftsmanship and hard work. Can't wait to see next video.

  • Rouverius
    Rouverius 2 năm trước +1

    Can't wait to see what you do with it.
    Those removable slats are seriously clever.

  • drewbert
    drewbert 2 năm trước +4

    Nice work as usual! I love watching Jason from fireball tools...he does some excellent fabrication videos and that water jet is crazy. Glad you found him :)

    • Pask Makes
      Pask Makes  2 năm trước

      Thanks! I've only watched a few of his videos but really enjoyed them and will definitely watch more! :)

  • Joel Nogueira
    Joel Nogueira Năm trước

    Parabéns, ficou linda e robusta! Excelente

  • jeff sharp
    jeff sharp 10 tháng trước

    Love the design, great way for mounting jigs and other hardware. Great video.

  • Jesse 34
    Jesse 34 2 năm trước +1

    Amazing looking table, great job planning and building it Mate !!

  • John Lanham
    John Lanham 2 năm trước

    Epic !!! That’s one of the best welding tables I’ve ever seen. Strong work !!! 👍🏻👍🏻

  • YackBuilt
    YackBuilt 2 năm trước +19

    I think that is one of the nicest and well thought out welding tables I've ever seen.

  • Snack Slack
    Snack Slack 11 tháng trước

    You are an absolute legend sir Pask, you manage to entertain me in most of your videos and that means you have done it to other viewers as well. You work meticulously and I am sure metal works is just a piece of cake to you. Keep up the good work!

  • Matthew Hood
    Matthew Hood 2 năm trước

    Beautiful table. Great concept with the removable slats. Well done.

  • a life to make
    a life to make 2 năm trước +1

    Nice welds! Awesome table, and your clamping ideas are really interesting.

  • Momo WR
    Momo WR 2 năm trước +3

    Beautiful work! That’s a beast of a table.

  • Wayne Myers
    Wayne Myers Năm trước

    Very nice, this gives me an idea for my table that I've been wanting to build for some time, thanks for the awesome video!

  • birkir orn
    birkir orn 2 năm trước

    Excellent design, very sturdy table. Out of curiosity, how regularly do you reckon you'll need to re-wax the table?

  • Condredge Dole
    Condredge Dole 2 năm trước +2

    That table is so awesome!! Totally a worthwhile investment of time and money for that beauty. Can't wait to see what you make on it :)

  • Peter Cowell
    Peter Cowell 2 năm trước

    Another great job Neil. Just curious, what made the decision to use wax as opposed to something like boiled linseed oil, more durable ?

  • Dan Rozwood
    Dan Rozwood 2 năm trước +4

    Being in a similar wet environment, I would love to know how the wax on the table top works out. How often you have to reapply it, effectivness, level of effort, would you do it again, etc. Great build!

    • Gottenhimfella
      Gottenhimfella 2 năm trước

      @Pask Makes I'm sure it will help with preventing spatter from adhering, especially if it's reapplied regularly

    • Pask Makes
      Pask Makes  2 năm trước +3

      Yes it will be interesting to see. I think whatever finish goes on, there has to be a degree of maintenance. :)

  • Leo Brent
    Leo Brent 2 năm trước

    Awesome welding table. And I think the removable slats are a great idea

  • Ironymus
    Ironymus 2 năm trước +2

    this is an excellent welding Table Neil! Not even the purchasable welding tables are so well thought-out.

  • aviatordave1
    aviatordave1 2 năm trước

    That’s a fantastic design!! You continue to prove your craftsmanship and attention to detail with each project. I really enjoy watching your videos. Like you, I’ve got a table I’ve been using but I’m thinking about building a new one. Can you tell me where you got those casters?

  • Jeff Jackson
    Jeff Jackson 2 năm trước

    Love watching your videos. They are the best out there. You don't just make, you teach while you do it and that is impressive.

  • Yeoh-Ink Animations
    Yeoh-Ink Animations 2 năm trước +61

    I really like watching you work, your voice is very calming, and the fact that you allow the woodwork noises to make it sound natural

    • Pask Makes
      Pask Makes  2 năm trước +6

      Thanks very much - glad you're enjoying the videos. :)

    • Vikas SM
      Vikas SM 2 năm trước +4

      I was going to say the exact same thing!

  • Dr. Skip Kazarian
    Dr. Skip Kazarian 2 năm trước +2

    While I was in college, I worked summers at an industrial plant (FMC) and became familiar with both welding techniques and tools. I just want to comment that your design, fabrication, and versatility of this table is extraordinary. The absolute utility and finish are exceptional. Best to you and the family, give the pups a hug, and be healthy.

  • Aztec Warrior
    Aztec Warrior 2 năm trước

    I Really like this table. It is one of the best simple designs . Definitely one to be proud of.

  • Jack O'Mahoney
    Jack O'Mahoney 2 năm trước

    Hey mate though I'd congratulate you. This bench is amazing well though out through design and build I'm sure you'll have a blast with your new table. Well done mate!

  • Wm. Srite
    Wm. Srite 2 năm trước

    Mate, I'm probably biased because I've just bought a new welder but my favorite videos of yours are the metalworking ones. I'd love it if you kept adding to the inventory of metal fab and iron working. Loved the forge and this one. The anvil stand was tops. So, at least this guy from Oklahoma USA loves watching an Aussie with similar interests down in OZ. Thanks for making these. I know they aren't easy and you do a good job.

  • stavros katsopr
    stavros katsopr 2 năm trước +6

    Another, classic, OVERKILL by Neil. Nothing new mates, just a solid, lifetime guaranteed construction for the generations to come...
    Cheers and many many beers for many many years mate!

  • david baker
    david baker Năm trước

    That is a bench to be proud of Neil. Well thought through & every step done to perfection. Enjoy it mate.

  • Teresa T
    Teresa T 2 năm trước

    I love watching your videos, and I love how you arent afraid to admit you are human and make mistakes like the rest of us. It takes the pressure off, to know I can something new and not do it right the first time.

  • Thunderbuns1969
    Thunderbuns1969 Năm trước

    This table is a thing of beauty! You did one hell of a great job Sir!

  • Grumpyneanderthal
    Grumpyneanderthal 2 năm trước +45

    I need to make a sign in my shop “ Chill Dude, Neil makes mistakes also”.
    Great design as always Neil!! Welding was spot on also.

    • Peter Pan
      Peter Pan 2 năm trước

      I thought the same. :-)

    • Pask Makes
      Pask Makes  2 năm trước +6

      Thanks mate! I make plenty of mistakes, I'm sure we all do. Not sure the welding was spot on but I reckon it's good enough. ;)

  • Luli Rosset
    Luli Rosset 2 năm trước +1

    Excellent approach, Neil! I love the way you solved the clamping space with the removable spacers and the stops. Well done!
    Thanks for sharing the process.

    • Pask Makes
      Pask Makes  2 năm trước +1

      Thanks very much Luli! :)

  • Big Pete
    Big Pete 2 năm trước +1

    Your work ethic inspires me to be more precise and do more planning in my own workshop. I’m not and I never do but I’m inspired none the less.

  • Mr Man
    Mr Man Năm trước

    Amazing build, you make it look so easy, I'm inspired, thanks for sharing

  • NV Architect
    NV Architect 2 năm trước +7

    It's looking really good. Everytime I wear shorts when welding I send a spark down a shoe. Fireball makes great tools and videos.

  • Top Tiger
    Top Tiger Năm trước

    Clear, crisp, excellent pace and production values. Just lovely. Well done.

  • 3D Printing Pulse Motor
    3D Printing Pulse Motor 2 năm trước

    super sweet welding table. nicely done and it looks freaking great!!!

  • Hey I'm a Maker
    Hey I'm a Maker 2 năm trước

    I love to see your process in action Neil, awesome work!

  • sYcore
    sYcore 2 năm trước

    Beautiful build, thank you for sharing this! I'm still collecting ideas for mine but still haven't decided on which way I want to make the top.
    Maybe your way, maybe heavy rectangular tubing or maybe even a solid plate... Besides that I'm really worried that I won't get it square enough.
    So many maybes, but your idea is definitely on the list now! I love how it turned out :)

    • Ben Grogan
      Ben Grogan 2 năm trước

      Fireball Tool recently reuploaded lost footage of him explaining how he made his 1st weld table - time consuming but very adjustable construction

  • Torbjörn Åhman
    Torbjörn Åhman 2 năm trước +28

    Very nice! Wonder if I could make room for something like that!? Space is limited...

  • Alan Lapp
    Alan Lapp 2 năm trước

    Really excellent table, well thought out, well executed.

  • Michael Harmer
    Michael Harmer 2 năm trước

    Congrats on the new table, and great design! What a gamechanger!

  • JoJoAcrylic
    JoJoAcrylic 2 năm trước

    Fantastic design! really well put together

  • DigiSports
    DigiSports 2 năm trước +90

    There is something about waking up on a Sunday morning with a cup of coffee and watching this genius of a guy work on metal.

    • Brandon Raggette
      Brandon Raggette Năm trước

      Hey! that's literally what I'm doing now! haha

    • plazmotech
      plazmotech 2 năm trước

      exactly what I just did!

    • DigiSports
      DigiSports 2 năm trước +1

      @HARRIS Thanks for clearing that up for me.

    • mikepaul136
      mikepaul136 2 năm trước

      Well said!

    • HARRIS
      HARRIS 2 năm trước +2

      '...watching this genius of a guy work on *anything*'. There, fixed it for ya! 😂

  • Building stuff
    Building stuff 2 năm trước

    It is an awesome design. Well done. I humbly suggest strip discs for removing mill scale. They work fast for me.

  • buryzenek002
    buryzenek002 2 năm trước +1

    It turned out really good, Like I said in previous videos, I really like that your videos are very informative and you're not afraid to say that you've made mistake, some of the people would just cut it out :)

  • Dean Pearson
    Dean Pearson Năm trước

    I love seeing people make and use the things that they have made, I like this table that much I would like to build one for my self is there any plans for this table will be happy to pay for them?
    Keep up the great work 👍

  • m3chanist
    m3chanist 2 năm trước +1

    It's beautiful. I have set of those Blickle casters on my mill table, they are indeed the business.

  • The Bates
    The Bates 2 năm trước +7

    I’d love to mimic your table with exactness. Would you share all the dimensions?

  • Mark Hedquist
    Mark Hedquist 8 tháng trước

    Super nice, man. The top looks beautiful! I just love "raw" steel. Well, de-scaled and waxed steel anyway. I'm sure that table will be a pure joy to use.

  • Joseph Smithe
    Joseph Smithe 2 năm trước

    Great technique and well explained. I need a new and much bigger table for the powertig welding I'm doing now.

  • Lachie Bell
    Lachie Bell Năm trước

    Great design mate! One thing i learned after making my own table was that you don't need to clean up the paint where you are welding too much as it is supposed to be there and you just weld over it. Anyways good luck!

  • Billybob09871
    Billybob09871 2 năm trước

    That thing looks amazing, and hefty. Have you weighed it by any chance? Those edges look ideal for some kind of clamp-on metal bending jig, maybe a piece of angle iron with a hinge either end that could be clamped to the table, and a second angle iron to clamp the work down.

  • Philip Hampton
    Philip Hampton 2 năm trước +5

    This was a very satisfying build to watch.

  • Ocean View Workshop
    Ocean View Workshop 2 năm trước +1

    Have ordered a set of those wheels. Very useful and great timing for my next big project. Thanks for great video.

  • Today Let's Build
    Today Let's Build 4 tháng trước

    Great work. I need to make myself a new welding table soon. Great detail and craftsmanship.

  • Burak Özdamar
    Burak Özdamar 2 năm trước

    Your attention to details are remarkable. Very well thought work from start to finish. Congrats.

  • spiny / Torment
    spiny / Torment 2 năm trước +3

    I have to admit, I watched all the way through and wondered why you were doing the slats, when it would be easier to just weld a big bit of plate on the top, then you showed the clamp part and I literally said out loud "i'm an idiot" - excellent work as ever :D

    • J DeWitt
      J DeWitt 2 năm trước

      Another method people use is a solid top with holes drilled and special clamps for the holes. But with the slat method, there's no holes until you remove the slats.

  • Ed Ballard WD8JVV
    Ed Ballard WD8JVV 2 năm trước

    Great work bench build, I like all the clamping options.

  • MichaelCarroll
    MichaelCarroll 2 năm trước

    Fantastic! I have absolutely no need for such a table, but now I really, *really* want one!

  • benjamminbrown
    benjamminbrown 2 năm trước

    This is one of the coolest pieces you've ever made. Very impressive!

  • Homem Urso
    Homem Urso Năm trước

    You gain my total admiration and respect, sir. Not only for your admirable skills and abilities, but also for your honesty and integrity displayed here. You owned your mistakes with great humility and respect for your viewers and supporters, and that something really appreciated, my good sir. Thank you for your exemplary professionalism.

  • Handyman Andy
    Handyman Andy 2 năm trước +12

    Nothing like cutting your freshly welded piece apart - one thing I have learned watching youtube, we all make mistakes. Even Pask Makes Mistakes :-)

  • Tim G
    Tim G 2 năm trước

    Great work building the table. do you have an estimated overall weight for the table, just curious.

  • mountaindewdude76
    mountaindewdude76 2 năm trước

    that's a real serious welding table! Really nice job on the build and thanks for sharing your thoughts!

  • lunkydog
    lunkydog 2 năm trước

    Nice to see both of your little helpers again. The bench is very well thought out. Nice job.