I just remembered.. that giant pile of wooden table legs, stashed into an
access door in the stairwell..?
On Thursday, July 24, 2014, <hol(a)gaskill.com> wrote:
make no mistake - we will weld :)what are
peoples' thoughts on
ventilation? that and outlets are the big things missing from the space
right now. i guess i could just bring it in for some trash room welding
until backspace takes rightful claim of that room.
On 2014-07-24 15:09, niki wrote:
Y'all are crushing my welding dreams.... :)
On Thu, Jul 24, 2014 at 2:59 PM, Patrik D'haeseleer <patrikd(a)gmail.com
> Alternatively, foldable sawhorses can be had for as little as $12 a
> piece - $24 for a table. Or as Matt suggested, if we have free 2x4's
> aplenty, we can just buy the brackets for around $3 a piece - $12 for a
> table with two sawhorses.
> That may be the best (cheapest, lightest, and most easily stored)
> solution for temporary tables.
> For more permanent tables, the threaded pipe solutions hol suggested
> would be awesome. Sturdy, simple to build, nice industrial look, and
> doesn't require any welding.
> On Thu, Jul 24, 2014 at 11:01 AM, <hol(a)gaskill.com
>> there are a few capable welders in the group, but probably the easiest
>> way would be with threaded pipe and flanges:
>> once we have ventilation sorted i was planning to bring a small 120V
>> welder in and i'd be glad to show you the basics. it's a flux core
>> so not the cleanest, but it fits in a backpack so that's neat.
>> concerning the doors themselves, they are taking up significant real
>> estate in sudo room and we have plenty of folding tables for our use. if
>> they are of use to the omni overall, i'd suggest we find storage space for
>> them in one of the common areas.
>> On 2014-07-24 10:29, niki wrote:
>> I have been thinking about making some legs for turning those hollow
>> core doors into tables when needed.
>> I came across this recently:
and thought.. we could
>> make something like that!!
>> I only have some rudimentary soldering skills, but I'd really like to
>> learn more heavy duty welding / metallurgy. Anyone here have experience
>> with that at all?
>> Anyone interested in working on a project like this with me? Not
>> necessarily tomorrow, but in the not-too-distant future?
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