Suspended welder

  1. nickk Member

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    whilst I'm convalescing from my back op & being slightly bored ,I trying to grasp this technology thing by the balls & post more,
    Many years ago I hung my welder from an overhead runway for better ergonomics & tidiness,it's a boon will do the other one in the big shed eventually,the hoisting cradle just utilises existing holes.
     
  2. nickk Member

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    Trying to add a photo!:confused:
     
  3. nickk Member

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  4. nickk Member

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    Sort of success,I'm getting there. slowly.
     
  5. mart

    mart Member

    Hi Nickk, hope you are not in too much pain there with your back.

    Can you post a photo from further away from the actual welder to give some perspective to what you are demonstrating ?

    PS when you upload your photo, give it a few seconds to process, then maybe click on the home page, then come back to your post. I think you may have clicked on your upload button 3 times with the previous pic, thinking that it had not worked.;)
     
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  6. nickk Member

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    yes i had clicked 3 times[thinking it didn't work ,then my assistant told me another icon to press,which worked ,will take another photo when back at work monday.in detail to show the suspension carriage.
     
  7. mart

    mart Member

    It's easily done while getting used to it.

    It is possible to delete the two duplicates by using the edit button.
     
  8. Robotstar5

    Robotstar5 Casanunda Staff Member

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    Duplicate images removed.
     
  9. nickk Member

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    thanks.
     
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