Make it roll, again, again,,,
Pulled out an old table that wasn’t being used because the wheels were seized up. I mean REALLY seized up.
There are many times when your wheels are locked up they don’t need to be replaced. A quick soak with some WD-40, a few turns of the wheel and it will break free overnight, rinse, repeat.
I had some other wheels I acquired from another gig and prepped all the metal points that would be welded. The welds are slightly convex meaning i could have traveled slower or added more wire to the weld. I wasn’t concerned about this because the wheels would be destroyed under the pressure before these welds broke. I do dozens of jobs like that that slip through the cracks and pictures don’t get taken of.
Too busy getting shit done I guess,,,
This entry was posted on November 12, 2013 by DuckRoll Designs. It was filed under portfolio and was tagged with fabrication, fabricator, Hand cut, metal, metal work, mig welding, portland, steel plate, welding.