Hard work. Attention to detail. Pride of workmanship. We’ve got no secrets – we want our customers to know what goes into the tables we build. So today I’m outlining how we build our welding tables, and also importantly why we build them this way. (Note: I previously wrote about welding table flatness and why it actually matters.) What is Flat? Everyone has a different definition of what “flat” means. And for good reason! Different[…]Continue Reading
If you ever need to flip a big heavy welding table, or just about any other kind of table, and you happen to have a forklift nearby, here’s the easiest way we know of to make it happen in just a few quick steps! Know of any other good techniques – with or without a forklift? Definitely share them in the comments below to help everyone out!
We sell a lot of welding tables, and the two most common questions are: How do I keep a welding table from rusting? What fixtures can I use on your welding tables? Well, we’ll tackle number two later, so for now let’s talk about how to care for steel tables that are exposed to the elements. Both before and after they get attacked with rust. WD-40 Is Your Best Friend Although everyone knows WD-40 is[…]Continue Reading
What Exactly Is Flat? One of the most misleading things in the welding table supply business is the way vendors intermix machine specifications while discussing welding table flatness, ignoring the difference between finished products and the machines they’re made on. So let’s clear things up. There are two primary types of welding tables being supplied in the industry: Cast and surfaced welding tables. Laser cut and fabricated welding tables. Each offers distinct benefits. Cast tables[…]Continue Reading
A little while back we had the opportunity to redesign and refurbish the old picnic tables at a local park. The old tables had a nice concrete base firmly planted in cement, but they had extremely weathered, rusty and downright dangerous expanded metal surfaces that were desperately in need of replacement! So we decided to do away with the old metal surface in favor of a cooler, smoother treated wood surface, supported by a strong[…]Continue Reading