Sorry Bill, I'm a week late with the picture. I have included it in my pictures in this post.
This is my Miller Thunderbolt 225 AC stick welder. I made the cabinet it is sitting on to store welding supplies and to roll around with the Miller on it.
Just a simple drop down door to access the cabinet contents. The yellow fiberglass welding blanket is a handy item to have when you need to protect something from weld splatter. I lay it on rams of my lift when I am welding near them.
This is my Deca 150 mig welder. It has worked well for the seven years I have had it, but now I need to get some replacement parts and can't find them. This was a line of welders Princess Auto used to carry, that are made in Italy. Now they only have made in China stuff and longer carry parts for the Decas. If any of you are aware of a place that sells Deca supplies, I would appreciate any info you can provide.
This is my portable welding table. The legs aren't very sturdy; I don't pound on it at all, but it works well a smooth surface for tacking pieces together.
The legs are just black pipe threaded into pieces on the bottom. It makes it very easy to level the table and to spin the legs off and put the table away. Not the most stable set-up though. Having said that, it has never fallen over.
This is my exhaust fan. I picked it up at a yard sale for $5 and it works very well. It is mounted in the only window in the shop. I have a couple more windows to add when the weather is a little nicer.