Published at Thursday, 11 October 2018. Bathroom Vanity. By Frankie Gross.
They come in great handy they're, easy to use with one hand, and you can snap them on and off. They don't hold up the best case. You weld directly on them. They'll melt to your metal but they're, a good tool to add to your arsenal. If you're trying to quickly snap some things to the table and keep things square and aligned, so I'm going to do some more tax, I'm going to go ahead and throw a clamp on this and measure for square.
So I snap that off off camera and rewed it on which you'll see here in a minute once I have the other side of the carcass back together, so I'm measuring and welding up the other side here, just real simple take your time, I'm using tack welds! All around and my tape measure constantly, as you can tell any time, I can use a clamp to hold things. What I wanted. I use one of these speed clamps. I use the six-inch the 12 inches 18 inch and the really that's four-foot line.
It's just easier to give yourself something to reference off of the base. I went ahead and measured from the bottom up for that because I knew my space gap there and I go ahead and tack the whole thing together off the film. I do four of these and they are the external sides to the vanity itself. Here, I'm putting the finish welds on to the external carcass pieces, I'm just making sure that everything is aligned square. Where I want it, I leaned it up, so I can get the bottom, I'm not putting any welds on to the top or the insides, where I'll have any of the wood mounted too.
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