angiolino

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  1. the whole place is 3.70 meters, calculates that I am 180 cm tall therefore, the walls are weak, I would like to find simple robust and cheap materials, maybe scaffolding pipes, what do you say how would you do spending a little money, but realizing a robust structure ? thanks for your opinion http://minamishika.com/tubi-innocenti-bricoman.html
  2. hello I should make an internal mezzanine in my shop, I have two parallel brick walls I would like to place on it the beams on which to apply the platform. wall dimensions: a wall is 2.20 meters long, 1.95 meters high and 30 centimeters wall thickness the second wall is 1.85 meters high and 18 centimeters thick, the distance between the walls or width is 2.50 meters, as I realize that I use material, that load and capacity I could load on it thanks ...
  3. thanks for your advice I found 80 cm x 40 cm boards you think it is enough L-shaped iron from 30 mm height 90 cm from the ground 3 shelves. Required Materials 1/8" standard steel angle iron (sizes chosen to accommodate 4-foot lengths angle iron is available in): Four 1/8" x 1" x 1" - 18" in length mitered at 45 degrees Four 1/8" x 1" x 1" - 30" in length mitered at 45 degrees Four 1/8" x 1-1/4" x 1-1/4" - 36" in length (legs) Two 1/8" thick mild steel plates measuring 17-1/2" x 29-1/2" Four casters with threaded shafts and matching nuts Four coupler nuts used to fasten threaded rod together Four lock washers to fit caster shafts One steel tubing 3" in length, 1-1/4" inside diameter Materials List 1-1/4″ x 1-1/4″ x 1/8″ x 10′ angle iron (3) 32″ x 20″ x 1/8″ sheet metal (2) 1-1/2″ x 1/8″ x 4″ round tube (1) 4″ x 130-lb.-rated caster with brake (4) 7/16″ non-zinc or galvanized nuts, fit to casters (4)
  4. welding cart hello, I should make a small table with ruoote to put on a synergic welder the measures are 170x 320x 400 mm the weight six kg should be at least 80/90 centimeters high from the ground with all the wheels, I would like to create a welder trolley on which to make even shelves like shelves to keep the welding machine, the mask the cables the electrode packs and all the necessary equipment, some economic and aesthetically pleasing ideas to lose little time and little money thanks Commercial link removed.
  5. I should add the bellows, thanks for everything, if maybe you would do me the favor of attaching some image you would do me a great favor, thanks again, sorry if I disturbed you thanks
  6. sorry could you be clearer, maybe with picture or drawing what should I do to make it usable? sorry if I have an insight, a picture is worth + 100 words thanks for your availability. maybe link me to a picture or similar discussion, thanks again, I'm sorry if I'm boring and repetitive
  7. I made this brazier, what do you think about how I could refine it and perfect it to make it functional for the purpose?
  8. hello I would like to build a homemade forge with recycled materials, I recycled the container of an old electric water heater, how do you advise me to make it? better to gas or to firewood type brazier. do I have both a gas torch to weld the tarry sheath and a large gas stove? do you need refractory bricks as you advise me to proceed? thanks
  9. thank you sorry if I take advantage of your patience and your precious time thank you again, I'm too fussy and boring forgive me. The supporting structure is made of square iron boxes 40x40x3mm would it be enough to hold the load?
  10. how would you do it? could you kindly attach some drawings with measurements,? thanks. hold bar bells? what would you say to me with a photo I don't go to gyms thanks
  11. thank you for the valuable advice and clarifications, I evaluated everything and will try to take the right solution, my friend told me that he wanted to find an old scaffolding type scaffolding on which to build the power rack structure and fix the salmon ladder on it and others tools, like the pulley and also use it as a support for the barbell to lift weights on bench thanks, even if you had other ideas to draw inspiration from, I invite you to write thanks again htt
  12. on the net I have seen some examples seemed scaffolding for construction site, of those homemade were almost all in wood, obviously it is not a structure for public gym but for an acquaintance of mine who has the hobby to train at home, I do not find the right design with the right reference measurements, if I make the hooks too far apart, I risk that when I hook the bar in the trimming phase, it does not grip and therefore you fall ruinously, I would like to know the right distance between the hook and the hook and the right distance between the hooks right proportions, we would like to do it in metal maybe tubular what do you think?I saw one that was attached to a structure called a power rack CYCLONE 100
  13. hello a friend of mine would like me to build him a gym apparatus a salmon ladder, it is a metal structure on which a bar is hooked and a climb is made, repeatedly hooking the bar to the special support hooks, it would be used for training traction someone could suggest me how to build it and what material to use on the net there are photos without reference measures thanks
  14. I had made that tubular probe that works like a big chisel
  15. thank you for your precious suggestions