This one is more of a fab table than a welding table. I got tired of cutting tubing on the floor. The sander swings out of the way for longer pieces. Welded a socket to the clamp so I could open close it with a speed wrench. It works well. I'd like to make a table that with multiple clamping locations.
Cleaning out the garage... check what I have for sale here:
Here is a double-duty welding table I built recently. It has a 3' by 6', 1/2" steel top, 4x4x3/16" legs and 2x4x3/16" and 2x3x3/16" rails and supports, all sitting on 6" dual-locking casters. Since I also do a lot of wookworking I needed a bench with a wood surface as well, so I also build a 1.5" maple overlay edged in oak which fits over the steel surface. It is a bit overkill as it weights close to 1000 pounds, but it is definately sturdy.
Is that a jig for frame rail ends you have welded down to it?
No.. it's actually a pair of 2x4 stubs that serve to hold a bumper in place for grinding the ends smooth.. allows me to flip them over easily.
In the upper left corner, you can see a little of my other "fixture".. it's a rotating stand that holds the bumpers while I weld them up. Allows me to easily spin a bumper around 360deg for quick welding.
For "bumper building", I have actual pieces of Jeep frames that I use.. YJ front/rear, TJ front/rear, CJ front rear, JK front/rear, and a XJ front. Picked 'em up over the years...
'80 CJ5 w/AMC360, T176, D44 w/Detroit 4.56, RE 4" YJ lift and 35s..