Modular Table Enables Welding Flexibility

Strong Hand Tools will showcase its BuildPro Max modular welding table featuring a continuous tabletop surface of precision-ground steel plates with 5/8" machined holes in a 2" × 2" grid pattern.

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Strong Hand Tools will showcase its BuildPro Max modular welding table featuring a continuous tabletop surface of precision-ground steel plates with 5/8" machined holes in a 2" × 2" grid pattern. BuildPro clamps and modular fixturing components can be inserted into any of the holes for the set up of welding fixtures, whether dedicated, short-run or prototypes.

The 8 × 4-ft. table features a heavy-duty, five-beam support base providing a 7,500-lb (3.75-ton) load capacity. Each plate can be removed and reconfigured to extend the table width. Additional BuildPro plates can be added at either end or to the sides of the tabletop to increase table length and width to better accommodate larger projects. Tables can also be joined together for oversized fixturing jobs. The tables are available with a standard finish or a nitrided finish for anti-splatter, wear-resistant corrosion protection.

The company will also display its FrameBuilder modular welding table and tool kits for fixturing frames before tack welding.

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