Spent hours with clamps, squares, and a level trying to get the table flat but no luck. I do not know if I messed it up or if it came that way.
Assembled and welded the table as I imagine it should be done. (1) Clamped table-top to cross braces. (2) Clamped sides to cross braces. (3) Tack-welded sides to cross braces. (4) Placed inch-long beads on opposite corners of each intersecting cross-brace corners, taking care to distribute heat. Flipped table over to check flatness and, to my horror, discovered that the table top was not flat. In the long direction it's perfectly flat, but in the short direction there's a 1/8"warp from side to side. Regardless, finished tack welding all table-top tabs to cross braces and final welded all tabs. Still, the side-to-side warp persists. The table is still usable, but not perfectly flat. I'm perfectly happy to accept that I did something wrong, but I don't know what. Any ideas?
Was not sent enough washers to fasten the table to the legs
This table is super easy to assemble. Heavy duty enough for me in my garage and large enough for most project I’m working on. Highly recommend
Great table! Really like the mini-block size. I grew up on a farm welding with a stick and wanted to get back into welding. Bought a MIG and a TIG welders and plan on making a new gate for our entrance. Certiflat tables are the way to go!