Unless you are making arrangements to pick up your purchase, all items require shipping.
How much is it to ship?
Most certiflat items are very heavy. UPS has a weight limit of 150lbs.
Home based businesses and farms do not qualify for commercial status even with a forklift.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE TABLES?
-PRO Table Tops
Note: The FabBlock and mini-block have sides with our standard hole pattern, and can be expanded by either using our fabwings or by bolting multiple blocks together. The options for sizes and configurations are essentially endless with the Mini-Block and FabBlock style tables!
WHAT LEGS DO I NEED?
CAN I GET A THICKER/LARGER PRO TABLE?
WHY WOULD I WANT THREADED HOLES?
DO YOU HAVE A BEGINNER PACK/ACC PACK?
HOW DO THE FABNUTS/SPACERS WORK?
DO YOU OFFER ASSEMBLY?
WHAT IS THE LEAD TIME?
Fantastic weld table. I am very happy that I chose the CertFlat weld table, it went together very easily and came out very flat. Great product thank you
I have only 1 complaint about the whole kit, the bolts to bolt the rolling chassis to the fab block were short both in length and in qty there was enough to put 2 in each mounting pad and the length was not long enough to meet the nylon in the nut. however the table and the rolling chassis were extremely easy to work with all of the pieces went together with ease! I teach a welding program at a vocational high school and the students were able to follow the simple prints and build this with ease!
I have wanted one of these tables for several years. It wasn't until we moved into a home with a detached shop that I decided to bite the bullet and get one ordered. I ordered the 24"x48" Fabblock with every other hole threaded along with the Fabrack kit. I was going to forgo the Fabrack kit since I have a ton of 2"x2" steel leftover from another project but I am so glad I went ahead and ordered it. The Fabrack kit fits together perfectly and not only saved me the time of fabricating my own legs but being laser cut, they fit together perfectly and look great. The table took me a bit of time getting it jigged up flat before welding. My issue was I was clamping the support plates in the wrong places. I ended up ordering a set of the assembly straps that made the whole process so much easier. I should have ordered those when I ordered the table. It would have made things so much simpler and saved a ton of time. I will be ordering additional pieces over the next couple of years as I need them to extend the table or when I need to have additional jig pieces. Here are a couple of pics of my table. I ended up painting the Fabrack with Gloss Hammered Rustoleum Copper.
Everything was nice tight fit. The top went together nicely with a little help from the strap kit and some bessey clamps. The only issue I'm having is with the bolts for the Leg kit (Leg plate to the Top). As seen in the photo, the bolts for this thick of plate are about 1/4'' shorter than needed to reach the locking portion of the Nut. (No point in a locking nut that doesn't lock. Right) Other than this Issue, Its a Really nice table. Can't wait to start using it.
Love the table. Tig welding the entire piece takes some time but time well spent