Welded Steel Cart

This item was sourced on www.MFG.com as one of the items in an RFQ in USA for Welding

Production of a steel cart. This light-duty welded cart is mostly 1.5" square steel tube with a .095" wall. It is approximately 32" tall. It is made in two sections that will ultimately get BOLTED together by the buyer (DO NOT WELD TOP ASSEMBLY TO BASE ASSEMBLY). None of the welds are critical and they don’t need to look real “pretty” (grinding is not necessary). The steel type given on the drawings is not critical (use what you are familiar with… it is just a light-duty cart). The 1/2-13 weld nuts on the bottom can be purchased from McMaster-Carr (93975A400), but any 1/2- 13 nut will work (just drill a clearance hole for the caster stud to fit through. Please don’t hesitate to call or email the buyer if the supplier has any questions or comments. The buyer would appreciate all suggestions which may improve the manufacturability of this design. Part is being quoted in multiple categories in order to find the most cost effective method of manufacture.


Part Number:       A105-ALL DRAWINGS
Material:       Alloy Steel
Material Grade:       

Technical Specifications


Dimensions0.0 x 0.0 inch

Annual Usage:600.0

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Welding: Welded assembly service providers assemble metal structures by welding, as opposed to using fasteners. Welded assemblies are commonly required for water-tightness, such as tanks or containers, or anti-corrosion, such as frames or structures exposed to the environment.