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Build/weld a metal frame for a cabinet

Posted by Lizzy S.

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Pimpama QLD, Australia

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Monday, 24th Sep 2018
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Hey there!
We need someone to build us an exact replica of a table/cabinet frame that we have already built. We have attached photos and plans but it will best suit a welder. We have more photos and plans and can send them over, and you’re also welcome to come inspect the existing unit at our home in Pimpama.

- You will need to source the metal and cut it to the exact sizes and then weld the pieces together.
- Lockable wheels need to be added to base
- Frame will need to be spray painted black to prevent rusting
- Wooden counter tops and side panels must then be cut to fit with circular saw or similar and drilled into place.

We will pay for all the materials and know the exact pieces required from Bunnings for the counter tops and side panels, but will need you to source the metal pieces for the frame.

Ideally we need it for Monday the 24th of September (but if this is not realistic please let us know and we can work with what we have to) and it will need to go to Carindale Shopping Centre, but we live in Pimpama so as long as you’re located somewhere around Gold Coast or Brisbane, we can deliver it to the centre.

It should be approximately 5-10 hours of work, and we’ll cover the cost of materials on top of the cost of labour.
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Offer is for labour only. I will source the steel and pick up, fab, weld, tidy up and paint but will need the money for steel, and all materials, ie zinc and decent black spray, welding rods, grinding wheels, lockable wheels, nuts and bolts and wood panels up front. I won't mind picking up everything from steel yard and bunnings but can't afford the steel upfront this week and dont trust anyone on here after being ripped off twice now. Also I cant get it to you's or carindale once completed so you's will have to organise pick up from mine in Southport on Saturday if that's OK and suits? If yous accept I can measure up and order steel in morning and go get wood and everything from bunnings while I wait for steel to get cut and start tomorrow arvo and should be finished Friday arvo or Saturday.
1 month ago
Lizzy S.poster
Awesome, sounds great Max! Yes I meant to specify that $300 is for labour and then all the materials will be on top of that :) if you can let us know how much you will need for materials, we can get cash to you today or tomorrow.
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It's hard to say without measurements but approx 150 - 200 for steel, prob 50 for paint, welding rods, grinding wheels and nuts and bolts, prob 80 to 120 for wheels and wood maybe 100 or 150? What size and type of wood is it? Do you remember how much it was for materials for last one?

Will someone be home in morning? I will order the steel there in case its more than 88.
Lizzy S.poster
Sorry I totally responded to this but it looks like airtasker deleted my comment because I attached a receipt to it... I was surprised too though. The side panels are acrylic and the top wood was already that colour, it just got cut to size, but it's a plywood I believe. We'll be home until around 9:45am tomorrow morning, but after then we'll be literally one street over at my brother's house so you're always welcome to message/call and I can meet you here.
no worries. Where do you get the acrylic from? Just açcept if you want and send us ur pH number and I will text when leaving in morning, will it be OK to bring my 3yo daughter and our cute little dog or should I leave him at home? Should only take 20mins.
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