|Project by Eric in Florida.||posted 07-08-2012 06:36 PM||2741 views||3 times favorited||13 comments|
First of all, everything you’ve heard about the heat & humidity down in Florida in the summer, is true ! lol
I can’t afford air conditioning, so something tells me that this is it for a while out in the shop.
Which by the way, is 110 degrees and 49% humidity right now.
If you look at my workshop page, you’ll notice that everything is on wheels. It has to be because of the tight space.
But, it works out well because I can roll out a machine or work table outside the door for better light and a breeze and bring it back in when I’m done.
This mobile stand isn’t too fancy but it is super useful.
It doesn’t take up hardly any space, and I’ve designed it to fit a couple of tool chests on a shelf to hold spare parts and accessories.
It’s about 24”H x 22”W x 19”d.
Perfect height to use while sitting.
(On days when the leg arthritis is kicking my butt.)
I’ve made a couple, mostly from scrap pile wood and I think I may make a couple more.
It’s an oak frame with pine shelf.
Painted safety blue like my other stuff.
Hope you like it.
Thanks for looking, and try not to sweat on the cast iron !
-- Nothing is particularly hard if you divide it into small jobs ~ Henry Ford