Sometimes, I have to laugh at myself.
For several days I have been contemplating the best way to add mobility to the Router Table Base I created, which now also acts as a Table Saw Base for the Delta 36-510. I’ve watched numerous YouTube videos showing all sorts of simple to ingeniously complex Lazy-Boy lever systems. For this project, ‘better’ translates to ‘cheap’, ‘using materials I already have’, and ‘taking the least amount of time to create’. After about an hour of pretend-fitting casters to pieces of wood for depth and hinging possibilities, I finally noticed the four holes pre-drilled into the bottom of the original sides of the utility table. I checked my large Zip-lock bag of casters to see if I still had those that came with the table. Yes, I did. And as you can see in the photos they lift the table a good inch or so above the present settings of the levelers, which leaves ample room for both mobility and height leveling. Jeeze-Louise, I can’t believe I didn’t see this before!
So go ahead and laugh. I sure am right now, and I wouldn’t mind the company.