I'll post a picture of the cabinet I made for my dp on a.b.p.w.
It's made from left-overs.
Lyptus top and corner post.
Sides are 3/4 maple ply
Back 1/2 maple ply
Maple face frame
Oak draw fronts
Inside draw supports are mystery wood.
Draws are pine, poplar, fir?, with 3/8 ply bottoms.
The casters were salvaged from something. I cant remember what, but they
aren't big enough. It's solid but doesn't move easy.
If it were me, I'd build a cabinet to put the desktop tool on and then
buy a mobile base such as this:
If you have more money to spend, the 3 wheel delta mobile bases are a
lot nicer (around 80-100 each), but they are not adjustable. No big
deal, just build your cabinent to fit.
IMO, the HTC base wouldn't cost that much more than good casters and
it's a lot easier to keep it stationary when you need it to be.
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