I need ideas on how to build a table with wheels. Thanks, Krusty
Krusty heres what I would do. I would make a knockout in the bottoms of the legs of the table big enough for the whole caster to fit up inside of. when you install the casters they will be hidden. leave about a 1/4 to 1/2 inch of the wheel sticking out of the bottom of the legs. Make sure you use a swivel caster. vuala. you have casters on your table that you cant see.
We now have seven tables made of 2" steel square tubing. Unlike wood tables, these will never sag. I have build them 4'x8'x33.5" and 44x10x33.5" so they are at the same height as the table saw. We use 3/4" melamine on top. To give you an idea, I have a guy who made some of them for me for $425 a piece.
I recently purchased a heavy duty work bench from a warehouse supply company. 42"x 84"x 34"h. Rated @ 10,000 lbs. They have holes in the feet to anchor down or install casters. It was around $600 plus shipping
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