waterhead37":293mh6gc said:I have my P/T on a mobile base with a big foot operated castor wheel. I like this sort much better than the HTC type sold by BriMarc and others.
gidon":3ux62wqm said:Adam - I picked up one up at the Yandles show from the Brimarc stand for £39 - maybe if you ring 'em they'll do it (HTC 2000) for the same price?
From their website":3ux62wqm said:These adjustable universal mobile bases solve any storage problems your workshop creates & allows you to move machinery single-handed. This product will allow you to work in a more comfortable environment, to the extent that you will not know what to do with all the extra space! !They can be assembled in the time it takes to fill in a tax return!
HTC2000 Mobile Base £50.00
Capacity to move 185kgs
Maximum square of 900mm
Maximum rectabgle of 500 x 1320mm
Easy to expand 2 point rubber levelling feet
4 stable 3" heavy duty wheels
Owing to lack of space I have been using a piece of contiboard on top of my Draper saw table as an extra fitting bench. It's about the right size for glueing up cofee tables but is a pain if I need to use the saw unexpectedly.waterhead37":4hkk5ayp said:The second way it's bigger - surface area - is less of a problem than I thought it would be. I just sling on a piece of ply to cover it and I have a whole new bench to work on - raise the very solid width extension and I have a third bench to work on. This expansion of my working surfaces was an unlooked for possibilty and a delight when I discovered it. My TS 2000 was just in the way when I was not using it. It was too small to be a useful work surface, especially for anything heavy.