Recently finished a pivoting 2x72 using Jeremy Schmidt's plans, and now its currently clamped to the side of my workbench while I decide what it's permanent home is going to look like. I have a small garage, '1.5' car width, so space is a premium. Aint no cars parking in my workshop. Decided mobile grinder stand is best so I can shuffle things around when needed. I'm considering using 1.5" - 1/8" walled squared tubing, unless that is a dumb idea. Could honestly use some suggestions on tube sizing for something like this. Table will have a 1/8" plate on the top surface where the grinder mounts, and the back shelf. The grinder will be mounted to the frame rails through the plate. The bottom plate will be 3/8", mainly to lower the center of gravity I also want to be able to have a water bucket partially tucked under in the frame. I'm thinking of using a making a sliding table to allow the bucket to be tucked in/pulled out more easily. The VFD will be mounted on the top off to the side via a post mounted to the top plate. These pics are the general idea. I need to adjust the leg length to get the grinding height right, and I'll put castors on the bottom. Didn't think the extra effort of sketching the castors up was worth it, you get the idea. I want to have some storage internal to the frame to make use of the internal frame space, although I am still thinking about what would make the best use of this space. I'd also probably mount some sort of rack to one side for belt storage. Was wondering if anyone had done something like this before, wished they had done something a little bit differently if they had the opportunity, or just some other general input before I head down to the steel store.