For those of us considering how to support/place our Glowforges, here’s an intriguing possibility – the open source Maker Bench project at http://www.sketchthis.net/makerbench
If you have access to a CNC router, you might think about modifying the model/plans available for free on the Sketchup 3D Warehouse: https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/model.html?id=u72fd2640-4727-4df6-88e1-925d8e812bde
To make customization even easier, user Chris E created and uploaded a rough model of the Glowforge: https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/model.html?id=ua8aabc5f-4d8a-49c3-b203-846a1d8cf408
Please note that while the overall dimensions were correct at the time the model was made, it is not an “official” model and does not include the exhaust port, pass-throughs, etc. and should only be used as a rough guide for sizing and placement. Use at your own risk!
In this quick and dirty example, I imported both the bench and GF and scaled the length of the bench by eye. Actual CNC cutting would of course involve careful measurement and sizing so that the material (3/4" baltic birch) is accurately represented.