Hi. I want to get a wheeled cart to keep my Glowforge on so that when I want to use the pass through (which I have yet to use), I can move the Glowforge so I can do this as it is currently up against a wall. Has anybody else done this and if so what are you using? Thank you!
Searching the forum will show you lots of prior discussion about this.
I’ve been thinking about where to put my Glowforge and I am in love with the idea of putting it on top of a heavy duty mobile workbench, maybe something like
I’m wondering, from those who have theirs – does the GF wobble at all while running? My old 3d printer used to wobble a bit from the extruder going back and forth, and I had to move it from a cart to a big old desk. At higher speeds, does the head move back and forth fast enough to create back and forth motion?
The workbenches are s…
While i wait to get my glowforge to come, I decided to learn how to use another cad program: fusion 360… for my first design challenge, A glowforge stand… it needs to be functional and very minimalist…
foot print no bigger then gf
wheels (for portability and make it easier for gf plus)
-drawers for tools
height (with gf and wheels) about 29" same as typical desk
-etched ruler on front (for quick measure of manerail)
organizer for materials (possibly with …
I bought a Husky rolling tool box/bench from Home Depot. Perfect size and height for me. Cabinet doors at the bottom and 3 drawers.
this is the one I got.
it is great.
HD also has an adjustable table with a couple of drawers in it for an infeed table.
I got one from menards but it doesn’t have the drawers.
Harbor Freight heavy-duty welding cart, with a butcher-block table surface extending over the gas-canister tray. Caster wheels on the one side let it pivot 90° and then back again for pass-through and fan cleaning.
Here is mine that is on casters:
Yay! My replacement Glowforge arrived today! Rogue One v.1.2 is officially online. My first GF sat atop an old desk. With some downtime over the weekend, I made the decision to give my GF a proper stand. Going off of what some others did on the forum, I also went the IKEA route, and did a multi-shelf stand to hold the materials underneath, using galvanized pipes as the struts between… Finished it today just in time to make the swap to the new GF.
This is the cart my GF, (Glowy LeForge) lives on. Very heavy duty, locking wheels, got it at Home Depot
The Husky 36 in. Rolling Workbench is designed to offer a mobile work platform with storage and to withstand extreme temperatures, high humidity, and every day wear and tear. Heavy-duty steel legs provide
I can move her outside to the lanai when the weather is nice or I am cutting “stinky” materials.
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