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How to build a mobile cart

Plans for a Workshop Mobile Cart

How do you manage the workshop projects when they are large and heavy? I needed a solution that would help me work on a multiple projects, especially when I need to move them around the space.

I needed something to move projects around without dragging because that can take it out of square a project is or even ruin the finish.

The Solution

I built 2 mobile carts that allow me to not only move items around but also raise the projects higher and get them off the floor. Each cart is about 24”x 48” with ¾ plywood. I use Rockler Workbench Casters so I can move them  around easily but also lower them to be firm on the floor when needed.

This cart also works well when I need to roll a project out of the way so I can work on something else.

Plans here

This link provides the materials and dimensions needed to build the carts.

As you can see from the plans I also use the Homeright spray tent in the winter months to paint or stain projects and the carts allow me to roll a project in and out of the tent easily.

What do you need built?

We’d be happy to speak to you about your project. Send us an email through our contact page and let’s chat!

Meanwhile be sure and follow us on Instagram to see what’s happening in the shop. We’d love to see you follow us on YouTube as well – be an early subscriber and watch me while I work!

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