This is what I’ve spent my last couple of days (probably about 10 hours at least) working on. It’s the Uber Cart! It slices, it dices, … well… you get the point. Features: Top shelf * sheet bottom so small stuff doesn’t fall through. * Storage for dykes, tip cleaners, vice-grips, magnets, square, etc. * 4 pegs on back for hanging grinders and cords * long 3/8 inch rebar down one side to hang c-clamps 2nd shelf for Miller 175 * expanded metal bottom to let trash through * (2) 15 amp 110 plugs * (2) 20 amp 110 plugs * (2) 220 plugs (for welder and plasma) 3rd shelf for Hypertherm 380 * expanded metal bottom to let trash through * angled up for easy access to the face. * water separator, regulator, and filter mounted at back. 4th (bottom) shelf for welding supplies * expanded metal bottom to let trash through * storage for tip dip, wire, etc. General * Tank secured to back * tube on back for holding sharpies, scribes, and pencils * 4 5” steel hub and solid rubber casters * hangers for all cable coils * single 210 plug on 15’ 10 gauge wire for all power Anyone else build some cool tools or "stuff" for the shop? Not simple and/or common stuff like a work bench (although maybe if it's an innovative design with unusual but useful features) but unusual stuff that people might not normally think about.