Most woodworkers are scavengers and I'm not an exception but this was too good to let it pass.
This morning I saw tossed away an old typewriter stand, and just next to it a piece of 1" thick chipboard veneered with cherry melamine from a discarded shelf. So I took it home, cleaned the wheels and oiled them, cleaned the stand and with only two screws I fixed the other piece on it and "voilà" another auxiliary table for the shop with casters.
The only problem is that having another flat Surface on the shop I will have to restrain from accumulating things on top of it.
This is the stand
This is the melamine shelf
An this what I did
The idea is not new, here you can see a grinder that a master carver I know gave me, and he had several of those stands converted into tool stands.