Thanks for looking! Photos of the finished cart to come soon.
This design might be of use to others. I used eCabinet Systems software to do the design.
1. 38 inches wide
2. 34-1/2 inches tall, plus 4 inches for the casters
3. 20 inches deep
Materials, construction, and finish:
1. Face frames are 3/4-inch red oak
2. The rest is 3/4-inch cabinet-grade oak plywood - for purpose of this design drawing, I used different wood for the drawers and doors, to better highlight edges
3. Construction: Tongue & groove and pocket holes - essentially the Sommerfeld Tools technique
4. The finish will be Minwax Special Walnut wiped on, followed by two coats of Target Coatings' waterborne shellac, and 2-4 coats of their Superclear 9000 waterborne polyurethane (polyester-based urethane).
The cabinet will have the Wolverine grinding system on it, mounted with a dual-speed Delta grinder. Now for the design features:
1. Top left: Drawer
2. Bottom left: Adjustable shelf, with glass door, to allow viewing the contents.
3. Top right: Shelf, with door, for jig parts
4. Right - middle and bottom drawers: Other sharpening supplies
5. The casters are by Tente Casters, Inc. They provided the 3D drawing, converted to STL file format, ready for import into eCabinet Systems.
The Wolverine system will be on the left-hand side of the cabinet top, while gouges and other supplies will be at the ready on the right-hand side.
The cart rides on casters, for easy transportability between lathe (gouges, etc.) and workbench (chisels, plane irons, etc.).