I need to be able to move my new drill press around the crowded shop, err garage.
Thanks for all the suggestions on rolling stands. Here's what I ended up with.
I had a rolling base for a DJ20 that I was going to buy last year from Amazon. They shipped the base and then delayed forever on sending the jointer. When I cancelled the jointer they wouldn't let me return the base.
So, I was going to give it away here but then thought that will a bit of cutting I could have a good mobile base.
I went to a machine shop and had them cut a section out of the two sides.
Then I milled out some maple so that it fit TIGHTLY into the hollow tube sides.
I reassembled the frame, forcing the two sides over the wood using big parallel clamps.
Then I bolted on a base laminated from two 3/4 inch pieces of ply and bolted the unit on top.
So far, so good, it rolls easily and isn't tippy when I'm moving it and when I drop the wheel down it is rock solid.
Probably isn't a cost effective way to go, but since I had the base and was going to give it away anyway this approach seemed to work