A grill ended up being a great base for a shop cart. You’ve got a ready-built frame with a set of casters already mounted. I made mine into a sharpening station, but you can get creative: a planer cart, a benchtop tool stand, or a moving miter saw station are just a few ideas.
MAKING THE CART. To start, I pulled off all the pieces aside from the frame and casters, then cleaned the grill up. I used long panhead sheet metal screws to attach 3⁄4” plywood for the woksurfaces, which also added some rigidity to the old frame. The grill I converted had a pop-up shelf that, with a little more plywood, became an extra worksurface.