I just got back from the welding shop after kicking the tires on my new sculpture/brew stand. I'd posted my drawing in another thread, but rather than jack that thread further, I figured I'd start my own.
When stowed, the sculpture is 20" x 20" x46". I used 3/8" thick angle iron steel (probably overkill). I think the pieces are 1.5" x 1.5" in width.
When in use, the table and legs fold out (independently to support the cooler/MLT). A pair of cotter pins will hold the table in place when stowed and alternatively, will hold the legs in place when in use.
It is gravity fed all the way to the boil kettle. The March pump will be bolt-mounted to a plate on the bottom rail to use with a whirlpool chiller and, if I'm not on the top level of my deck, to pump from the boil kettle to the fermentor. The welder is still putting the finishing touches on it, i.e., plate for pump, table top, and table legs. He was pretty excited when he found out what it was for and said with a smile, "This is my first brewery."
This guy had me over there looking at it wihin two days of when I dropped the banjo burners off and will have it ready tomorrow by noon. Can't beat that turn around. I'll be painting it with some high temp engine paint this weekend (except for the burners and cooktops).
Here's the drawing. Ignore the 10" clearance dimensions. That should be whatever clearance the 4" casters (two of them swivel with brakes; two are fixed) will allow. I have a 10 Gallon Megapot for a boil kettle, which will be a tight squeeze to fit into the 17" interior space, but should fit even if I have to tip it to get it in there.
Here it is stowed (minus the legs). Sorry for the blurry picture.
Here's it is folded out (minus table top and legs).
I kind of like the fact that he left the legs on the top burner. I figure I can hang things on it for storage when it's not in use.