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Have you ever tried to put 10 pounds of shit into a 5 pound sack just to find that they no longer make 5 pound sacks? That's kind of what happened to me here.
The trend in medical devices is to go sleek and sexy with minimal equipment on a slender stand with a single monitor, keyboard and mouse. If it was a little bigger, they looked top heavy and easy to tip over.
I'm not exactly sure what you are supposed to do with these sorts of carts, but I certainly couldn't use one in this project. The main company that makes these carts is Anthro and until about a year before this project started they had a series of nice beefy carts that would have done the job just fine.
Sadly, I couldn't source any NOS carts so I was left to my own devices here. I started to look for something that could handle 3 monitors, an articulated arm, could hold a PC tower and be bottom loaded to avoid being tipped over. Ideally it would be able to handle being shipped without additional crating.
My favorite option that wasn't used is from Bigfoot Mobile Systems who create equipment carts for the music/entertainment industry. Tough shipping equipment carts with multiple monitors and a low center of gravity. What's not to love?
Sadly, the setup time from storage to deployment would have been too long. It would have been great once setup, but having to store it each day would have been a pain. I would have to search elsewhere...