Those who were interested in buying cutting plotter to use it for the custom painting needs know that 15 inch models come without the stand as their bigger brothers. These 15 inch models are considered to be table top units. I find inconvenient to use a plotter on the counter and using the machine without media feed system works for bad tracking of the material if one intends to send long jobs to cut. The model I’ve bought has the same tech characteristics as its bigger size models, the only difference is the cutting width. Stands come only for models starting from 28 inch models. So I thought I needed to make something myself. Last year I did the stand with media feed rolls. Then in a half a year the frame for the media catch basket. Then I started to think over what material to use as the basket itself. Synthetic materials add more static electricity, so I decided to buy something natural, like cotton or smth. Then I thought that I would need to remove the dust from the basket from time to time by removing it and shaking. Rather annoying process I’d say. If not to remove the dust, what is the reason to use that basket, if you’d have the same result just letting long jobs just go on the floor. Then an idea stoke me. Why not to make the basket out off sheet steel!? Yeah, that’s it! So I have now steel basket. Media feed rollers are made with stainless steel. They aren’t tubes as plotter manufacturers do, but steel rods that were hardened and then sanded using special machine. Thus precision is as good as it can be, but such a level of work is not required for such a purpose (feed rollers). Tubes as the rollers would work well. Rollers are placed on the aluminum base using ball bearings, so everything rolls smooth as it can be. I've asked the questions about the distance between the rollers, but had zero answers, so I;ve made my own calculations. It seems everything works OK. There are two positions of the rollers, one for 10 yards rolls, another on for 50 yards rolls. I've done all the dimensions as I consider them to be convenient for normal work. The height is bigger than I saw at big pro machines. I’m posting the thread having the stand unfinished, as someone could make something similar before I can finish this project. Besides that, I would like to hear some advice on what to add maybe. Long time users’ advice of the plotter the most appreciated. In my mind there are some ideas on custompainting the thing with the effect paints. That’s going to be fun! What you see now is bare steel that's going to be treated as car body, so it's going to look cool in the end. Parts will be sanded and polished where it's required. Some things I want to add to this plotter stand are knife holder and the holder for multiple blade holders. Knife holder is nice to have for not searching the knife somewhere just to cut finished job off the roll. Holder for blade holders for the reason not to adjust one blade holder for every different roll, but to install one blade holder set up for one material. What do you all think? All the advice are much appreciated!