That's what I was getting at with my post #12. My prior RF-45 was very top heavy (high center of mass) assembly. It had the crappy sheet metal stand. although they may have improved it since my vintage. You can see in pic that the base perimeter is wider than the projected footprint under the mill casting. Guys like @Dabbler
can provide much better guidance about moving the machine into position, especially tight space issues, but typically the head is retracted low to the table to lower COG. I cant remember if additionally angling the head is a good thing (getting mass lower yet) or a bad thing (now unbalance L/R because of extended motor weight). I'm just trying to say the stand is not just about statically supporting the mill weight. Anyways, the amateur moving day horror story goes something like: moving assembly into position, castor or leg or whatever gets dragged just a bit on floor, helper buddy is pushing ever so slightly on side of mill, mill does rollover.
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