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|Global Product Type||Carts & Stands-Multimedia Stand|
|Capacity (Weight)||75 lbs.|
|Caster/Glide/Wheel||Four Dual-Wheel Hooded Casters|
|Material(s)||Heavy-Gauge, Static-Dissipating Steel|
|Overall Width||17 4/5"|
|Overall Depth||17 4/5"|
|Height Maximum||Available in: 14 3/4" or 8 1/2"|
|Shelf Count||Available in: 2 or 3|
|Pre-Consumer Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Post-Consumer Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Total Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Special Features||Available in: Three-Shelf or Two-Shelf|
|OTS Skugroup ID||11272|
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Thank you for your question about the Master Mobile Printer Stand.
This stand does not use locking casters, but it is designed to rest still on even floors. The weight of your printer keeps the stand immobile until moved. The wheels require certain amount of force to turn so the stand stays where you put it.
If you are using your printer stand on an uneven floor, it's best to go with one with locking wheels. Some recommended options:
Hope this answers your question!
Thank you for your question about Master Mobile Printer Stands.
There are 5 1/2" inches of clearance space between the two shelves of this printer stand. It's sized just right for holding extra paper and ink cartridges. Plus, this stand is made from special static displacing steel. This type of steel prevents sheets of paper from sticking together for neater storage and retrieval.
Hope this addresses your concerns!
Thank you for your question about Mobile Printer Stands.
You don't have to replace your printer stand if you break the wheels. You can just replace the wheels.
If the wheels broke due to a flaw in construction, Master will replace the wheels free of charge. You can contact them at 800-323-5513.
Keep in mind, the most common cause of broken wheels is overloading the stand. The stand can support up to 75 lbs. before you have to worry about breaking the casters.
If the casters broke because of improper use, you'll have to purchase the replacements. These Master Caster Duet Wheels will fit your printer stand.
Hope this answers your question.