( I am going to keep posting updates as i go along. Scroll down if you want to see the latest additions ) I have made some progress on an enclosure for my CBeam / future OX type CnC router. I quickly discovered the need for an enclosure shortly after my foam "Hello World" CBeam machine test (in the living room).. So here it what i came up with. I sourced all of the parts from Lowes / Home Depot, except for the LED lighting. The unit is build on a heavy duty steel frame garage storage rack (72 x 48 X 24 ) which i had to expand to obtain the depth i was looking for. The expansion allowed me to stiffen up the frame using aluminum 1" x 1" square tubing. I used Optix acrylic sheets for the windows and doors. The front doors are solid! I originally wanted the doors mounted on rails, however opted against that option due to the space they would require when opened. I used "U notch" aluminum rails that interlocked tightly to create the door frames and mounted them on 30" continuous hinges. I then used clear silicon / adhesive to eliminate any potential vibration rattles etc. Just wanted to share some ideas and make a little contribution to the forum since i am a new here. If people are interested, i can include all the details of the build, however i am pretty sure anyone on these forums could figure out how make something like this based off the images. Lowes happens to carry a storage rack with a frame that has hidden shelf slots and is made of steel. That was the key.