Baseplate dolly

Our updated Baseplate dolly 2.0 is equipped with PE holders, protecting your baseplates from getting scratched when loading the baseplates on and off the dolly.
These cleverly designed holders allow you to ergonomically load baseplates onto the dolly.
Sturdy 160 mm castors ensure a smooth ride over bumps and uneven surfaces. You can design your own baseplate dolly, which can transport either four (10 mm) or six (6 and 8 mm) baseplates including their conical couplers.

BUILD A baseplate dolly STEP BY STEP

Step 1 Choose a frame

To build a Baseplate dolly that fits the dimensions of your baseplates you have to choose one of the three available frame sizes:

Baseplate dolly frame 73:
  • Length: 77 cm
  • Width: 59 cm
Baseplate dolly frame 80:
  • Length: 84 cm
  • Width: 59 cm
Baseplate dolly frame 100:
  • Length: 104 cm
  • Width: 59 cm

Each frame has pre-drilled holes for mounting the castors and has been made "hood ready" with four cutouts for the butterfly locks of an optional flightcase cover.

Step 2 Choose the holders

Our PE holders are the key to our ergonomically designed Baseplate dolly. The holders are equipped with a guide profile which allows you to comfortably place the plates onto the dolly, only moving into a vertical position at the last moment. The plates will slide easily into their designated place and when they reach this vertical position, your plates are safely and stably stored.

There are three types of baseplate holders available, each set containing two holders:
  • Baseplate holder 6 mm for 6 x 6 mm baseplates 
  • Baseplate holder 8 mm for 6 x 8 mm baseplates
  • Baseplate holder 10 mm for 4 x 10 mm baseplates


Adding castors is the final step when building your own Baseplate dolly. Our blue castors do not leave any marks on ballet floors or other soft surfaces. 

To bear the weight of a fully loaded Baseplate dolly, it's best to choose our 160 mm braked castors, with a load capacity of 300 kg each.