Plinth ideas for DENON PD-80 DD turntable

While my pair of Victor TT-101 still sleeping in the storage, i decided to buy another Flying Saucer.

The DENON DP-80, vintageknob always have nice images and info about rare stuff...

On that page you see DP-80 with DA-401 tonearm for hich compliance cartridges (i have this tonesm NOS). It could be an interesting project, it was hard to resist ...

The question is the Plinth for this Denon DP-80.
The original DK-300 plinth is an option, but searching for something better i found this one.

Custom made plinth is always an option and i have superb Audio-Technica AT-616 pneumatic insulators to use under the plinth.

But what do you guys using with your Denon PD-80 ?

P.S. some companies now producing even an iron cast plinth and graphite plinth, i have no access to graphite, but iron cast here is cheap to make a custom plinth.
75 and 80 are essentially the same. Looks exactly the same too except for the switch and knob which you will never use anyways. Just a thought. Other lower models are not worth the effort in my opinion. 

Og also put out a nice copper mat on it when you’re done. I had a micro on mine. 

The Motor in the DP75 is considerably smaller in the DP75 and the control system simpler, both are excellent machines.

The DP75 and DP80 are not suitable for use with a copper mat as the platters are two layer spring loaded the weight of the copper cause the springs to sag too much.

The DP7000 is also a magnificent table - have made many of these into GrooveMaster Vintage Direct DP7

Lyra in Japan has 5 of these made by us. 3 of them with the SAT tonearm

Good Listening

Thanks for clarifying. From the specs they seem to be identical. I’ve opened them but not side by side. Yes it’s a spring loaded platter. Have been using the copper on it for a good while with no ill effects. 
Thanks for the link, Peter
The lighter mass platter mat (400-900g) would better than 1.8kg Micro ?

Dear chakster, There are shops who make all kinds of stuff from
acrylic. The most use laser cutting. For my former Technics SH-
10 B 4 plinth I ordered  3 arm boards for 3 different arms.
They use acrylic plates which can be glued together for whatever
dimensions. But you need to proved them with schematics. They
cost about 100 euro each.  You can use the arm board from
your Denon as example so the only thing you need to do is 
provide them with  the spindle -hole distance for each tonearm.