|Project by Robsshop||posted 1088 days ago||4769 views||45 times favorited||16 comments|
This is My assembly table I put together a while back, it is a torsion box design that I mated with a hydraulic lift cart purchased at Northern Tool Co. I don’t have a large area for assembling projects, so I wanted a table that could be maneuvered into different positions to make better use of the available floor space. I also liked the fact that I can raise and lower the table to multiple heights, useful when working on taller projects. The tables dimensions are 30”w x 54”L x 6”T . It can adjust from 16” to 40”+ in Hgt. I put locking casters on the cart and I can clamp the table to my workbench,making the table good and sturdy.This also creates a T-shaped work surface which comes in handy on many assembly tasks.The top has a removable Masonite surface with the one side being used for glue-ups (waxed)and one side used for prep work. the torsion box is constructed with MDF and trimmed in Red Oak. I sized the table to fit under My workbench when extra floor space is needed and I also can install My straight edge clamp with a miter rail creating a large (90) angle which is very useful for dry-fitting and squaring up projects during assembly. It has worked out perfectly for My needs and is very useful in other ways as well (i.e. outfeed table,transporting of projects to finishing area) I have had some inquiries on the table so I hope this sheds some Light on the subject and thanks for taking a look !! ROB
-- Rob,Gaithersburg,MD,One mans trash is another mans woodshop treasure !!