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#1 posted 08-06-2012 04:11 PM

I’ll chime in with another perspective, my assembly table (in my projects) is 26” tall (I’m 6’). Now I do have a separate workbench, and an outfeed table for my TS that I can use for other purposes, so I find my assembly table height to be very useful. I use it for all my glue-ups and finishing. When I’m assembling, clamping, and finishing I can see everything, reach across and inside, it’s easier to get heavier items on top of it. Overall I think it’s a great height. I also have a homemade downdraft box that I put on the assembly table the the total height is very comfortable for sanding.

-- John


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