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SebringDon

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#1 posted 514 days ago

I don’t have a table quite that fancy, but I can tell you why it’s a great idea. I have a pair of Stanley adjustable saw horses (30-37 inches) I use with a two-bys and a half-sheet of 3/4” ply as a second work table, and the height varies when I set it up depending on what I’ll be doing. I like it low if I’m using my circular saw crosscut jig, medium height for general work like drilling, planing and sanding, up high for applying finish to unassembled components, and either all the way up or all the way down if I’m assembling a project, depending on the size of the project. It’s a great help to an old tired back.

I’d love to have a table that allowed me to adjust the height on the fly. Great idea!

-- Don


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