|Forum topic by brukilla||posted 09-05-2011 08:25 PM||1113 views||0 times favorited||3 replies|
09-05-2011 08:25 PM
I will be building a torsion box tabletop to sit on some type of base. My garage floor, as far as being level, is an absolute nightmare. Has anybody thought of an easy way to level the table top instead of the entire cabinet from the bottom casters. I want the ability to fine tune the top leveling when it is to be used as an outfeed table (or at least on the same plane as the tablesaw – which will be different at any/every point in the garage.
This will be a mobile base. Everything in my shop has to move and pivot.
Why the torsion box – severe humidity changes will ruin any tabletop over a little time. I want it to last.
I appreciate any help and ideas.
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