As drawn: a box of drawers supports the torsion box (top). The legs are long, skinny, plywood boxes which nest into each other to allow telescoping. Spaced thru-holes will house pins to lock the table at different heights. Depending on how the legs are fixed to the top, this would enable tilting the top. A tilting top might be nice to have: drawing, having gravity hold stuff down against a rail mounted on the edges of the top, etc .
A lift (not pictured) will manage the heavy lifting. Harbor Freight, $99.
Thursday, June 19, 2008
Posted by steve at 8:50 PM