Variable Height Worktable
Variable height worktable is article about Shop Storage And Furniture bookmarked by harry with ID 14237168698 was uploaded on 13-03-2019 and has been viewed 325,056 times.
Like many woodworkers, I used an assortment of less-than-ideal methods — tables, crates, sawhorses, and knockdown boxes, among others — to raise workpieces to comfortable working heights.Even then, I often found that I needed the workpiece at several other heights as construction progressed.
For example, I might start out working on the base, then the drawers, and finally the top.For each of these steps, the ideal working height is different.I wanted a means of easily moving a workpiece up or down.
Looking through an industrial-supply catalog, I spotted just what I was looking for — a hydraulic-lift cart.The cart uses a hydraulic cylinder, a foot pedal, and a scissor-type lifting mechanism to move a platform up and down parallel to the floor.
The cart I purchased came with a 20-in.by 32-in.steel table and four 5-in.-dia.casters...