Wed, Jun 23, 2004, 11:55pm (EDT+4) email@example.com
(Lobby Dosser) posts:
<snip> Our unique adjustment system makes raising (or lowering) the topa smooth task." <snip>
Hell, I'm all for a hole in the floor with a hydraulic lift. But,
if couldn't have that, I'd just make a top that fit over the table, and
make it however high I wanted it.
You could always fasten a chain hoist to the ceiling, and just raise and
lower it, if you were too idle to move it by hand.
Or, if you didn't want to get so fancy, some cement blocks, and
some plwood. Or, two different size tables. Or, make a kneeler. You
could put a hydraulic lift under the table. Or, four hydraulic jacks.
Or, use a chain hoist to haull the table up, then cement blocks under
I kinda like the idea of four air jacks. Can you imagine the look
on someone's face, when you hit the air, and you table shoots a foot or
so straight up.
Use your brain - it's the small things that count.
- Bazooka Joe