but enough about me
Join Date: Feb 2011
Location: Crozet, Virginia
Hammock: The one in the van
Suspension: Flying Trapeze
Originally Posted by TZBrown
Well here is a photo of mine
The end hinged tables are 4X6, with the center table 4 foot wide also, but cut out for sitting near the machine in the middle.
Tables are topped with replaceable hardboard for cutting on. The legs are hinged so when the tables are are up they fold flat to the underside.
If the machines are cleared out, and inserts put in, I can have a 12X6 table for layouts. A pair of brackets clamped to the far end can hold a roll of fabric to pull from.
Lots of light on the work area is great also
Storage is some shelves, and a couple of shelf sections, out of view, but mostly bins under the tables, 2 stack and can hold most all of the camp gear and other stuff.
Sinking a machine into the surface helps a lot, like the one in the foreground
Holes drilled in the floor joists, at multiple points with straps, serve as the test hang, or nap area.
When I build my new place I'm doing a table that.