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Thread: Cutting Table with Adjustable Height Legs and Casters

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    Cutting Table with Adjustable Height Legs and Casters

    Does anyone have a cutting table like this? If you do, did you make it or purchase it.

    We are building a new home with a sewing room and thought this would be ideal, could make it with a Formica top to match sewing counter. Can anyone help me? Thanks for any info.

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    I think she is wondering if there is such a piece, and do you own it and what is your opinion. Sort of sounds like the desk that the CEO of 'Duck Dynasty' gave his employees so they could stand up and work, because he read the employees would work better standing up!

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    Want to use this table while sitting or standing and in different areas of the sewing room.

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    How about this - it's expensive though.

    https://www.hornofamerica.com/produc...&productID=138

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    I know you're asking about a cutting table, but quickly saw this other posting that might interest you. Height adjustable desk that can recess a machine - it's true! Also when we go to retreat one lady always brings the bed risers and puts them under one of the 4 x 6' tables & sets up a cutting station. Here's another thread about this too. New cutting table?

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    I bought this table at IKEA. The height was just right at 36 inches high, so I bought casters that are 4 inches, and cut 4 inches off the legs. It has nice big drawers too.
    http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/14631607/

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    My friend has two kitchen counter height kitchen cabinet with drawers and doors back to back to make a large cutting table. It wouldn't fit in my sewing room but I wish it would!!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by janice1120 View Post
    Does anyone have a cutting table like this? If you do, did you make it or purchase it.

    We are building a new home with a sewing room and thought this would be ideal, could make it with a Formica top to match sewing counter. Can anyone help me? Thanks for any info.
    A quilt is a blanket of love. Sharon

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    I want to make myself a cutting table for my new (future) sewing room. I do want mine on casters but the adjustable height sounds like a tall order (no pun intended). I found a nice plan in a book called The Hand Built Home.

    I'll be using one of our old kitchen base cabinets-about 5' long by 24" wide-for an ironing table plus there will be space for storing my ironing goodies and other stuff. It'll have 6 drawers and 2 doors. I cannot wait.

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    I did see a height-adjustable cutting table in a private home recently, but I didn't notice how it worked. It had been made by the owner's brother.

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