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Dynamike
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Here are photos of my newest close up table I put together:
http://s38.photobucket.com/albums/e150/D......20Table/
The flap to the catalog case can be closed for privacy.
Matthew W
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Very nice! I like it a lot!
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I like the shape of the top. Nice. It looks top heavy though. I always carry a couple of 10 lb sandbags in my kit for weighting stuff down but it you're on the move that would be tough.

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Yea, the top is shaped like a dealer table.
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Mike… Your table looks great! Ito like its shape, the first thing I thought of was blackjack.

Thanks for posting the photos,
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Thanks everyone.
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I like it Mike. Is that a catalog case hanging in the back?

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Yes it is. It is worn out. I did not know what to do with it. Finally, that idea came to mind.
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I really like that table. How easy is it to carry the top around?

I was wondering if you had put any (carrying) handles on and put some clips on the underside to hold the flattened legs during transit. Do you have a cover?

This is definitely something like what I would like to make in the future. Nice.
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On 2009-07-13 11:57, (a)ndy wrote:
I was wondering if you had put any (carrying) handles on and put some clips on the underside to hold the flattened legs during transit. Do you have a cover?


It is a great looking table. It would be easy enough to add two points to attach a shoulder strap or even carry it like a backpack.

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Good ideas, gentlemen. I knew something was missing.
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Nice table, Dynamike.
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Thanks for you comments.
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That's thinking outside of the box - great looking table.

Dov
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