td_howard Posted August 3, 2003 Share Posted August 3, 2003 This will probably only be of interest to brand-new builders/lurkers... Have seen in the archives/builder web sites several solutions to the problem of keeping your jig table level, usually using some variation of a nut+bolt embedded into the table leg. Happened to be browsing Lee Valley Tools (one of my favourite hangouts - if I had a gazillion bucks I would get at least one of everthing there... ). Saw these cool leg-leveller thingys that I will use for my table. They are rated at 2000lb apiece, and you can adjust them using a hex wrench from above. Plus, they have a rubber foot so if you need to move your table, you won't scuff up your floor. http://www.leevalley.com/hardware/page.asp?page=41865&category=3,40993,41283&abspage=1&ccurrency=2&SID= Quote Trevor Howard Edmonton, AB Canada COZY MKIV #1171 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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