Table base


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(Arch.) Same as Water table.

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It can function as a workbench, tool stand, table base, or as a pair of good old-fashioned sawhorses.
The structural link of the product provides lock-up between the column and X-axis table base, to provide stiffness for aggressive cuts, at the upper limits of the workzone.
The Surface computer is based around a Windows Vista PC, features a 30" touchscreen, black table base and five cameras which are mounted under the screen and can sense objects that are close by.
Two independent drive systems in the operating table base provide fail safe operation for patient safety, one system is operated from the hand control Mille the other is operated from the override panel.
The 40-foot-long showroom on wheels contains numerous product displays including lighting, connectors, table base systems, decorative hardware, wood ornaments, closet accessories and sliding door systems.
He used a similar palette on the furnishings: The same white paint freshens the chairs; seats, table base, and chandelier (with parchment shade) are yellow, while the tabletop is dark to echo the floor color.
If the tabletop isn't suitable for sticking down tiles, then you can make one from 1in plywood or MDF and fix it to the table base.
The tapered parts incorporate complex ribs to add strength and also include a threaded metal insert for attaching the legs to the table base. In another case, Herman Miller's Red Orbiter table uses long-glass PP in truss and gusset parts intended to provide both style and stability.
You can make the table base inexpensively from pressure-treated wood or Douglas fir.
Now all you have to do is push the two pieces through the slots so that they interlock, and you have a sturdy table base.
Photo: Acrylic fish tank (custom-made) forms table base. Clear monofilament line strung between opposite sides prevents bulging.
This is usually a 20th-century innovation, so it may be a 19th-century table base with a later top, if it is all original Victorian.