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Old 04-18-06, 11:46 AM   #21
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Old 04-19-06, 09:37 AM   #23
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Thanks for posting the photo Greg

When you say your table weighs 30 pounds is that with the long legs or the short ones in the picture? My goal here is to make my table lighter so its easier to fly with. I think youve got a cool design for a table top.
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30 pounds with the 3' legs

I think that there must e even lighter legs to use and the feet may be able to be lighter.
The same people who design and make the speed rail supplies for the flanges, legs and feet used on the table also have designed lighter metal poles than I have also they have a new specifically designed foot which is really small and inserts into the tube rather than a seperate attachement as mine are.

looking into it may be able to reduce weight by an additional 5 pounds.

I do not fly with my table as I just have too much stuff already with props and tripod...just for gigs which I drive to.

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Old 07-30-09, 08:08 AM   #25
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I'd like to build a stable platform on which to balance or bounce, and I appreciate your collective wisdom here. What are the table top dimensions of yours?

Any improvements in design since these posts which might make it more stable and/or lighter?

Greg, does your design (without the 2x6's) work well for bouncing with both long and short legs? i.e. Can you bounce while standing on the high platform or standing on the ground using the short legs?

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