RE: [Z_Scale] Re: Folding Legs-table top
- The more I read the more I'm thinking that my original height may be too much. 30 to 39 inches seems to be more reasonable for many reasons. Time to do some more rethink.
Date: Mon, 2 Mar 2009 18:02:49 +0000
Subject: [Z_Scale] Re: Folding Legs-table top
An ol' fart from Dave's team also checking in. The owners of all
those modules that require an extension ladder to view all complain of
sore backs and sore feet after a day at the convention floor. Not us.
We have been sitting on our buckets all day and are just as comfy as
can be. Run out and get a chain saw and cut those puppies down about
a foot to fifteen inches or so... then we can just roll our chairs
over and take a peek at your great layout work.
--- In email@example.com, "David George" <dgeorge24619@...> wrote:
> Matt,et al,
> All I can say is "Try it,,You'll Like it. "
> I'm working on a new mountain module as we speak and I'm sitting on
an adjustable,,roll around office chair,,doing all I need to do in
blissful,,back supported ,,comfort.
> I can reach to all odd corners of a larger module w/o resorting to a
ladder or step stool & such.
> Kids do NOT have to be lifted up to play trains with you ,,at shows
,,or at home.
> Mister Dave
> ps-Your project is very nice. I commend you for your ambition.
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