I just finished building the 6’-10’ break-down table platform on Bora Centipede legs that stands up and breaks down in 20 minutes into three pieces and slides off into a corner. It should support work up to a full 4x8 sheet.
Now I’m just working on getting the final calibration and configuration details worked out to convert from my prior cnc over to this one.
Let me know what you think!
Lots of questions come to mind -
What are the dimensions of the table when assembled?
How are you connecting the three table top pieces?
Are you experiencing any twist or unevenness in the table, with only the perimeter being reinforced (no torsion box support)?
How do you find the Bora Centipede legs for stability? They look like they might have a bit of wobble if you put any side pressure on them.
For the price ($100 CDN at Costco), I might consider the Centipede legs for my upcoming table build, but at 24" x 48", I might need two sets (one for each end of a 5’ x 10’ surface), although I see that they do have a 4’x8’ model that would probably work (for a lot more money, though)
Love the black and yellow! Interesting table setup, too.