[rescue] [Slightly OT]: Desk/Tables for multiple computers
Sheldon T. Hall
shel at tandem.artell.net
Mon Jul 11 14:11:31 CDT 2005
Quoth velociraptor ...
> I like the idea of those aluminum folding tables, but I'm short,
> and really need a keyboard tray on top of a low work surface.
> This has been a real problem in my work offices.
The typical folding banquet table is a couple-or-three inches too high as a
keyboard table for the average person. Fortunately, you can easily shorten
the legs with an ordinary tubing cutter, and replace the cheesy plastic ends
with non-marking white crutch tips. This works a treat on the steel tubular
legs used on the usual El Cheapo press-board tables. I dunno about those
aluminium babies, though.
The legs on those cheap tables are _much_ better than the tops, and can be
easily salvaged from frabbed-out cheapies for use on more robust items.
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