Hand Crank Table


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Here is a DIY Hand crank mechanism style table that i recently made for a customer. I hope you enjoy it!

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Step 1: Make a Metal Base

You first weld up some square tubing like i show in the video

Step 2: Parts You Need

Here are the parts that you will need.

-Pully

-Metal Epoxy

-Gold Thing available at BIG R

Step 3: Put It All Together

It is pretty basic and works very Well!

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    marian39

    2 months ago

    What does the crank make the table do?

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    Doingitwithjasonmrwonton

    Reply 1 year ago

    Thanks! It's a flat desk that can be converted into a drafting table

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    ajnaresh

    1 year ago

    Nice project. Thanks for sharing! What would change in your design if you were to have a crank that could make the table go from a sit to stand position instead of a folding to non-folding like in your current project? I am interesting in creating a bench that I can crank from sitting on the floor and working to standing up and working (so from say a foot to 4ft)

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    Doingitwithjasonajnaresh

    Reply 1 year ago

    Hey, thanks! I actually built one of those. I used a trailer Jack from harbor freight with a chain drive that I made to connect each side. I used the Jack and welded it into square tubing to hide it. It came out great. I have a short video of it in action on my Facebook page furniture by Jason

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    Doingitwithjason

    1 year ago

    Please let me know what you guys think. Thanks!