Here's a table, sort of, that someone made for Glassman some years ago for him to read blueprints on. Forgive the mess--still not unpacked because most of our furniture is in the *other* house that's for sale.
He has given it to me. That means he doesn't want it. So I have to decide if I want to keep it or not for the shop. There are a few problems. A) it's too high for me. The top isn't flat but angled down toward the front. So the top is about 36" high in the front and 40" high at the back. B) it's not flat on top (obviously).
It's very sturdy and the top is fastened on there tight--not sure exactly how. The sides you can see are one solid piece of ply.
Is there an easy way to a) cut it down and b) make it flat? If not, should I cut it apart and save the pieces? I don't see an easy way, and I'm inclined to dump it......
Thanks and good morning!