I’d like to add some minor spoil board conveniences but I made a mistake when I built my table and didn’t cut out a large section in between legs that would allow me to easily replace the board. Once the build is completed I don’t see an easy way to cut this middle part out. I went with the recommended height so if I put a 3/4" MDF sheet on top of my base it will drastically cut into my cutting depths.
I was thinking I can loosen each leg and lift the whole thing off in one piece. Cut out the middle and reattach, then put everything back into the legs and tighten them down.
But maybe if I’m going through that much trouble, I should just add some height to the legs (+.75"-1") and then I can add a sheet of MDB on top of my base and not worry about losing any the height. If I only change the leg size and not the Z-axis, I think it means that I’ll never be able to mill down to the original base which doesn’t seem horrible.
Any advice on an option that isn’t a major rebuild but still gives good flexibility for spoilboards?