The Highrider Build

Hello all,

Just wanted to share the progress of my LR3 build. I wanted to be able to rout full sheets of MDF (49"x97") just incase. However this required a huge table and I did not want to sacrifice the floor space in my basement. We have a two port garage but I don’t like leaving my vehicle out during winter so I came up with a table attached with cables on a pulley/winch system.



Tested the bare table to make sure it raised high enough.

Currently have the temporary build done, just waiting on a vacuum hose and I will start cutting my struts!

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Super curious how the thing drives just floating from cables. Pls keep us updated.

Looks like it gets set down on the saw horses.

Very clever use of space, i like it.

I also like the clever/witty names around here!

Thanks! Yep for now gets set on saw horses. I may try running it suspended just for fun and will share if I do. I was planning on having legs that rotate down from underneath the table when I lower it but was too excited to build the LR3!

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Well… Now you have a project to cut on the machine…

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Very cool!
That brings back memories… My father made a similar set up for raising and lowering my train board when i was a kid.

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We had a canoe in our garage hung that way made for fast loading and unloading also. :grinning:

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