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08-20-2019, 07:35 AM

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Originally Posted by cnyncrvr View Post
My question would be the same ask RKC's but RKC do you think in theory and with further development especially in how you would attach the slate to the aluminum profile it could work and reliably so?
I understand how it works, the problem is when the slates are mounted to the frame in which it sits on, having the ability to lift and level the slates requires that the slate have some kind of upward movement, which can't happen when the slate is screwed to the frame. If you have to break a table down in order to level the slates, then reassemble it afterwards, then the leveling system is no better than using wooden wedges, which cost a hell of a lot less.
  
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