Some of the bolts had threads with no pitch, making them unusable. I couldn't get the bolts to start threading onto the nuts, and finally noticed there was 0 pitch to the threads on the bolts. Had to run to the hardware store.
The table LOOKS like it has catches to set various angles on the top. for example, loosen the yellow plastic handles slightly, and tilt until reaching one of the circle cutouts, and tighten, which will lock it at that angle. NOPE. Those circles do absolutely nothing because of the design. Not sure why they are there. This means that if you bang hard enough, or set something heavy enough on the table, it will tilt unintentional.
This table does not fold flat for storage. It has to be disassembled. There is another version that folds flat (Eastwood), and I evidently got the wrong one.
- Heavy duty steel surface is zinc plated to resist rust
- Adjustable table angle with five positive stops
- Retractable edge guides for use as a fence or for clamping
- Four table slots for clamping and heat reduction
- Reinforced trestle-style legs for maximum stability