Very nice. The "angel" of adjustment took me a moment to figure and brought back memories of long long long ago with an economics professor at UCLA, Uzi Segal, who pronounced it as the "angel of tanyency." Very thick accent.
Love this and have been thinking of making one for my wife. How did you handle the height adjustment? I see a pin there on the back - does the center support slide up and down with a series of holes the pin slides into or is it spring loaded so it doesn't fall out or get lost?
Just a series of holes and a pin the weight of the top holds it in place .my old shop was In Clements,Ca for 26 years but moved to London,ky 5 years ago to teach wood working and drink bourbon full time …cheers