BlueViffer wrote:RFGuy, the black knobs attach the rails to the tables. Each table has a L bracket bolted to it, I can disconnect any table individually to remove it for example the router table has 4 knobs holding it to the rails. The main table has 6 knobs holding it to the table. Think of the main table as the base and everything else is connected in via the rails. I can remove the router table loosen a few knobs slide the railing to the right raise the table assembly move the motor to the left and attach any attachment. Raising and lowering the table is easy with two carriages. Loosen the lock on the secondary carriage then loosen the lock on the main carriage while holding the adjustment wheel at the same time, reach over to the secondary adjustment wheel and raise both tables or lower both tables at the same time. When you reach your desired height you can either let go of the secondary and lock the main or you can lock the secondary then lock the main go back and give the secondary a slight adjustment up as it will have sagged just about a 16th of a inch. If I want to strip the unit down I take all the knobs loose and lift the rails off leaving the L brackets attached to the tables. Of course the end floating tables will have to be lifted off and set aside before the fall to the ground.
Thanks. Good to know. So, the table would have to come off to use as a drill press. Of course, I may not use the drill press often enough to be a concern. I have also thought of trying to get a 10ER to mount vertically on the wall as a drill press. Only other hiccup for me would be that I also have the Shopsmith planer that I use fairly often and I don't know how easy it would be to move the table and carriages far enough to the right to permit mounting the planer with your setup. I'll have to see how much clearance I have in my shop to possibly do this with the tables extended for SPT operation.