You all know that a correct posture while painting is very important! Every painter has his own way to find a comfortable sitting position. But most of the painters get dorsal pain after painting a longer time and furthermore, their is a chance to get problems with your intervertebral disks.
I'm a painter, who connect his heels of hands to the table to get a better stability, but a normal table is build to connect to the albows.
I thought about how I can resolve this problem. While I was searching the web I found some ideas but they were mostly not very helpful. After all, here is my solution for this problem.
|...my table has feet you can drill up and down to get a stabil standing.|
|This is one of the feets.|
|To lift the table up I extended the feets about 15cm and coverd the screw with plastic pipes normally used to hide electric cable.|
|The actually high.|
|As you can see it is a nearly perfect sitting position for me.|