Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Adjustable Heights

In a recent article for the February issue of Ceramics Monthly, I discuss one of my most useful tools in my studio, my adjustable height work table.  To view the complete article, follow the link here.


"Originally published in Ceramics Monthly, February, 2013, pg. 18. http://www.ceramicsmonthly.org . Copyright, The American Ceramic Society. Reprinted with permission."

3 comments:

Unknown said...

Well said.Main effort should be applied on sharpening the tool rather than wasting time on working with bad tool. This adjustable table will make working enjoyable rather than hectic.

Emily
potterymarket.co.uk

Unknown said...

What a helpful tool! I've been looking for ways to adjust my workspace in order to reduce the risk of injuries. I read here http://spinningpots.com/potter-posture-and-how-to-prevent-back-pain/ that pottery injuries can happen, and sometimes it's because of workspace setup. This is a great alternative. Does it take long to set up?

Danni

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