Has anyone seen any good design ideas for an adjustable height cnc table? I'm building a solid frame (steel) to make a 4x5 shapeoko 3. I have a couple ideas about how to approach this, but I'd love to see how others might have accomplished the same thing. I'm thinking along the lines of 6-8 points on my table with large bolts running into the frame. Screw one direction, table raises, screw another direction, it drops. I imagine I'd end up linking them with sprockets and adding power (maybe even add arduino support and be able to set programmable heights). I'd probably use additional nuts to lock it in position once it's where I want it. I'd need to make sure the table fully takes advantage of the rigidity of the frame. Although I'm making the table with 1/4" carbon steel plate and 1" square tubing reinforcing it, so maybe with a large enough bolt my concerns about table vs frame movement would be moot. Not really sure. Anyway, I'd love to hear from anyone who has tackled something like this, or be pointed towards any designs or photos that touch on the subject. I'm mostly going to be doing large wood pieces 1-2" thick, but I'd like the ability to do the edge of some pieces. Like ornamentation on the side of a guitar or similar. Not really certain how I'd end up using it in the long run, but I like the idea of the flexibility. Thanks!