If you’re like me and have limited shop space, check out this useful assembly table I made a couple weeks ago. The top is made of two 4’ by 4’, ¾” mdf panels laminated together so it’s dead flat. The edge is trimmed in maple and I laminated a maple pattern formica top to the mdf. The frame and base is 2x structural lumber with folding legs planed to 1 ¼”. Each leg has leveling risers and the base has four 4” rolling casters, two of which are locking. The great part is that the table top is hinged at the center and folds up vertically with an 18” x 48” footprint that’s 56” high. It can be rolled against the wall and stored when not in use. It took a couple days and about $275 in materials to build, but it’s utility is phenomenal. If you’re interested in where I got the plans for it, PM me and I’ll let you know. To construct this table you’ll need a miter saw, table saw, thickness planer, jointer, router, drill, various hand tools, lots of clamps, laminate roller, wood glue, screws, etc. I recommend building this or having one built for you by a local woodworker if you’re tired of a lack of assembly space. Hopefully this has been of some help to someone. Sorry if I didn't post this in the right section, but I felt it would especially apply to life size work.