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I've been searching for a support for a shelf for my Circular Sock Knitting Machine. It is made in New Zealand, and its tripod is an integral part of its construction. It doesn't have a lot of surface space for tools, for yarn, and for weights.
The Easel Butler is perfect. Lightweight, minimal mechanical needs for attaching, and - best of all - room to hang my weights used in the creation of socks on the machine where they are easily accessible and out of the way of the work .
I have let my fellow "crankers" know about your wonderful product and I predict you'll be hearing from some of them.
Thanks so much for sharing your ingenuity.
Dan a wildlife photographer from British Columbia has found a wonderfully unique use for Max. He was thrilled to find the perfect shelf for his laptop when being used as an external monitor for what I can see is a fantastic digital camera. He says this gives him the freedom to view the entire image right at the scene on a scale that leaves no room for guessing as to whether or not he has nailed the shot he is looking for. He adds "Max's light weight is but a small drop in a very large bucket compared to the rest of my gear."
Have your own love affair with Max? Tell the world by adding your own photo here...just email me the image along with any related text and I will be happy to pop it in.
My husband picked up a wee bar-b-que to take along camping and wanted a place to put his utensils. When he thought I wasn't looking he made a move on Max and a duel ensued involving ver-r-r-ry sharp bar-b-que tools. I won and he now has his own 'Max-ine' whom though an identical twin, he insists has better curves anyway.