I probably already know the answer to this, but for reinforcement purposes, I'll ask anyway...
I have 2 large work tables I made.
One I use on my patio for the wife's outdoor work -planting, painting things etc. it's 8 feet long and 30" wide, made from 1x4's and 2x4 legs with a 1/2" top and lower shelf.
I have a similar table that I use in my shop as my layout and build table - similar dimensions except it's all 2x4 with a 3/4" top and a lower shelf.
The reason they're both 8' is I wasn't very comfortable with my ability to make them shorter due to not being comfortable with my tools or my ability to use my tools (specifically my table saw). I'm much more comfortable now using my tools.
My dilemma is I'm thinking 8' is too long for both areas and should probably be divided into 2, 4' tables each (is this about the correct length for a shop table?).
I really like having the 8' table in the shop, but as I build more tool tables (router stand, currently working on a jigsaw stand) the 4' is probably more appropriate for my needs going forward.
So, do I take both of them apart, cut the pieces and put them back together with added legs to make 4 tables (which is what I think most of you are going to agree with), or do I take my new circular saw and slice the tables in half and add new legs etc?
Taking them apart is probably the better option, but I've taken them both apart twice already and cutting them in half with my new saw is really giving me smiles
Thanks as always in advance for the advice.