Tasmanian II Height Adjustable Table - Arrow Sewing Cabinets
 

Tasmanian II Height Adjustable Table

$1,599.00

(2 customer reviews)

The Tasmanian Height Adjustable table is not only a great sewing table, but it also transforms into a perfect height cutting table! It’s a 2-in-1 sewing and cutting workstation that offers a roomy 63” of available crafting space. 

Sitting, standing or somewhere in between, the adjustable height mechanism of both the table and the sewing platform ensures ergonomic positioning, which means you can keep doing what you love, longer.

Find out more about the Tasmanian II Adjustable Height Table below!

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Description

Features

  • Two Adjustable Sewing Positions Available: 
    • Free arm and flat bed 
    • Manual platform design with a 45-pound sewing machine capacity
  • The table allows you to spread a large project out or place a cutting mat on top for all your rotary cutting
  • Transform your table with ease with a manual crank that raises the table from 28 ½” to 38″ tall 
  • Features sturdy steel legs and four industrial locking casters for stability
  • Table surface folds vertically for easier storage when not in use
  • A Custom Machine Insert can be purchased separately to provide a flush sewing surface around your machine. Please note, this would ship separately for your cabinet purchase and arrive three-four weeks later. 
  • Kangaroo Sewing Furniture Lifetime Limited Warranty

Additional information

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Cabinet Specs / Incompatible Machines

TABLE SPECIFICATIONS

  • Table Dimensions: 
    • Flat table top surface is 63″ W x 35 ½” D
  • The sewing machine platform is 24 ¾” W x 12 ½” D
  • The opening and platform of the cabinet will accommodate sewing machines that are no larger than:
    • 23 ½” W (left to right)
    • 12 ½” D (front to back)
    • Adjustable Height
    • *Please measure your machine and include knobs, plugs, etc. that extend beyond the body of the machine.
  • Available Finish: White
  • The Tasmanian II features tough melamine laminate, MDF, and composite wood

SEWING MACHINES THAT DO NOT FIT TASMANIAN II ADJUSTABLE HEIGHT TABLE 

We are aware of the following sewing machines that are too large to fit into the Tasmanian II:

  • BabyLock – Destiny and Solaris
  • Brother – Dream VX8500D and Luminaire Innov-is XP1
  • Janome – Horizon Memory Craft 15,000, Janome Continental M7
    • Will fit the platform however the knee lifter lever cannot be used with a sewing cabinet due to the length of the lever and how the machine sits on the platform in flat bed position.
  • Elna – eXpressive 920 
    • Will fit the platform however the knee lifter lever cannot be used with a sewing cabinet due to the length of the lever and how the machine sits on the platform in flat bed position. 

Please be advised that this list may change as new models are introduced. It is extremely important to measure your machine prior to ordering to make sure it will fit.

Shipping Info

SHIPPING INFORMATION

  • The Tasmanian weighs a total of 149 pounds
  • Available for purchase through Arrow dealers only

Assembly Manual/Videos

ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS

While this table has the option to come unassembled or fully assembled from Arrow dealers, assembly instructions are included with the table when purchased. You may also download the Tasmanian II manual and save it to your computer.

Assembly Manuals

While this table has the option to come unassembled or fully assembled from Arrow dealers, assembly instructions are included with the table when purchased. You may also download the Tasmanian II Table Manual and save it to your computer.

Assembling the Cabinet:

2 reviews for Tasmanian II Height Adjustable Table

  1. sbwreed

    Just got my table today! My 12 YO daughter and I got it from the car (3 REALLY BIG boxes) into the house and put together in just over an hour. Instructions could use some help. I see how some people would have a hard time getting through them successfully the first time.

    The table seems to be well designed and built from good quality materials. The top is either melamine or well- veneered particleboard or plywood, the frame is steel, and although there were a couple places where the paint wasn’t complete (specifically at a couple holes), this is an indoor table that won’t see weather; I’m not concerned about that. the one real weak spot was the screws that fasten the top to the frame. They are really long, you need a Phillips screwdriver, (the ONE tool not provided in the hardware kit & the one tool not mentioned in the instructions!) and if you don’t lube the screws with bar soap or beeswax, you’ll be lucky to get them completely installed w/o a power drill.

    I can’t wait to give my new table a try.

  2. Gary and Gail

    These were my husband’s comments who put the table together:
    “I was amazed. Most stuff you buy to put together is poor quality. This thing was built like a brick outhouse with real welds and gussets and went together well. The legs raise up and down with a STEEL hex shaft connecting the two legs like a semi trailer. Good job, Gail.”

    It is very sturdy and I’m going to love it!

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