Point taken. I can include a removable lock pin at several locations so the angle of attack can be adjusted to the users .......
Having a duo using one of these table would be amazing. One SP work above massaging your back and one SP working below massaging you member.
😁 What a thought!!!
I would be concerned with the thickness of the table material. The unpadded Ikea table looks like 1 thick", the Amazon thickness lookes like 5" thick.
The thickness of the table deck doesn't carry the weight. The legs and the rails carry the structural load. The thickness of the deck material is 3/4" fir plywood. Add 1" or so of dense foam and 1/2" of soft padding foam so your can wrap it over the edges and you have 2-1/4" thickness. Now, if you cut a 6" dia. (min.) pickle hole that will give ample room for the masseuse to get their hands right up to the massagies "base". So with 3"x 3" solid fir legs and 1" x 3" solid fir rails this table should be able to support a live load of 500 lbs and a static load of 800 lbs or more.I would be concerned with the thickness of the table material. The unpadded Ikea table looks like 1 thick", the Amazon thickness lookes like 5" thick.
If you decide on 3" thick with padding to support a 400 lb weight (never know when it needs to support the weight of two or three people), and some dude has a 5" pickle, that leaves just 2" to work with.