My workbench top is 24" deep by 48" long 3/4" plywood. I put 3/4"X" strips around the bottom edge on both sides and front. It's very sturdy. I don't think I would o out much more than 24"s. See what the specs. on the hinges say!
That’s not a question! What do you want to know? It is very heavy duty and would work in any location.
I used a normal wood screw to mount mine and it worked well. The screw head has a 3/8 in diameter.
You didn’t mention how deep the table would be. At 72” long you will need at least 3. At 150 lbs. you better make sure whatever your hanging the brackets on will handle the load. I used 2 for a 24”X48” top mounted on block and they work fine.
Depends. I have two of them set up as a shelf and total weight-tool box and vise- 100 pounds. It could handle more but to be sure test it.
You have approx 3/4 of an inch before the lock release tab. be advised that you would also be cutting off the two holes at the end of the arm which facilitate a screw to be run into your surface material.
I haven’t found them if there are but these were great
Something must be restricting the hinge. Make sure both Brackets are vertical on wall (level) when closed, before shelf is mounted. Check all mounting screws and make sure screw heads are not restricting movement.
The brackets I purchased are Knape & Vogt, HD-206-16WH. The arm that supports the shelf is 16 inches long. The information on the HD website indicates a pair can hold 880 lbs. I have not put that much weight on them so cannot vouch for the max capacity. When they are open at the 90 degree position, the actual angle of mine is slightly less than 90 degrees. I installed shims between the bracket arm and the shelf to make the shelf exactly level. Shims on the wall attachment would provide the same result.