I'm trying to build a table with 4 swivel legs that can be locked into arbitrary angles so that it can stand over one to three rows of storage crates in my garage:
As you can see, the legs aren't reinforced or braced to prevent wobbling or shaking. In fact, the fixtures to the table top are simply pipe flanges which might sustain too much stress on their own:
If the maximum load is 100kg, will this design be adequate? I'd appreciate any advice on improving the structural integrity.