The table lifting system is a simple elevator-like mechanism that can be bolted onto the side of a structure.
It speeds up forming operations, minimises the number of site personnel needed and frees the cranes for other operations. It is also more wind resistant.
"The table lifting system is a big success because it works independently of the crane," said Doka product manager Walter Feigl.
The table forms are moved from a trolley and wheeled onto an elevating platform.
They are then lifted up to the storey where they are needed in about 20 seconds where a second worker uses a trolley to manoeuvre the table into its new position.
The same process is repeated from one storey to the next.