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Try this http://www.sewing.org/files/guidelines/21_110_sewing_room_setup_for_healthy_sewing.pdf
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It really depends on your height. If you are tall like I am, you should go for one that is around 45 inches tall because you are going to get a lot of backaches from constantly bending over a changing table that is only 36 inches high.
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There are no minimum sizes. Changing tables come in all shapes, heights and sizes and it is up to you. You should try matching the table to your size especially if you are very tall or short. It also depends on how big is your baby's room, don't take a huge table if the room is small. I think the average sizes should be: 47" x 20" x 41"
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