Make the handle yourself with a bit of scrap. A 6 inch long strip with a knob on one end, two holes on the other. Drill two matching holes in the knob and put in a couple of small nuts with locknuts or locktite. Drill a hole on the small end and use two lock nuts or epoxy to anchor the crank handle bolt and let the small handle spin free
Or find an aluminum crank handle and drill mounting holes in it and the star knob. Look up crank handles online for ideas. All kinds of crank handles shown in my search. You just need to lock the crank on the shaft you have. Of course, you could cut the star knob off and attach a crank handle directly to it. A little drilling, routh up the surface, mix epoxy and it's done.
I have a Triton TRA001 in the table with the built in lift. Very nice.
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