Anyone have some feedback on the folding table (not just the legs) from Chan Man?

James McGill

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I was wondering if anyone could share their experience with these folding tables:


I'm sure they are top notch based on what I've read about Chan Man's products, so I'm really just curious about how this table plays and if the folding seam is an obstacle or not. Thanks to everyone ahead of time.
 

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We very rarely build tables that fold in half, in fact the image you posted is the only table that folds in half that we've ever built other than a table topper.

For toppers, we've made a few. I make a tri-fold system where the table folds upwards rather than downwards. There's a removable piece in the middle which you remove to fold the table up. The felt is 1 piece, no seams.

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We very rarely build tables that fold in half, in fact the image you posted is the only table that folds in half that we've ever built other than a table topper.

For toppers, we've made a few. I make a tri-fold system where the table folds upwards rather than downwards. There's a removable piece in the middle which you remove to fold the table up. The felt is 1 piece, no seams.

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Thank you, sir. I appreciate the reply. That's a nice little solution you have there.
 

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@T_Chan, that is fantastic! Would a topper like that with non-custom cloth be similarly priced to one of your standard tables?
 

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We very rarely build tables that fold in half, in fact the image you posted is the only table that folds in half that we've ever built other than a table topper.

For toppers, we've made a few. I make a tri-fold system where the table folds upwards rather than downwards. There's a removable piece in the middle which you remove to fold the table up. The felt is 1 piece, no seams.

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LOVE the pedestal base!!!!!!!!
 
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