I've always got a lot of projects on the go, not all poker tables so I thought I'd start a new thread about the miscellaneous going ons around the Chanman workshop. Not a lot of info going into these posts, more just photos and descriptions of what's happening. To kick it off, a dining table cover going to a customer who's ordered a 118"x44" cash table. His dining table cover is enormous. Solid oak, here it's dry fit and getting ready for glue up. Then onto the CNC it goes for the oval shape. 11' boards, 160" track to trim the edges. I'm also working with Gear on a relabel project. Locals around here really like the slugged metal chips unfortunately. It doesn't help that they're cheap. 500 chips for one customer 700 more chips for a different customer. I've since done another 500 chips, all 100's for the same 2nd customer. Labels are expected to be done tomorrow, then it's fun times applying 3400 labels.