Custom Poker Table Felt Thread

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I tried to post up the artwork Tony created for me. Its a PDF and won't upload.

My table is not like what you've got @sheikh617 . So amazing! You've gone alot more custom than me. Wow...that rail...gosh! Is that real snakeskin? Your tastes are quite refined!

My tastes are perhaps a bit simple and boring I'd say given what you have got there. Stunning! I have what I'd say a "smooth" and "sleek" design. I opted for no racetrack. However, there is a "racetrack" effect incorporated into the layout along with a few other elements I wanted. @davin ...your table picture on Tony's website also served as some inspiration. Thanks:tup:

Can't wait to post the pr0n one fine day!

I'm super stoked. Tony is unreal. It's hard to describe, but he can take brain imagery from you and magically, it appears on screen. He makes it look easy, but it's actual real talent he has. A passion. I'm over the moon!

Imagine the day I get it!!!!

Nav cloth Final V2.jpg


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Going to visit the great Chanman himself for the final revisions to my custom table as well

Just came across this thread coincidentally! Now I'm super excited. Tony is amazing. He has been super patient with me. I'm borderline crazy with how much I change my mind

Tomorrow, we finalize and I sign the authorization form!

Lucky to be alive!!!
Trust me, you can't be more difficult to work with than me. Through their interactions with me working on my poker table, I have irrefutable proof that both @T_Chan and @Johnny5 are freaking saints. No matter the request or the change, they're both ever ready to provide constructive advice.
 

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Have you guys noticed that sublimation dye felts are slower than say, speedcloth?

BTW, my poker table uses pool table felt. That's pretty smooth sailing on the deal.
 

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Have you guys noticed that sublimation dye felts are slower than say, speedcloth?

BTW, my poker table uses pool table felt. That's pretty smooth sailing on the deal.
Not sure if you asking as a "I noticed that they are slower" or if you are just wondering IF they are...

I love my @T_Chan Felts. These (His) are AWESOME. My first few tables were felt, and sped Cloth, then I purchased a custom cloth from Tony and have never looked back, when I build tables I recommend them ordering a custom cloth..

One of the table I sold with speed cloth on it is in the possession of a friend and He wants to upgrade his table to a T_Chan cloth, I hope He does this year..
 

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Have you guys noticed that sublimation dye felts are slower than say, speedcloth?
Just an FYI, there are many different types of felts that can be sub dyed, including white suited speed cloth. The sub dye process doesn't make them any slower. Our gaming suede is specifically chosen since it provides really good card slide. We've even used another product recently which we test where cards slide like an air hockey table, but in the end we didn't use it as the texture was too "plastic" feeling.
 

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Just an FYI, there are many different types of felts that can be sub dyed, including white suited speed cloth. The sub dye process doesn't make them any slower. Our gaming suede is specifically chosen since it provides really good card slide. We've even used another product recently which we test where cards slide like an air hockey table, but in the end we didn't use it as the texture was too "plastic" feeling.
I was afraid of losing the glide of speed cloth if I went custom but that's great to hear!
 
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