Shuffletech ST-100 Review (2 Viewers)

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Here is the side table that I made for my ST 1000. It has a metal locking cabinet below built into plywood. So far I love my shuffle tech. It rarely if ever jams with Copeg cards and it's much quieter with the rail foam inside. Hopefully it doesn't get too hot. I did drill 1" vent holes on the back side and there is a 1" air gap under the shuffler.
 

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Here is the template. You have to router a 45° bevel on the underside of the 7.375 ends too. I would recommend using a scrap piece of 3/4 plywood as a test piece before cutting into a table though.
What did you use to do the 45 degree bevel?
 

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NEED ADVICE PLEASE. Sorry don’t mean to hijack thread. Seller is asking $500 for the shuffletech. Says it’s in good condition. Thoughts?

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NEED ADVICE PLEASE. Sorry don’t mean to hijack thread. Seller is asking $500 for the shuffletech. Says it’s in good condition. Thoughts?

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You could ask for a demo video of the machine shuffling cards.

I also bought one a while back, and the seller showed me the machine in action, via video.

Best of luck! I haven’t used mine, but had hoped I would. I may need to consider listing mine.
 

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You could ask for a demo video of the machine shuffling cards.

I also bought one a while back, and the seller showed me the machine in action, via video.

Best of luck! I haven’t used mine, but had hoped I would. I may need to consider listing mine.
Same!
 

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Just picked up a ShuffleTech a few weeks ago.
I mounted it into an IKEA Bremnes rolling cabinet.
Added some sound foam and a couple usb fans.
I think it turned out great.
I ran a handful of shuffles through it with bridge sized cards with minimal issues.
I’d agree that I wish there was a better option at this price point, but I just don’t have upwards of $5k to spend on a Deckmate.
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Great review, I've been contemplating one of these. Very helpful, thanks!

Out of curiosity, have you tried the 7 riffle setting? If so, do you find better randomization, and at what time penalty?
 

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Ran with poker size KEMs last night.

Played for just under 6 hours and had two jams in that time - one that would had to reset the machine for and the other which the ST was able to resolve itself. All in all, acceptable for me.

Love some of the cabinets here. Definitely going to be a future project for me.
 

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Just picked up a ShuffleTech a few weeks ago.
I mounted it into an IKEA Bremnes rolling cabinet.
Added some sound foam and a couple usb fans.
I think it turned out great.
I ran a handful of shuffles through it with bridge sized cards with minimal issues.
I’d agree that I wish there was a better option at this price point, but I just don’t have upwards of $5k to spend on a Deckmate. View attachment 936561View attachment 936562View attachment 936563
Looks great. Do you find the sound foam results in a noticeable decrease in noise from the ST?
 

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Looks great. Do you find the sound foam results in a noticeable decrease in noise from the ST?
It mostly just knocks down the echo from the cabinet. But it is quite a noticeable difference. That was just some self adhesive sound foam from Amazon. I haven’t hosted a game yet , but I’ll report back in a few weeks when I do.
 

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Just picked up a ShuffleTech a few weeks ago.
I mounted it into an IKEA Bremnes rolling cabinet.
Added some sound foam and a couple usb fans.
I think it turned out great.
I ran a handful of shuffles through it with bridge sized cards with minimal issues.
I’d agree that I wish there was a better option at this price point, but I just don’t have upwards of $5k to spend on a Deckmate. View attachment 936561View attachment 936562View attachment 936563
Why the fans? Just an over abundance of caution? Or have these units actually been overheating?
 

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Why the fans? Just an over abundance of caution? Or have these units actually been overheating?
100% caution. I figured why not? They were pretty cheap. I hadn’t read anything in regards to overheating.
 

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Why the fans? Just an over abundance of caution? Or have these units actually been overheating?
Curious about that as well. I didn't think these generated a meaningful amount of heat.

I have had a few of these other the years. One of the earlier models, I disassembled and lined the interior with dynamat (car audio sound proofing material). So it would have acted as a major insulator.

It eventually died, but I figured it was due to the plastic components wearing down. But perhaps it could have been heat related.
 
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