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Been looking at his work and they are beautiful!

One question if people know, what plywood thickness does he use?

I “thought” It was recommended to use 3 sheets of 3/4” plywood. But I saw a 2 year old video he posted on the how to install led diffusers and his base was 3/4”. But the playing surface and rail he said was 1/2”.

Is that still the case? Or is it better to go with 3/4” all the way around?

I wasnt sure if he went with 1/2” for the playing surface and rail to cut weight

Thanks in advance
 
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Since the waitlist is open, would you please add my name?
 

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Been looking at his work and they are beautiful!

One question if people know, what plywood thickness does he use?

I “thought” It was recommended to use 3 sheets of 3/4” plywood. But I saw a 2 year old video he posted on the how to install led diffusers and his base was 3/4”. But the playing surface and rail he said was 1/2”.

Is that still the case? Or is it better to go with 3/4” all the way around?

I wasnt sure if he went with 1/2” for the playing surface and rail to cut weight

Thanks in advance

3/4" for the rail, 3/4" for the base and 3/4" for the sub-base. When we build tables with an illuminated raised rail, we add another sheet of 1/2" which becomes the playing surface, turning the table into a 4 layer build. For a non-raised rail, the base sheet gets the foam and felt instead of a separate 1/2" sheet.

Since the waitlist is open, would you please add my name?

Yes, for sure.
 

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3/4" for the rail, 3/4" for the base and 3/4" for the sub-base. When we build tables with an illuminated raised rail, we add another sheet of 1/2" which becomes the playing surface, turning the table into a 4 layer build. For a non-raised rail, the base sheet gets the foam and felt instead of a separate 1/2" sheet.



Yes, for sure.
Wow! Could also be used as a bullet proof wall. ;). Well done!
 

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Hi @T_Chan can you put me on the waiting list too? Im buying a place soon and was considering reaching out to you anyways now that I can probably fit a poker table, so seems like a good time to put my name on the list (even though ill be many months away from getting called up on your list, im good with that)
 

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Wow! Could also be used as a bullet proof wall. ;). Well done!

Yeah tables with lights get very heavy.

Hi @T_Chan can you put me on the waiting list too? Im buying a place soon and was considering reaching out to you anyways now that I can probably fit a poker table, so seems like a good time to put my name on the list (even though ill be many months away from getting called up on your list, im good with that)

Yep, most certainly.
 

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