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[...] a recessed box area, or molded/carved chip holders in the rail area?
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After viewing this thread and looking at some excellent builds, I’m curious…
What is the preferred table design as it relates to chips; i.e. flat padding to the rail (where players just stack their chips in front), a recessed box area, or molded/carved chip holders in the rail area?

I’d be interested in the feedback on what people prefer.
Without question, flat padding to the rail. Some will add a racetrack, but unless that racetrack is exactly level with the felt, you will have a bump that makes it impossible to push a tower of chips forward.

Lost of good examples of molded/carved "chip holders" in the rail... all of them in the Fugly table thread.
 

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Without question, flat padding to the rail. Some will add a racetrack, but unless that racetrack is exactly level with the felt, you will have a bump that makes it impossible to push a tower of chips forward.

Lost of good examples of molded/carved "chip holders" in the rail... all of them in the Fugly table thread.
Yep.. I get the idea that the design of a casino type of table (with a lower flat surface to the rail) is the way to go.

Looks like the chip rail designs are contenders for the fugly table thread you listed above. I took a look but most photos are no longer viewable.

Perfect!
 

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Just upgraded one of my tables with a shuffle tech. I have a 3 table game coming up and it was very nerve racking cutting a hole in one of the tables, since I only have 3. Worked out well though. Hopefully I will like the shuffle tech as much as I hope to.
 

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They seemed to indicate to me that they were going to put them into storage for the next event. The crates were built to double as a storage container.

I think they'll especially want to re-use the camera table

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This customer wanted very high end cameras for their table. We offered to include the cameras, but they decided to rent them instead to save some money. We received 1 camera for fitment and they are renting the rest for a few days to use for the televised event. So I can do either. At $1,000 per camera, I don't blame them.
 

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8 man. 72" by 48". Can fit 10 squished in.

I bought some Roll Out Mats and use it for roulette and craps. just waiting on the backboard carpet to arrive to jimmy something up for the dice.

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hey Mister, I have to say you inspired me by your photos. I also bought two Roll Out Mats (Blackjack & Craps). I wanted to ask you how did you make the cut to the Mat, it seems you did a pretty good job! Congrats
 

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hey Mister, I have to say you inspired me by your photos. I also bought two Roll Out Mats (Blackjack & Craps). I wanted to ask you how did you make the cut to the Mat, it seems you did a pretty good job! Congrats
My wife helped. I put it over the table, drew a line in sharpie and then cut just inside it. Like I said my wife helped so it was a cleaner cut than what I would of done.
 

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My wife helped. I put it over the table, drew a line in sharpie and then cut just inside it. Like I said my wife helped so it was a cleaner cut than what I would of done.
Mad props. It looks way better than that Habs logo. :wtf:
 
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