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T_Chan

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I just wrapped up construction on my latest table. It took some blood, sweat and tears to get this done, the "tiles" are a real pain to do. I know everyone will ask, it's an acrylic sheet which is CNC cut then the grooves are filled with black silicone to create the tile effect.


The lights are on different switches, the inner lights are on a remote and the outside lights are on a dimmer switch installed under the table. Both lights run off a 12V battery which is mounted under the table. It's on saw horses right now, will be mounted onto double pedestals.











 

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That's really nice. What size is it?
 

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Thanks. It's 42"x72" with the topper being slightly larger.
 

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Its about $300 for the custom cloth?
 

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I charge $375 including 1 hour of design. It's done on Suited Speed Cloth.
 

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Thanks for the kind words. It was a fun and frustrating project.
 

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Wow nice work T_Chan. A little too many lights for my liking though. Love that you make wood side cover to cover up the grids.
 
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