Windy Crest Round Table Build Thread

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Building a pair of 56" cash tables for Degen in Dallas and my local circus cash nights.

First step - make a circle jig. My Jasper doesn't go to 56" so I got a sheet of 1/4" ply to cut off a small section for my jig.
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Jig complete and tracing the cut. Beer #1 standing guard.
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First pass complete.
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And we have a circle!
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Cutting out the rail.
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And done.
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Repeat for second table. Beer #2 is on guard.
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All pieces cut out last night. Standing by for rounding of edges and black stain for the underside and foam installation today.

Foam: I went with Foam by Mail 1" HD-Lux for the rail and 3/8" HD-Lux for the playing surface. (Refinishing my existing ovals as well).

Letting it air out and expand in the garage overnight.
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Also interested in what triggered this audible and if it was a delicious golden beverage
I was puzzled by why there was two "tables" of different sizes, and what sort of voodoo was planned for making them the same size. Nothing beverage-induced. :)
 

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Lookin very good!

I did not glue the sides of the rail foam on my last couple builds. I would glue the top and cut it oversize so when I wrapped the rail it would just fall in place.
I'm really happy with the results and made the process much easier for me.

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Lookin very good!

I did not glue the sides of the rail foam on my last couple builds. I would glue the top and cut it oversize so when I wrapped the rail it would just fall in place.
I'm really happy with the results and made the process much easier for me.

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I won't bother gluing the sides again. Once I started moving it around half the foam came lose from the sides anyway.
 

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Curious as to the price of 60" plywood. Looking at building a similar sized round myself and wondering if it would be more economical to layer and laminate 48" sheets of 1/4"....
 

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Curious as to the price of 60" plywood. Looking at building a similar sized round myself and wondering if it would be more economical to layer and laminate 48" sheets of 1/4"....
I got them for $50/sheet delivered.

Table builds are on pause, because I'm procrastinating doing the vinyl :ROFL: :ROFLMAO:
 

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What the hell is all this stuff?????
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If I was going to DiD there would be some prop bets places involving you and some of this paraphernalia
 
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