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Rail #1 finally complete. Far from perfect, but I'm happy with it.
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Very nice! I really wish I could make it out for the meetup next month.
 

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What height should this be? It feels too low. I used a base from one of those pool table/poker tables. I think I need to raise it a few inches.
 

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What height should this be? It feels too low. I used a base from one of those pool table/poker tables. I think I need to raise it a few inches.

I typically shoot for 29"-30" inches from the floor to the top of rail for a regular table. A tad higher for a raised rail table.

edit to add: compared to a regular kitchen table, it should feel a little low.
 

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I typically shoot for 29"-30" inches from the floor to the top of rail for a regular table. A tad higher for a raised rail table.

edit to add: compared to a regular kitchen table, it should feel a little low.

Like Irish said, 29“ is standard.
It's 29.5" to the top of the rail. My oval tables must be a tad bit higher.

Now to finish table #2!
 

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It's 29.5" to the top of the rail. My oval tables must be a tad bit higher.

Now to finish table #2!

After you play on it a few times, you'll likely find you like the lower height much better. It's much more comfortable to deal & play than a slightly taller kitchen table.
 

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After you play on it a few times, you'll likely find you like the lower height much better. It's much more comfortable to deal & play than a slightly taller kitchen table.
We played on it on Saturday - it was very well received and I don't think I will ever want to play on an oval again.
 
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