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Just finished a 14 foot shuffleboard table for my basement. Estimated I have approx 120 hours in it. Playing surface is 3 inch hard maple, cradle is walnut and maple, legs are walnut, just wanted to share a few pics[IMG][IMG][IMG]
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Nice work! That is gorgeous.
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Did you use a butcher block material and then coat it?

 

Table looks great!!

 

I am wanting to do something like this but I would only be able to do a 10' and Im not sure if that would be almost too short. Any plans or tips you followed?

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Yes, i made the playing surface by gluing 3 inch wide maple on end and clamping. The playing surface is a poured 2 part epoxy. I did not use any plans just looked at a few other tables in person. Did lots of research on the web. That is a 14 foot table, I think a 10 ft table may be a little short, but if that is all you can do and really want one go for it. Usually the shorter tables are only 14 to 16 inches wide compared to 20, with that size table you would use a smaller size puck and a slower wax speed
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Any tips or instructions on what you did? I would love to build one.

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That is very, very nice!

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