Just thought I would share a project I am working on. It's a 16'
shuffleboard table. You can see my progress at:
It's made out of nothing more that plywood and two boxes of bamboo
flooring. Bamboo because it was cheap, light colored, and available
Oh yea, it will have a mahogany rim around the top edge. I will add
more pictures as I go.
If you look at images 68 thru 71 you will see three bolts in each
cross brace. These are every 15 inches dorn the full length of the
playing surface. The bolts are in slots which will allow infinite
adjustment including making the surface concave or convex at any point
or along the entire length.
Try doing that with a 3 inch thick maple slab!
On 28 Feb 2007 12:30:49 -0800, tom email@example.com wrote:
All that it costs is a couple of sheets of plywood (depending on how
long you make it, mine is 16 feet) and some hardware, plus the
flooring. Then some hardwood for the outer rim, and some carpet to
line the inside. I'm doing that now so I will have some new pics soon.
When I'm done I can send you the drawings that I made up if you'd
On Thu, 01 Mar 2007 14:46:29 -0600, "Charlie M. 1958"
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