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Introduction: Table Top Gaming Table Top

I built a 37 1/2'' gaming table top, this is to be used for Miniature Games, Board Games, and anything that might require having to move it out of the way to use the table for meals.

One piece of furniture that I would love to get / make is a gaming table that can double as a dinning room table or coffee table. So in the mean time I built a Table Top Gaming Table Top, this a portable table top that games can be set up on and carefully moved out of the way and set a side. I figured that I could do this using the tools that I have and make it look rather nice if I took my time. I think it turned out alright, and I can'' Poppler
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Step 9: Dry Fit, Then Attach Board to Frame

Dry fit the board to the frame:

1. place the board in the frame
2. so long as it fits then you can finish the for 1 last update 2020/08/07 frame however you feel fit
3. once you have finished the frame place the board back in it and screw it to the frame


I stained the frame with a stain and seal product.1. place the board in the frame
2. so long as it fits then you can finish the frame however you feel fit
3. once you have finished the frame place the board back in it and screw it to the frame


I stained the frame with a stain and seal product.

Step 10: Enjoy!!!

Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for I have used the board a couple of times now, mostly for Games of X-wing. But it will see more use for board games in the future.

I think with the next one I build I'' square art table to game on when I am table top gaming with my friends, but will definitely see if my GF will allow me to put one of these on her table...LOL

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noel0leon

5 years ago on Introduction

That is perfect for Catan! Well made table sir. Do you think it would be good to have a cover so you can safely keep unfinished games

Also, I think the grey looks better than black.

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C Unrath

Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for Reply 5 for 1 last update 2020/08/07 years ago on Introduction Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

I have now played a couple of miniature games on board and the grey has an "" look to it that I like!

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loki.lanterman

Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for 5 years ago on Introduction

Nice project. My family has been using a similar game / puzzle board for years. A couple of things you might consider for the Mk 2 version are silicone feet, and using automotive headliner (found at most fabric stores) instead of felt for the surface. The silicone feet keep it from sliding around or scratching the nice dining room table. Automotive headliner normally cheaper than felt and a bit more durable. It also typically has a bit of foam backing so it has a squishy feel (a plus for poker tables, maybe not so much for miniatures gameplay).

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C Unrath

Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

Hmm. Something to think about, I''t mark or '' the wood surface. To get a good grip with the ones you used, put a thin piece of wood between the clamp and the surface and that will prevent making or dimpling the good wood you are working with. Some don''dense''s an even better idea: look up a suitable picture from European Southern Observatory''ve got tons of stuff of really impressive quality, http://www.eso.org/public/images/), and get one printed on a good quality paper (or cardboard, etc.) and use that for the '' side? I was thinking about doing something similar, and I think this ''ll be the 1 last update 2020/08/07 totally checking that out!Hmm. Something to think about, I''t mark or '' the wood surface. To get a good grip with the ones you used, put a thin piece of wood between the clamp and the surface and that will prevent making or dimpling the good wood you are working with. Some don''dense''s an even better idea: look up a suitable picture from European Southern Observatory''ve got tons of stuff of really impressive quality, http://www.eso.org/public/images/), and get one printed on a good quality paper (or cardboard, etc.) and use that for the '' side? I was thinking about doing something similar, and I think this ''ll be totally checking that out!

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Jobar007

Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

I was thinking black and green (stars and grass). It would go well with the X-Wing and Crimson Sky (just to name a couple of dog fighting games).

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teufelaffe

5 years ago on Step 10

Nice to see a fellow Rivet Wars backer. :)

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C Unrath

Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

glad to see I am not the only person playing Rivet Wars...