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How to Build a Pool Table

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A many thanks to John Kirchel for providing this information. Clicking on these links will open a new window. Construction of the table. q 05/04/2000- Buying the slate
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05/18/2000- Buying the mahogany and poplar 06/18/2000- Cutting the wood and miter measurements 08/07/2000- Sanding and gluing the frame 09/16/2000-Carving the legs and building the support. 10/15/2000- Horizontal supports. 11/06/2000- Vertical supports 11/18/2000- Installing the slate liner, cutting the pockets, leveling the slate. 11/26/2000- Drilling the holes for the slate, final shimming, sealing the seams. 12/06/2000- Building the rails and ripping them to width 12/13/2000- Building the rails, Drilling the pocket ear holes, measuring andcutting the rails. 12/23/2000- Drilling the rail mount holes in the slate. Continuing the rail work 12/26/2000- Cutting the angles for the pockets. Gluing the cushions on the rails 12/27/2000- Finishing the rail work, staining and inserting the sights 12/28/2000- Completing the blinds 12/29 - 12/31/2000- Getting the slate ready for cloth and Completing the Table. What is it going to takeExpenses- How much is this going to cost me? Updates: 2/9/2001 Drawings- What are the dimensions of that again? Updates: 2/9/2001 Contacts- Who do I need to call?

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Contact: John Kirchel Email me your comments or suggestions.

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Buying the Slate

My quest to build a High End Pool Table
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05/04/2000As promised here is the website on my quest to build a table... This weekend I go to pick up myslate. I called around to several places, from slate quarries to table manufacturers looking for a 9 ft 3 piece slate. The reason you get the slate first is you need to know where everything lines up. The prices I came up with for a new 9 ft 3 piece slate range from 500-1100 bucks. In my quest I came across a used slate that cost 250 bucks. It is a 1 inch slate that had never been played onbecause the table that it was installed on was a store demo. It took me 6 months to find my used piece of slate. I could have bought new right away but then again the hunt was half the fun. I also have lined up the legs for the table. Adams Wood Supply has ball and claw type billiard legs for 56 bucks a leg, solid mahogany. They have a nice web site with a online catalog. They also have pre-made layeredpoplar rails for $24 per rail (need 6). These are the profiles that were in the Fine Woodworking magazine article "How to build a table", which if you are reading this you know what I am talking about. So now starts the running total of how much I spent to build my own table... By the way if anyone wants me to finish my table faster, email me and I will give you my address for you to send memoney ... The next installment will be coming in 2 weeks when I get the poplar slate liners...
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Buying the mahogany and poplar

My quest to build a High End Pool Table
Please let me know what you think of my project. Sign my Guestbook

05/18/2000 I found my mahogany for 4.82 a board foot. It is true Honduras and has abeautiful wood grain to it. It is getting milled over the Memorial day weekend. I could have had them mill it but it would have been double the price and I have a friend that has access to milling equipment for free. I will prolly be picking up a can of fix-all also to fill the scratches in the slate... I also got 4 6/4 x 3 inch 9 foot poplar for the slate support it is straight as an arrow. Nice...
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