The table itself is finished and functional, though we will probably decorate and stain it to make it aesthetically pleasing. It’s a little bit taller (it’s 44″ tall) than we had initially planned on due to changing some of the plans as we went. Essentially, the wheels work by making sure the middle legs with the wheels would be sticking out when the sides folded down, so the legs had to be longer than the sides, which we made 3.5′ each (with a 1′ middle section).
This is the adventure of two guys (with the help of a girl, too) as they attempt to build the ultimate modular tabletop gaming table. We decided to build our own table from scratch to fit the design we wanted. The basic idea was to create a lipped table with various size terrain blocks so that we could mix and match them for different terrain configurations.
This is a work in progress. The table is (mostly) done, but the terrain is just being started.
We started with a basic folding table design. The sides were to fold up, and the legs were to fold under.