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The (mostly) finished table!

Great Success! High fives!

Great Success! High fives!

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).

Underside of the table

Underside of the table

Folding the table up

Folding the table up

And flipping it right side up...

And flipping it right side up...

The table standing up, folded

The table standing up, folded

Us showing off the folded table

Us showing off the folded table

Full table, opened and standing up!

Full table, opened and standing up!

Table top with a single (undecorated) terrain block

Table top with a single (undecorated) terrain block

Legs of the standing table

Legs of the standing table

Great Success! High fives!

Great Success! High fives!

Next up is terrain decoration! Now that we have something to put it on, we can begin creating all of the terrain blocks. The full table is 8′x4′. The terrain blocks will be in 6″, 12″, and 18″ squares, as well as a few odd shaped pieces (6″x12″, 6″x18″, 12″x18″, cross, L shaped, etc).

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9 Responses to “The (mostly) finished table!”

  1. Sigmar says:

    Hey Svenn,

    Thanks for posting on my blog. I’ll run a little feature about your endeavours if you don’t mind ?

    All the best,
    Sigmar
    http://battlereporter.blogspot.com

  2. Svenn says:

    Awesome! That sounds great. Thanks. :)

  3. jason says:

    This is great. I would be very interested in the dimensions of the whole thing. I like how it can be tucked away and stored. Do you think you would be willing/able to send something of “instructions” out to people who would like to use this design?

    Thanks for the inspiration!!

    Jason

  4. jason says:

    Nevermind, I just saw the previous posts. I am an idiot. Thanks.

    Jason

  5. Svenn says:

    Haha, yeah. We wanted to try and get as much information out there as possible so people can replicate it on their own. There’s plenty of other posts about the table and the whole process we went through. :)

  6. Greg says:

    Awsome job and description. It just what I want to do, I just didn’t know how to do it!

  7. Svenn says:

    Neither did we. :) We just sort of laid out the basic idea, went to the hardware store and picked up what we thought we needed… and started building. We learned a lot as we went along.

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