Building a Gaming Table

Once the plans were drawn, I started gathering wood from Home Depot. I checked out the available hard woods and went with Poplar. Partly because of the expense and partly because of the color (a mild green). I picked up an Oak board for the Cup Holders and the plywood sheets for the table tops.

The garage is a bit wet, it is December and there’s snow outside. The garage is a touch cold (as in, I can see my breath at times).

I started getting the gear out of the various places I stashed it. The router table from under the window, the miter saw from on top of the table saw, the stand from next to the router table. Just getting stuff out and ready to use. Then start measuring and cutting until all the Poplar has been cut to the proper size.

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