Step 6: Attach Table to Pedestal

Lay your table on top of the pedestal (may need an extra hand with this)
Line the 3/8" hole of the table to the 3/8" hole to the pedestal. Use a 3/8" bolt and tighten them together.You will have to go through the 15" diameter hole on the bottom of the pedestal that you made in step 2
Now drill 4 more 3/8" holes through the center of the table through the cap of the pedestal and countersink them. Use 3/8" bolts to tighten the table down to the pedestal. This will prevent the table from rotating on the pedestal. (Be sure the heads of all the bolts are flush with the MDF so the playing table sits flat) 
Use more trim to cover up the bottom and top pieces of your pedestal to hide any nails you used to assemble it. Also use trim with 3/4" radius along the edges of the octagon base of the pedestal to cover up the thickness of the plywood you used.
The trim will add a unique look to your table and make it very pleasing to the eye.

I believe I still have the program. It is a very old program. I have started to build other models and started to build these as a hobby in my spare time. If you are interested in one I can make it for you.
<p>masterjeo how much to make the chip holder things ????? that the main part im intrested in and would you take custom sizes for them ????</p>
Yes I can make them for you. I can do custom work though I will have to draw it up and create a program to cut them. What did you have in mind?
last question, is it possible to put some felt on the bottom of the pedestal to prevent scratches on my floor?
You can purchase felt pads at home depot to put on the bottom of furniture
at least reduce the amount of scratches
by any chance can you make this playing top removable for convenient storage, I'd like to at least have an easier time with storage.
Yes it is removable. It has 4 bolts that hold it to the pedestal
how much did it cost in total to build (just for the wood) cheers and great work by the way.
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its the best poker table 4 home use (i saw one made for a bar and it was incredible) but you were doomed with out your precious cnc
Looks great! Nice job!
well that's pretty neat
Wow, Incredible work!

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