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A second LACK table would be a really neat addition. I think you could probably get away with keeping the look if you added a sheet of tempered glass with similar dimensions as the table. If I recall correctly, something around 22" x 22" should work. A few rubber bumpers would help keep it off the table itself. Keep it up! These things are addicting :)
i think to do so by placing something but the problem is to keep the design.It's so beautiful like this that just plexiglass is not enough :-(my current position is to make something like a double lack table as a jewel box but i plan to use the second part for something ... (a tablet, buttons, ... game pad holder ... ) but i keep thinking about this upgrade ! ;-)
thx for your suggestion ;-) see on top
Thank you ;-)
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Fantastic! I actually just finished building a very similar table from a black LACK table. I did make a few changes tho: I just cut out the top of the table, leaving the bottom intact to support the monitor, and I added fine plywood sides to hide the components underneath. My RPi, speakers and driver, monitor controls, and converters are all screwed underneath the table, and I didn't put any buttons on the outside. Fantastic job, this looks much cleaner and slimmer than mine :) Also I would suggest putting some glass on top, particularly as I would like mine to be usable as both a side table and a gaming station. Well done! - FracturedCrystal
Really neat design! - EsaE
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