Upcycling Click Laminate to a Tabletennis Table

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Introduction: Upcycling Click Laminate to a Tabletennis Table


Everybody that has ever installed a click laminate floor knows that you always end up with a ton of spare planks.
This is what you do with it.


Here is a link to a 3d rendering of the table, you can drag with your mouse to see the table from different angels.
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/11433020/untitled_VR.38/untitled_VR.38.html

At the end you have used all of your laminate and you have a ping pong table that matches your floor!
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    Sandyho
    Sandyho

    3 months ago

    It will be good to see some more detailed instruction as it is a brilliant idea ! I already bought 2 sheets of laminate ( Hylum ) 4ftX8ft 3 mm tk and 1inch square X12 Ft tubes to build frame before watching your video. I dont have access to Ikea in India ...any other options for legs ? How you jointed the laminates to get 4.9 ft legth X 5 ft ? Many thanks !

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    Edvanio
    Edvanio

    3 years ago

    The link isn't working...

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    ClaudioV11
    ClaudioV11

    5 years ago

    I was wondering the same... about the transitions... usually, there is a little gap... can you post a picture more closer? in the video looks very smooth.

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    carlos66ba
    carlos66ba

    7 years ago on Introduction

    Looks beautiful! Do the transitions between "boards" make the ball bounce weird?

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    ghaas
    ghaas

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    no, I have been playing for a month the ball bounces just like it should.