Game Table

Many hours of fun playing Dungeons and Dragons.

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Step 1: Pocket Drilled Bottom Shelf

My son had a idea for a game table. We got a little carried away, but had fun.

Step 2: Install Outlets

Every corner has a power point.

Step 3: Made Box for TV/Monitor

Two fans were installed in this cavity to cool the monitor. We covered the edges in aluminium.

Step 4: Cut Glass to Cover Monitor

Lets see how she fits.

Step 5: Testing Electrical and Monitor

Everything worked great.

Step 6: Finished Table

The final project was 6-1/2 ft. x 5 ft., and was quite heavy. I was glad to get it out of the shop. I hope you enjoy as much as we enjoyed building it.

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    3 months ago

    That's pretty cool. What are you using to fuel the television screen? Are you using your laptop? What about software? There's so much more about this project that I want to know!

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    Reply 3 months ago

    Hey skipernicus My son and I had a ball building this. It's powered via any computer video cable. There are power points for every user for their laptops or what ever. Shelves under for whatever. He play's D.D. only issue, it's quite heavy. Thks for your comments.


    2 years ago

    Very nice job boys. You guys are awesome. Have fun


    2 years ago

    Thanks for your kind words Swansong. The table is very versatile. Hope u vote for me.


    2 years ago

    This is awesome! I'd love to have a game table like this, it would be so much easier to design and set/change the scene. :)