Originally Posted by Dartman
Wow. What kind of board?
The ones we did were really old, 1 piece alleys and solid like a rock with 8 table legs.
Never could get the scoreboard thing to work tho - a gazillion wires inside.
I believe it was American shuffleboard who i believe is now champion shuffleboard. Here is a little excerpt from their manual. This process has to be done the entire length of the board. Just like a pool table,we leveled the base first,installed board then levelled board using the climatic adjusters.
Climatic Adjusters for Concave or Convex Playfield
a. Begin the adjustment process by placing a straight edge (20" long) across the playfield directly
above the first climatic adjuster at either end. This will determine if your playfield is concave or
convex. You want your playfield concave. This can be determined by sliding a piece of paper back
and forth under the middle of the straight edge (the paper usually stopping 3" to 5" from the
side of the playfield). The pucks should drift toward the center of the scoring zone when shot.