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Any New Ideas for Fixing Broken Slates?
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Any New Ideas for Fixing Broken Slates? - 03-24-2015, 12:03 PM

A while back, I converted a 5x10 Gold Crown Billiard table into a pocket table. Unfortunately, the table had to be disassembled after only about 3 months of use. The table has been in storage for the past several months, though I just received word last night, that someone had moved the slates, and somehow split the center slate in half.

I have seen some threads in the past, in regards to fixing broken slates. A couple of the more notable threads were from RKC and TableTek. I'm just curious if anyone has come up with any more creative ideas since those threads were last active.

I haven't seen this slate yet, so I don't yet have a plan of action. It sounds like it was a clean break, straight across. Though, I don't yet know if that was across the length or the width. Either way, I'm sure it'll be a fun fix.


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