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Questions About Level and Levels - 06-02-2019, 12:03 PM

I have a few questions for the professional table mechanics.

1. What is the tolerance for the level of a pool table? I've searched high and low, and I can't find any specification for this anywhere, except in the Brunswick Gold Crown I 1961 service manual. That book says to use a 28" carpenter's level, and "Slate should not be out of level more than 0.020. It's a bit ambiguous, in that it could be 0.020" across 28", or maybe 0.020"/ft. But other than that I can find no specification for level.

2. When you level a table using the Starrett 98 precision level, are you leveling it to within the first graduation plus or minus "perfect," or maybe the second, or or are you trying for what appears to be perfect? (BTW, on the Starrett, "[t]he 6 through 18 (150-450mm) main level vials have graduations that are approximately 80-90 seconds or .005 per foot (0.42mm per meter).)

Thanks very much.

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