SurePlease enlighten us,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Oh, so it's leveled with a level, not a machine.Sure
A spirit level from Walmart....
Lol, use the right tools for the job.
If you don't know, hire a table mechanic to do it for you.
I am well aware of how to setup a pool table.Oh, so it's leveled with a level, not a machine.
Problem is, if it's not perfectly flat, it's not perfectly level.
You pretty much always have to fine tune leveling by rolling balls.
Funny thing, I'm retired from 46 years of Machining, CNC Programming. and Engineering,,,,,,,,,,, I knew what a machine level was, likely way before you did. I wanted to see if you did, since you proclaimed it's use like it's the final word,,,,,,,,,, it's not, on a pool table OR a machine tool, which is what it's designed for.I am well aware of how to setup a pool table.
I used a term and a tool most competent people would understand.
Have a nice day now.
Your table. Your journey. Whatever it takes. White reinforcements seem to be the thing. As for the vertical spot line. Not for me. Most of the time I ask my opponent to spot the ball if there’s a line or multiple balls clustered. I have shaky hands.This might not be good advice, but being someone just learning the game my table has about 100 spots with a very thin sharpie for all the drill points I need.