Light diffuser poker table
The Luminescent table features our sealed lighted rail system, integrating lights into the rail to add a unique touch to this fantastic table. Our light system is. Design & Quote Your Table. Brushed metal diffuser with suits cut out covering the led lights. Wood cover to convert poker table to dinning when not in use. Instructions to build your own poker tables. Photos of poker tables. Poker Products. light diffusers (1/1) - Poker Table Building Forums - Build Questions - Build Your Own Poker Tables Forum Forum.
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Log in or Sign up. Apr 29, at 5: Apr 27, Messages: AZ, In the F'n Hi all, first post here on PCF I'm getting ready to build a couple tables and am in the research and design mode. I also have been thinking about a raised, lighted rail design, which is something I haven't done before.
Here is a cross section I've been playing around with. The rail is not attached to the table. Basic design and works great. The top of the diffuser would be up against the underside of the top rail, where the vinyl wraps around, either attached with an L bracket every so often, or just freestanding.
Alternatively I could router a slot halfway thru C maybe just inside the edge, and have the diffuser sit in the slot. But then I have to finish off the front of C with some veneer or something. However I have seen a number of pix online, and many seem to utilize a slot in the base, to hold the diffuser.
Just wondering if anyone has used this technique on attaching the diffuser to the rail, and how that worked out. Any comments about the design in general are welcome. Also wondering if anyone has used a CNC shop or lasercutting shop to cut their rails, and what the ballpark price was. Mar 8, Messages: As an owner of a lighted raised rail table, I can say they are WELL worth it but make sure you do it right the first time.
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Here you can customize your table options and get an estimate on the cost of your table. A detailed description of the options along with pictures can be found on the style options page. To start the order process for your table that you have designed, simply push advance order, add in your info and it will send it to us.
We will contact you once we receive the order to finalize and arrange deposit. Pair of Wood pedestals for oval tables. HD Casino Style with Footrail. Metal "X" Pedestal Pair. Heavy Duty Folding Legs. Stainless Steel Cup Holders. Slide Under Stainless Steel. Standard size stainless steel slide under the rail so they can be removed when not needed. Cup Holders in Rail. Placement of cup holders in rail. Make sure to select type of cup holder along with this option.
This is only to place them in rail. Available with any style of table. Cup Holders in Racetrack. Nickel or Bronze Studs. Decals on race track. Send order copy to your E-Mail: Full felt round with diameter greater than 48" up to 60". Full felt round with diameter of 48". Cloth printed with any design and color. Speed cloth with suits printed into cloth. Included in base price. Subtotal on category "Playing Surface":. Casino style legs with metal foot rail, round black columns and metal base.
Pair of quads for oval tables. Subtotal on category "Table Legs":. Subtotal on category "Cup Holders":. Only available if you are building a race track style table. Subtotal on category "Cup Holder Placement":.
Brushed metal diffuser with suits cut out covering the led lights. White acrylic diffuser back lit with led's. Power your LED lighting with a battery for power anywhere. Different color for rail vinyl other than the included black.
Liar's Poker is a non-fiction, semi- autobiographical book by Michael Lewis describing the author's experiences as a bond salesman on Wall Street during the late s.
The book captures an important period in the history of Wall Street. Two important figures in that history feature prominently in the text, the head of Salomon Brothers ' mortgage department Lewis Ranieri and the firm's CEO John Gutfreund. The book's name is taken from liar's poker , a high-stakes gambling game popular with the bond traders in the book. Liar's Poker follows two different story threads, though not necessarily in chronological order.
The first thread is autobiographical, and follows Lewis through his college education and his hiring by Salomon Brothers now a subsidiary of Citigroup in This part of the book gives a first-person account of how bond traders and salesmen truly work, their personalities, and their culture.
The book captures well an important period in the history of Wall Street. Important figures in that history feature prominently in the text: The second thread is a history of Salomon Brothers and an overview of Wall Street in general, especially how the firm single-handedly created a market for mortgage bonds that made the firm wealthy, only to be outdone by Michael Milken and his junk bonds. This thread is less dependent on Lewis' personal experience and features quotes apparently drawn from interviews with various relevant figures.
Lewis was an art history student at Princeton University , who nonetheless wanted to break into Wall Street to make money. He describes his almost pathetic attempts to find a finance job, only to be roundly rejected by every firm to which he applied.