Jeremy Gutjahr
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A table 48 x 60 would fit perfect in my space. It's of course an odd size for folding tables. Has anyone seen one of these around or do they exist at all from any retailers? Maybe I'm bad at Google but I've searched everywhere for almost 1.5 hours.

Ps. I want one of these because I feel it would be perfect for TI3. It may be a little small for such a big game, but it's the max size I can really get and it seems plausible.

Thanks in advance.
 
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Martin V
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Hey there Jeremy,

While I don't know where you can find such a table, I may have an alternative that would work. Below is a link to a rather easy project idea to help you get the table top space you need:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QdI7X506UU0

I'm not very handy with tools, and still managed to pull this off. I like the fact that the project is simple, not too expensive, and the end product is easy to transport and store. You'll just need a folding table to support the surface and there you go.

Whatever you decide, I hope it works out.
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Hawaka Winada
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48"x30" folding tables are out there if you want to buy two of them and butt them together.
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Matt L.
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It seems unlikely that you'd find a single table this large, perhaps you could find two folding tables that would be close, but I would agree with Martin that you may be better off finding a close sized folding table that's sturdy and simply building an appropriately sized top for it.

You'd honestly just need the piece of wood and a tablecloth, you wouldn't necessarily even need to add the felt.

If you do add a tabletop to a folding table, find a way to secure it so that a leaning person doesn't toss the whole tabletop.
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I see you are Canadian like me. Staples has a selection of sturdy folding tables.

http://www.staples.ca/folding+table/directory_folding%2520ta...

I use the 60" round table from this page as my main gaming table. It's very stable and sturdy and can be easily stowed by folding up the legs and rolling it up against a wall. I also have a 60"x30" bi-fold table for smaller game setups.
 
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Good advice. I'll check out this option vs doing the table top myself as another person posted. Thanks for everything.
 
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