02-03-2010 10:51 AM
Does anyone have a good plan or picture for a pool stick and tool rack (nice looking, to hang on the wall next to the table)
02-03-2010 11:16 AM
I have seen these in a few woodworking magazines and right at this moment I can not finger exactly where. Wood may have had one too as a matter of fact. If you are just looking for ideas I would google pool cue racks and use the image feature and you will see many. If you want plans the I can not help you but they can not be that hard to make just by looking at them. Good luck.
02-03-2010 01:58 PM - edited 02-03-2010 02:00 PM
Have a look at THESE PLANS they are a little pricey but if nothing else will give you some ideas - Willy
02-03-2010 03:40 PM
I have built a pool table, pool table light and a pool cue rack and have pictures if you want but would have to e=mail them. My camera program will not let me install them into "my pictures" in the computer so I can't get them to this site but can view and send them by e-mail. I would need your e-mail address. You can send it to email@example.com if you want.
02-18-2010 03:01 AM
I finally figured out how to post pictures. Here is the table, light and cue holder I built this winter.
02-22-2010 02:09 PM
I really like the pool table. Did you make it from your own design or did you purchase plans? The light is something else also. Did you do the stain glass also?
I have an old table that has seen better days and I would like to build my own using the slate from the table I have. It might be a while for I have MANY projects that need to be completed before I can seriously consider a project like that.
Was it a difficult project? I have been playing with wood for about 8-10 years doing little projects but mostly doing home remodeling projects. I wouldn't say I'm a beginner but not an experience woodworker either. I have never done any large projects like furniture. But I do have 2 dreams, build a pool table and a canoe. I know they have nothing in common but I like shooting pool and I like being out on the water.
The worst of all failures, is the FAILURE TO TRY.