Help support TMP


POLL: Ideal Length for Large Terrain Tables?


179 votes were cast.


Back to POLLS home page


Tsintsu Inactive Member writes:

We have four 4x6 foot tops that can be used individually. We made connecting strips for them so they can be used in combinations to make 6x8 (most often used), 6x12, or 6x16. With our system, we can accommodate any scale and most any size of game. The trick is having the right mix of tables to put them on and still be sturdy. We have a large, old dining table that has very long folding end wings. It also serves as a large craft table for group nights.

Tops and clamps store neatly in garage between games.


Back to the Homepage



1,315 hits since 24 Jun 2010
©1994-2017 Bill Armintrout
Comments or corrections?

If you were a member of this website, you could participate in website polls. Would you like a free membership?

VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
4.5 feet
11
6%
bar of chart
6 feet
50
28%
bar of chart
8 feet
30
17%
bar of chart
9 feet
5
3%
bar of chart
10 feet
10
6%
bar of chart
12 feet
27
15%
bar of chart
16 feet
4
2%
bar of chart
20 feet
16
9%
bar of chart
no opinion
26
15%
bar of chart
POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION

Twin Cities Gamer Inactive Member wonders...

I was curious: what does everyone think is the max size as far as width goes for a dedicated table? Or length, for that matter?

I've kept most of my tables at 5' wide, but I'm thinking of popping them out to 6' from now on. Most are 6-12' long, but I have an idea for a 16' table I want to do. I think it will look better at 6' wide, but I could theoretically do it as a 5'.

Ideas?

(Nominations taken from this pre-poll discussion. See also the previous poll, Ideal Width for Large Terrain Tables.)