Remove all the parts of the billiard board packaging. The hardware will vary, based on your billiard model. Be sure to work on the assembly on a soft non-marring surface such as carpet or the inside of the corrugate box top to prevent causing damage to the surface during assembly. If using the box top, remove all staples from the box.
If the board is not pr-assembled, attach panels to its side or other frameworks with security devices such as brackets, nuts and bolts. Once everything is assembled and looks right, you can go underneath the rails and put the rail bolts and washers in by hand around the board. You can tighten the two bolts that are closest to the side pockets and check again to make sure the two rails line up with each other.
Remove all parts of the packaging material this includes the larger hardware, making up the board and supports as well as smaller pieces, such as bolts, nuts and washers. You will also place the level in the middle of that same piece of slate, perpendicular from the other direction. The best way to do it is screw them all the way tight and then back them out about a 1/4 turn.
Using the blow torch to soften the wax, screw holes, dings and fill all seams, in the slate with polish. After the legs are securely attached to the cabinet, place slate on top of the billiard board, cabinet making sure to align the marking on each piece of slate.If spill or stains are a worry, then one of the Teflon material is a good selection.
Once your table has been felted, you can attach the rails and your board is. There is no way to predict how long any style of fabric will hold up because of the differences in the quality of the installation and amount of play on the table. A less expensive surface is easier to carry than a piece slate completed as three-piece make. The tightness of the fabric weave is also a factor.
A looser plait will get wasted faster because there is a lesser amount of material used in the intertwine. One pointer of durability is the degree of weight per yard of textile such as 19oz and 21oz. Better quality fabric will be a minimum of 19oz. Ensure that the board has slate at least 7/8 of an inch thick, under girded by slate liners.
Moving a billiard board can be a dangerous task, not only because of the fragile nature of the table, but the risk of injury to oneself. The agents will ensure that your board is dis-assembled, carried and put up for you, but you can provide adequate materials that you assist to have the process move on smoothly.
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