Saturday, February 9, 2013

Polling for Possibilities

It's been two months since my last post and to be honest I haven't got anything to show. Well at least not on this blog. Gaj down over at "Warhammer for Adults" is working his socks off to deliver us with reports from the remote game "The Bridge over the River Chai", which we've been playing these last three months.

Running the game took all my hobby time and even if there was time I couldn't spend it on painting, because the gaming table was standing in front of my painting table. Now that the game is finished, I'm back working on a project I started before this whole modular gaming table thing happened. I'll go into more detail on this in another post.

The reason for this post is of a different nature. Ever since I've finished the Modular Gaming Table I've been entertaining myself with the thought of making it comercially available. To be clear, I'm talking about the table, not the panels. There're a lot of things to consider before starting such a thing. One of such things is to find out whether there's a demand for it.

To find out I've setup a poll asking some basic questions. I'll let it run for 80 days and find out whether it's worth persuing or not. Thank you for your time.

A Modular Gaming Table
Storage option
With panels
Storage with panels


  1. I'd definitely be interested - would it be strong enough to hold my shrine of Rigg? ;)

  2. I'm pretty confident it will hold. I know I'll have to come up with exact numbers. It's one of those things I'll have to look into when going through with this.

  3. I like the idea. Could you tell me what is the weight of the table without the modules, please?
    All the best,

  4. @Bartek a 6 frame table with 4 legs incl. connection bars weights about 9 kg in total. An individual frame weights about 950 grams.

  5. Voted "No, just no" but just want to underline it was not in the snarky spirit it might be read. I'm simply not interested in buying a modular table. =) I'd love to OWN your solution, but spending money on a frame and then having to fill it with panels less awesome than yours won't happen. =)

  6. Depending on costs I would be interested in the frame.

  7. Simple and stunning, great idea!


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