A single piece of slate is used to construct a single piece of the slate platform, and the three slate platforms are divided into three parts. In reality, a single slate countertop does not have any joints, while three slate countertops have two joints. Accurately mill three pieces of slate as the beginning of a piece of slate, and then cut into three pieces. Essentially, you get a piece of slate that was just cut into pieces.
Almost all high-quality tables use three pieces of slate, and the most important thing is the ability to precisely adjust the three-piece flat table. Three slates are also easier to move, and they don’t look like one over time. The slate warps due to weight. Three pieces divide this weight into smaller parts. From the standpoint of trying to keep up, it is more suitable for a table.
Build with a single piece of slate
Extremely difficult to move
Important coin-operated tables used in bars or clubs
Overtime due to weight causing sagging or distortion
More precise leveling
Easier to move
Will not sag with the passage of time
Easier to see than single-piece watches
It is easier to see in larger tables
Slate thickness: 3/4 slate and 1" slate
The thickness of the slate stone far exceeds the number of pieces of workbench applications. 1" slate is the best. Sometimes you will invent low-quality tables that only use ½" slate. Thicker slate has fewer disadvantages, and wood frames are always used to provide extra support when installed on top of the billiard cabinet. The heavy slate will also prevent the table from moving in the fierce competition.