desk. Thursday , June 21st , 2018 - 04:00:43 AM
The table top play field may take a bit more explaining. The base is 3/4" particle board with a paper playfield attached on top (either draw your own or you can find plans online). Then using the clear spray adhesive, secure the 1/8" plexiglas on top. Some people like a smooth surface, but many of the top tables have a textured surface which makes for better ball pinning. To texturize the surface, use 60 grit sandpaper to roughen up the plexiglas. This gives you a great play surface for around $30, but if money is not an issue, you can put out about $250 and purchase a play field.
The tabletop exhibit is the best solution as a substitute fro your full height display for the smaller shows, for the job fairs as well as training workshops, for permitting the representatives to attend concurrent events or also for a permanent lobby exhibit.
If you want to get people to talk to one another, a round table is your best bet. Everyone can see others faces.
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