A miniature pool table would be considered a toy, not a pool table. Depending upon the size, it could be made of plastic or wood. To choose a size, determine what size you can purchase the balls needed for the table. A lathe will be needed to make the pool cues. The rest of the table can easily be constructed of wood or plastic, and covered in cheap fabric store felt. There are plans available online for pool table construction. These can be used and scaled down to match the size of the pool balls that have been selected. The scale will be determined by using the same ratio for ball size to rail height and pocket openings as is used on the full size table.
You cannot make the slate for the pool table. It is cut and milled for the table, and then the table manufacturer fixes a wooden frame to the slate and fits it to the table frame. Then the holes are drilled to anchor it to the table.
No, if a pool table is not configured as a 6 pocket pool table it is not a pool table today.
You don't. There are no markings that should be on the rails or cushions of a pool table. If you make a mark during a game, it can be a foul.
I do not own a pool table.
a pool table has balls but billard table has balls to play i would reccommed the pool table
You really can't make money with a pool table, but by having your own pool table you can practice often enough to make money playing pool elsewhere. You can host a small pool tournament if you have your own table, and if you are good enough to be the winner, you will win money. However, hosting a small one table tournament is nearly always a loss to the host. If there are not many other good locations nearby, it is possible to have a "house fee" which can turn it from a loss to a profit for hte host.
It is a pocket billiards table, but during the 1920's men would "pool" their money for betting, hence the name pool table came to use. The common term used today is "pool table".
Pool table in french is billard
A pool table has 6 pockets
there are 6 pockets on a pool table
A hockey table is my opinion.I'd have to say a pool table. Unlike hockey or football, you don't need 2 people to play pool.
There is no regulation bumper pool table size.