Shuffleboard Table

Shuffleboard Rogue Engineer 10

This project has been on my to-do list since we built our house. It’s something I have played in bars and always wanted in my home. Shuffleboard is a great game because the skill level of most players is not that far a part. Meaning, at a gathering, a newcomer and someone that has played for a while can still compete against one another.

When it came to building a shuffleboard table I knew the hardest task would be building the top. I looked at just purchasing a top that was already made but those get really expensive. After coming across the butcher block countertops sold at Home Depot, I realized this was going to be my nicest and most affordable option. If you want an even more affordable option consider a few layers of plywood with oaking flooring laid on the top and sides. Read on to see all the details on how this came together.

Time to Complete

1 Week

Estimated Cost


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DIY Shuffleboard Table Plans Dimensions

Time needed: 5 days.

These plans will walk you through the process of building a 14 foot shuffleboard table for under $1k and using materials found at your local Home Depot.

  1. Cut List

    DIY Shuffleboard Table Plans Cut List

  2. Leg Assembly

    DIY Shuffleboard Table Plans Step 1

  3. Frame Assembly

    DIY Shuffleboard Table Plans Step 2

  4. Frame Assembly (Cont.)

    DIY Shuffleboard Table Plans Step 3

  5. Frame Assembly (Cont.)

    DIY Shuffleboard Table Plans Step 4

  6. The Gutter

    DIY Shuffleboard Table Plans Step 5

  7. Assembling the Top

    DIY Shuffleboard Table Plans Step 6

  8. Installing the Top and Climate Adjusters

    DIY Shuffleboard Table Plans Step 7

  9. Finishing the Top

    DIY Shuffleboard Table Plans Step 8 1

    Note: We poured our epoxy top from the center and let it flow out. This resulted in a slightly convex surface (opposite of what we want). While we corrected most of it with the adjusters, the sides of the board still fall off a little bit. If you choose epoxy, I would highly recommend only using 2 gallons and start by pouring or moving the epoxy to the sides and allowing to settle in the middle to help create that concave surface.

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