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ATI Diplomat Pool Table One Piece Slate or Three?


ATI Diplomat Pool Table One Piece Slate or Three?

We have inherited my aunts pool table. It’s an ATI Diplomat "S" model coin operated pool table.

I have read that these have a one piece slate, but when I look at the bottom of the pool table I can see what looks like a vertical seam.

So do you have any suggestions on moving this pool table?

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ATI Diplomat Pool Table One Piece Slate or Three?

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  1. user1542411283billiardsforum on 11/17/2018 11:59:56 AM

    Whether it has a one or three piece slate makes little difference in the moving of the pool table, other than the sheer weight.

    Either way, they should be properly disassembled and packed, which includes "crating" the slate. Then the pool table can be safely shipped. For a three-piece slate, the pool table tech would build 3 separate crates. For a one-piece, a single large crate would be built. Examples below:

    crating-pool-table-slate.jpg

    moving-one-piece-slate.jpg

    Also, in case you didn't see it, the ATI Diplomat pool table brochure says it is a one-piece slate pool table.

    ATI Diplomat Pool Table

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ATI Diplomat Pool Table One Piece Slate or Three?

  • Title: ATI Diplomat Pool Table One Piece Slate or Three?
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  • Published: 11/16/2018 3:34:44 PM
  • Last Updated: 11/17/2018 11:43:35 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)