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All-Tech Industires Historical Information

All-Tech Industires Historical Information

I just purchased a used All-Tech Industries Inc. pool table. The price was good, but there is little, to no information that I have been able to find.

The only identifying information on the table is the following.

All-tech Industries Inc. Hialea, Florida
Model Number 718
Serial Number 137

If anyone has any information as to original price, were to get parts, slate thickness, etc. please let me know.

ATI pool table

All-Tech Industires Historical Information

Replies & Comments

  1. corban107radar on 9/28/2012 2:21:32 AM

    I have an all-tech pool table EXACTLY like yours. I bought it in 1984 for $400 and i think it is probably worth every bit of that or more. It has 7/8'' one piece slate and is in excellent condition.

    As far as finding parts for it, what kind of parts do you need? Felt, cushions, and pockets can be bought at any pool supply store. The feet/legs I just saw for sale on eBay just today. The cloth is glued on the under side of the slate so have it recovered by a professional pool table mechanic. That will probably cost between $250 - $300 but it is well worth it.

    If you have any questions about rail bumpers or any thing else, feel free to shoot me an email.

    These All-Tech pool tables are well built and solid and will last another 100 years so don't git rid of it for too cheap a price. They don't build pool tables this solid and sturdy ANY MORE!

    As for when it was built, your guess is as good as mine. I'm guessing they were made sometime between the late 1960s or and early 1970s. If you find out let me know.

  2. corban107guest on 11/25/2012 4:58:05 AM

    I too have an all tech model 718 serial 895x pool table we are trying to have moved. My father in law thinks it is a single slate. We can't tell by looking underneath. Anyone know for sureif it is a single slate or 3 piece? I don't know much about pool tables, but we are having trouble finding someone to move a single slate.

  3. corban107guest on 3/17/2013 7:17:15 PM

    The model 718 all-tech was made in Hialeah Fla. They have a 3 piece 3/4 inch slate with a built in wooden ball return. The top rails come apart in two pieces after removing two dozen screws and the 3/4 rubber trim.The slates are held down via 10 to 12 screws to the one piece bed. They are 4 screws that attach the leg support to the bed.

  4. corban107radar on 3/18/2013 12:35:28 AM

    I am almost positive it is 7/8'' one piece slate.

  5. corban107wrenegade on 4/2/2014 4:38:31 PM

    I also have an All-Tech Industries 8' table that looks exactly like yours. I inherieted it last month; my father was the original owner. I had a professional mover there but my brother was so anxious to help he cracked the 1-piece slate. I've been searching to find a replacement slate. If anyone has a like table that is beyound restoring I would be interested in purchasing the slate. Slate OD = 91-1/2" X 47-1/2" Playing area (rail nose to rail nose) = 88" X 44". Carrie from California (707) 224-8533

  6. corban107user1523061185 on 4/6/2018 8:33:06 PM

    I have had an all/tech pool table model #717, serial #487 for over 25 years at this residence. It was purchased used and in very good condition and delivered to the residence professionally.

    We are moving to a new residence 10 miles away and I cannot answer several moving company questions:

    1. Is the table single slate or triple slate?
    2. Can the table be safely broken down to be moved?
    3. What is the total weight of the pool table?
    4. If I choose to sell the table to the new homeowner in lieu of moving it, what would be a reasonable purchase price?
    5. Is there a catalog available for the table?

    I really do not want to part with it.

    Many thanks in advance if someone out can help.

  7. corban107billiardsforum on 4/6/2018 9:30:31 PM

    I can't picture your exact model based on the number, so it would help if you uploaded a photo or two. I can't find anything using that model number alone.

    Many of the ATI models had a one-piece slate (which means they are harder to move). I believe that on the 717 model, the slate is 1 piece, at 3/4" (or possible 7/8").

    Weight of ATI pool tables ranged and mostly depends on the size. Some of the 7-foot All/Tech pool tables were around 800 lbs, while some of the larger 9-foot models e.g. the ATI Gold Crest 9 models, were in excess of 1400 lbs (but did have a 3-piece slate). If you are looking for an approximate weight to provide the moving companies - somewhere around 900 lbs would probably be appropriate.

  8. corban107Desperate on 9/18/2018 2:54:37 PM

    I have inherited an ATI table, model 718, serial 3898X.

    I need to move it and can’t find anyone locally who knows how to break it down.

    Can someone provide me with any information. It is exactly like the photo in this main post.

  9. corban107billiardsforum on 9/19/2018 11:46:49 AM

    As recently explained in another All-Tech Pool Table post, you just take the rails off (from underneath, I believe), and once they are off, the slate should come right off (e.g. it's not attached any further besides just being held in place by the rails).

  10. corban107user1544099398 on 12/6/2018 4:29:58 AM

    Trying to get rid of our ATI pool table Model 668 with serial #2239.

    It comes apart to move. We replaced the felt and bumpers already. Not sure what to ask but would be happy with $300. Includes balls and sticks.

    Pool table is in the 23455 zip code.

  11. corban107user1566048457 on 8/17/2019 6:27:38 AM

    Can someone tell me what these are used for


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All-Tech Industires Historical Information

  • Title: All-Tech Industires Historical Information
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  • Published: 3/8/2011 10:55:40 AM
  • Last Updated: 4/11/2018 4:43:03 AM
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