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I love playing the bubble dome hockey games at bowling alleys and arcades. So I figured I'd look to see how much they cost and I'd buy one. To my surprise, they easily cost $600+!! So if anyone knew how to build one or had instructions to build one, I would love to give it a try and maybe it wouldn't cost so much.
I can put out a theory, so to speak.
Get a piece of hard pvc sheet, roughly the size of a standard table (40x17 inches is scaled to a hockey rink in real life, and Id say give yourself an extra 3 inches on each side for wiggle room). Mark this sheet in a hexcomb pattern (only the corners) with a sharpie or other similar writing utensil at 1/2 in intervals, ignoring the 3 in border youve allowed. To easily get the hexcomb pattern you can print out a pattern off the web and tape it to the pvc sheet. Using a 1/16 in drill bit, drill out every hole. Mark the corners of the playing field with a 1/8 in hole instead of a 1/16. That will be useful later. This is your playing field.
At regular intervals apply spacers (flat washers will do), to the marked side of the pvc with adhesive. At the corners of the field, make certain that the washers are centered on the holes and can take 1/8 in bolts.
Use finger joinery to make a rectangle the size of the playing field out of 2*1/2 inch board. Use 1/8 in bolts and washers to affix this to the pvc. Use 1/8 in wood panel strips to make an interior buffer similar to a hockey rink, with roundoffs at a radius of 2 1/4 in. Affix this to the inside of the finger joined box, wood glue would be best.
Take and affix this side to a piece of 1/8-1/4 inch thick ply wood. Seal the perimeter of the pairing with caulk, this will provide the pressure chamber that creates lift on an air hockey puck.
Using the extra three inches, affix table legs of your liking (or design) to the outside corners. The legs should be at least 3 feet long and have the capability of supporting a small shop vac. Use 1x1 wood strips to build a support frame about 12 in from the ground onto the legs. Apply a ply wood sheet to the top of this frame using a nail gun.
Use a 1 3/4 bore to bore a hole on the center of the bottom of the ply wood. Affix an elephant hose connection the bore hole as well as a standard shop vac. If the caulk was applied wholey, when placed to the blow setting a standard shop vac should be capable of supporting a air hockey puck over the construction.
Note this was written up with brutalistic intent placed upon effectiveness. Please disregard the appearance of for 1 last update 2020/08/06 the construct this write up will cause anyone to build and feel free to make cosmetic changes.Note this was written up with brutalistic intent placed upon effectiveness. Please disregard the appearance of the construct this write up will cause anyone to build and feel free to make cosmetic changes.
Edit: Ive just relooked at the title and noted that you are looking for a domed airhockey table. I cant give advice on how to make the dome.
I'm not looking for an airhockey table, but a bubble dome table. Here is a link to what I'm talking about.http://www.abbeyroadentertainment.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/Bubble-dome-hockey.gif
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