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    Who makes custom Cantina tables?

    Hi all, I know (at least I think) there are customizers who create those circular cantina tables (that also could be used in Jabba’s palace where the creatures sit in those alcoves).

    I need four of them and was hoping someone could point me in the right direction. Hope you don’t mind!

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    Grand Admiral Utinniii's Avatar
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    Holeintheground makes them and if you have access to a 3D printer, you can print them out yourself.

    If you want them for Jabba, they are completely different from the cantina tables. (But the cantina chairs were in Jabba's sail barge!)

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    Thanks Utinniii, I checked them out just now. I’m not picky. I might order a set as they’ll suffice. I don’t have access to a 3D printer, and even if I did, I wouldn’t know what to do. But if you know anyone who makes those Jabba tables ...

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    I made mine with a foami top and cardboard sides. I used plastic from a cardback for the top of the table with tracing paper on the inside (mine were lit from within).

    4 Pieces
    Foamie top (looks like a washer or doughnut)
    Cardboard side
    clear plastic top
    tracing paper under plastic top.
    You can just use cardboard instead of the plastic/tracing paper if you aren't lighting them up.

    The table in the barge is the same table so you can get a good idea of the top decoration of the table.

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    Can you please post a photo of what you did? I’d love to see it.

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    Here you go. The first pic has the small table near Hancicle. I didn't learn until later that that pattern was on the booth tables as well.








    Here is how I made the pattern for the booth walls. I made it out of Model Magic (MM)and put it on clear plastic. After a few hours I peeled it off (before it dried). I let it dry for several days because it shrinks and then cut the pieces to size. If you cut first, they will be too small.
    I used MM to make the honeycomb pattern in the holes in the walls as well.


    Last edited by Utinniii; 09-12-2018 at 08:58 PM.

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