The Smart Table system incorporates a electronic mechanism that prevents the balls from dropping until coins are inserted into the coin bucket.
Cherry, distinguished by its deep red hue, is a richly colored wood option. With a fine and tight grain pattern, cherry possesses an inherent elegance. Over time, cherry tends to darken, adding to its allure. It is a popular choice for pool tables due to its moderate hardness and its ability to achieve excellent finishing results.
The Smart Table features a mechanical chute that accepts coins and, upon activation, initiates the ball drop mechanism.
All table models feature a distinctive leveling system that sets them apart. The cross member, made of plywood, serves as a slate bed and incorporates plastic wedges around its perimeter and center area. These wedges can be easily adjusted while the cloth is on the slate and the rail system is in place, allowing for on-the-fly adjustments without the need for table deconstruction.
Dymondwood is a vibrant layered hardwood that undergoes a process of combining engineering grade resins, applying heat, and applying pressure to create a product that exhibits the finest attributes of each component. DymondWood® stands out for its exceptional strength, durability, dimensional stability, as well as its resistance to weather and moisture, setting it apart from traditional wood options.
Honduras Rosewood is an exotic hardwood characterized by its pinkish brown or purplish hue, often displaying darker and lighter bands. This particular wood species is highly coveted for its remarkable density, hardness, and exceptional grain properties.
Metal bar that is moA metal bar is firmly attached to the rear of the teeter-totter mechanism. The ball drop process is precisely controlled by a latch mechanism that operates in synchronized coordination with the latch release and anti-cheat brackets. This ensures accurate and secure ball release within the Smart Table system.unted directly to the back side of the teeter totter. The ball drop is controlled by the latch working in timed coordination with the latch release and the anti-cheat brackets.
A metal bar is utilized to secure the latch in place. When the table is vended, the latch release is swung upward, releasing the latch and enabling the teeter-totter to drop the balls. Once the balls have been released and the teeter returns to its starting position, the latch release bar also returns and locks the teeter-totter back into place, ready for the next game.
Maple is a widely utilized hardwood renowned for its heavy weight, dense composition, and exceptional durability. Its pale hue showcases an appealing fine grain pattern, and when finished, maple readily accepts stain, allowing for a beautiful customized appearance.
A slender metal rod serving as a switch mechanism in the Diamond Smart pool table. As the balls roll through the table the switch is compressed which activates and transmits power to both the solenoid (kicker) and the optical density sensor.
Oak, a hardwood species native to the United States, is primarily found in regions east of the Great Plains. Known for its hardness, stiffness, and excellent shock resistance, oak is highly suitable for crafting billiard tables due to its durability and strength.
The Optical density sensor measures the extent of light absorption by an object, such as a cue ball, at a specific distance.
A Phenolic Resin is impregnated into the rail material utilizing extreme pressure and high temperatures. A Dye of (Black/Charcoal or Brown/Espresso) is injected into the resin during the process. This creates the most durable pool table rails in the industry. This is not a stain that will wear off. The color is saturated through the material. The luster of the material increases as the polishing increases. PRC is currently available in Black/Charcoal & Brown/Espresso.
Sapele Mahogany, an African hardwood, boasts a distinct grain pattern and coloration. It shares similarities with traditional mahogany but showcases a reddish-brown hue rather than an orange tone. The grain pattern of Sapele Mahogany is characterized by graceful ribbons and occasional waviness, adding to its unique visual appeal.
The cue ball separation mechanism of the Smart Table is facilitated by a mechanical component. The solenoid is responsible for physically separating the cue ball from the object balls. Also know as the "KICKER"
The Smart Table features a designated track where pocketed balls are guided and routed. This track ensures smooth movement and proper alignment of the balls within the table system.
Walnut, a dark brown wood with lighter streaks, exhibits a soft to medium hardness while being heavy in weight. The striking combination of its color and grain pattern gives Walnut a visually stunning appearance, further enhanced by a beautiful dark sheen finish.