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  1. Completely new to slot cars and table design and construction and materials recommended. This plastic track (Scalextric ARC ONE Pro Platinum C1374) will be setup and left setup as permanent, as for scenery well I thought so but for now I want to concentrate on the track and the table. Trying to work out what timber and materials I should use to construct the table. MDF or Ply? Thickness? I have uploaded some images of the Ply which I think would be better than MDF as it doesn't fall apart. Just unsure about the thickness of the base board, e.g. 9mm, 12mm, 19mm etc. Not all ply is the same, as you can see in the images provided there is one that has large knots which I don't think will be sufficient for use, I could be wrong on this though. I also am looking at the saw horse/s to mount the table on. Hopefully someone can provide me some direction with this. Thanks Johnno P.S. A quick check on Bunnings.com.au for these items locates the following (included are the url's for the items): Project Panel 900 x 600 x 9mm Premium Grade Radiata Plywood https://www.bunnings...lywood_p0390147 Project Panel 1200 x 600 x 9mm Premium Grade Radiata Plywood https://www.bunnings...lywood_p0390148 Project Panel 1200 x 900 x 7mm Premium Grade Radiata Plywood https://www.bunnings...lywood_p0390149 And the sawhorse to sit the table on: Craftright Folding Bench n' Vice https://www.bunnings...n-vice_p5860871 Craftright Folding Metal Leg Saw Horse https://www.bunnings...-horse_p5710162 Craftright Folding Saw Horse - 2 Pack https://www.bunnings...2-pack_p5828526
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