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Here's a string of pictures to show how I built my own gaming table so that it's completely able to break down into its components and store away. I needed it that way because of space/storage issues at my place (I imagine I'm not the only one with those problems). The top itself sits on 2 foldable plastic tables, and all the equipment/materials can be bought at your local hardware store for less than $150 (I ended needing 1 more box of the little screws).
I won't explain step-by-step how I built it, but if you have a power-drill a screw-driver, and a modicum of attention to details you should be able to replicate what I did.
You can also PM me if you have some specific questions.
Automatically Appended Next Post: Of note:
I did 2'x6' panels (instead of 2'x2') for 2 reasons:
a) so that I did not require extra cross-braces beneath and
b) in the future I will build a 3rd panels and 2 more 6' sides to be able to build a 6'x6' apocalypse table.
Also, the bottom picture shows it on a single 3'x6' plastic table, but it's better to place it on 2 smaller plastic tables so that the weight of the table is on the frame instead of the smaller lip on the inside.