Pool Industry Inspiration, History and Ideas

As pool enthusiasts, we know that you do not just play, but you are also eager to learn more about the sport. There is always something exciting about pool, and we cover them in great detail in the Quedos blog. For instance, The History of the Pool Cue gives you a comprehensive overview of how pool cue sticks evolved from maces to what they look like today. We have also written about The History of Billiard and Pool Balls from pool being a favourite sport of noblemen to how the balls changed over time.

Perhaps you are looking to purchase not just any pool table, but THE best one out there. This guide is the only guide you will ever need. It tackles your options based on size, price, material, and other considerations. This post discusses the differences between American, British, and Australian pool tables. Knowing how they are dissimilar and what makes them unique is key to purchasing the right table for you.

Now that you have a pool table, the next step is to improve your skills. This whole page gives you the finest tips and strategies to work your way to the top.

After reading the title of this blog post, you’re probably thinking, “Is it even possible to improve pool skills without owning a pool table?” The short answer is yes. That may sound absurd, but it is true. Normally, you need to practice – just like with any other sports. You cannot get better without spending time learning more, especially with the rules, moves, and techniques. And that’s exactly what you need to do to get better at playing pool.

When looking for wood for furniture, there are a few considerations to make. Often, it is a matter of preference, although it makes sense to look into the timber’s grain structure, the type of wood (soft vs hard), and the tree itself from where the timber came from. If you have been contemplating on what wood is best for your furniture piece, you may have come across the Tasmanian Blackheart Sassafras as one of your top choices.

A pool table that works as a dining table with just a touch of a button is every entertainer’s dream. And that’s where the idea for the Entertainer came from. Not everyone has a spacious living area or a dedicated playroom. If you have limited space to work with, it does not mean you cannot own a pool table. Chances are, your dining table takes up so much room.

Why not ditch it and go for this brilliant Quedos pool table masterpiece that doubles as a dining table?

Finishing timber is the process of ensuring the wooden surface is more refined and protected. It marks the final stage of the manufacturing process. Through finishing timber, the surface of the wood gets desirable characteristics from its appearance to moisture resistance. When wood is finished, it is easier to clean. Sanitisation is straightforward because all pores are sealed, which keep bacteria away.

It is no wonder that The Precision is the most popular pool table manufactured by Quedos Billiard Tables.

The model is very modern and very minimalistic. A steel frame eliminates the “bulky” base of a traditional pool table with the 8ft. model requiring only 4 legs compared to 6 for a standard pool table. The concealed lycra pockets on The Precision replace the exposed nylon or cotton white nets on most pool tables.

We are in an era where innovation is key to achieving longevity and success in the world of business. There are plenty of competitors popping up almost every day, not to mention our ongoing battle with COVID-19.

With the existing safety protocols that everyone should abide by, running a pub may seem like a bad investment. But your customers are looking for ways to entertain them.

Staying in is the new going out!

Australians are redirecting travel budgets to home improvement and, more specifically, home entertainment as a consequence of restrictions on travel and social distancing requirements.

Home has become more of an escape from the outside world as a result of The Virus and people are relying more on home entertainment. One of the popular ways to enjoy time at home is by playing a wide variety of board and table games, including pool. Players of all skill levels try their luck as they take shots and strive to pocket the balls.

Pool and snooker tables require exacting standards to select the timber used in production. We want to ensure that every piece makes sense in the design and that the table outlasts generations. At Quedos, our craftsmen use many hardwoods in our tables, but we frequently come back to our favourite Australian native species.

There may be nothing more iconic than native hardwood species with their long, storied past in Australia.

Like fine furniture, grand pianos, and other heirloom-quality products worthy of being handed down from one generation to the next, pool and billiard tables can be major investments.

Most quality tables cost thousands of dollars and offer several variations of wood, slate, cloth, felt, and more.

To make sure your investment is a sound one and provide you with not just years but decades of enjoyment, you’ll need to learn a little about pool tables and how to spot a quality pool table in a sea of cheap knock-offs.

Wood is the fibrous substance of a tree. It’s the very thing that provides support for the tree so that it will stay stable and grow. While some people tend to use the term “wood” to mean timber, these two terms are not the same. In Australia, New Zealand, and the UK, timber is sawn wood and processed wood products. They are used for home construction, decking, cladding, and making furniture pieces, such as pool, billiard, and snooker tables.

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