Table Specifications (inch)


Armwrestling Table Specifications–Right Arm Only (©IronArm)

♦ The drawing above is reviewed and approved by Fred Roy (Current WAF President). ♦

ITEM 6 ·EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATIONS

a) Table: Sit down: 28″ from floor to top of table.

Stand-up: 40″ from floor to top of table.

All other specifications are identical for both sit down and stand-up table tops.

b) Table top: 36″ across and 26″ deep.

c) Elbow Pads: 7″x 7″ square shape.  2″ thick, made of heavy high quality foam material, covered with a vinyl/rexin type cover.  The foam and covering can be attached to a 1/8″ metal sheet, 7″x 7″ with two threaded bolts 1/4″ diameter x 1 3/4″ long, welded to the bottom to be able and attach your elbow pads to the table top.

A line, either painted, upholstered or taped from hand grip to hand grip to establish center of the table will always be used at WAF tournaments.

d) Touch Pads: 10″ long x 4″ high.  Made of good quality Touch Pad

e) Placement: Elbow pads should be set 2″ from their respective edge.  They should overlap each other by 1/2 to the right of center for a right arm table and overlap each other by 1/2 to the left of center for a left arm table.

f) Touch Pads: Should be on an angle, 5″ out from the inside corner of the elbow pad to the inside corner of the pad and 1/2″ from its respective edge measured to the outside corner of the pad.  Running at an angle towards the hand peg it should measure 2 3/4″ from the hand peg to the outside corner of the touch pad.

If it’s for a right arm table, these measurements should be made on the left side of the elbow pad and reversed if it’s a left arm table.

g) Hand Pegs: Should be placed midway at 13″ on each edge of the table, 1″ in from the edge.  The peg itself should be 1″ in diameter and 6″ high form the table top.

Comments
  1. Adam S says:

    Hi, is the placement of the handle 1″ from the edge of the table to the edge of the handle (center of handle being 1.5″ from edge)
    Or 1″ to the center of the handle from the edge.

    Thanks for clarifying.

    Adam

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