I was building a round table with a single pole in the middle.
I have the round table top, a base, a pole and a mount to go under the table. The mount has a hole in the middle for the pole and then goes wider to spread out the load (it is around 25cm in diameter and has 8 screw holes to go into the wooden table top).
There are a number of suggestions online on how to find the centre of a circle. However most of these are for smaller circle and suggest using rulers and squares which is not as practical for a larger table (~1.5m diameter).
Is there a best practice for finding the centre of a larger table? How important is it that I am centre of the table?
Because it is a single pole table I am a bit nervous it may come out wobbly if off centre.