Modular Necromunda Boardby Todd Peters Todd has created a very versatile modular Necromunda table, ingeniously incorporating a wide variety of found items.
On one of the boards I reinforced the top edges so as to have a recessed area in the center. Thought it would fit well with the jumbled Underhive architecture.
I used every bit of manufactured-looking bits that were not (hopefully) easily identifiable as what they were.
Great minds think alike, eh?
I used some sections of 2.5" (25mm) PVC pipe which are large enough for 1/36th scale models to fit through and I'm pretty happy with the results.
The largest tower on the board is a DVD tower (centre distance in the picture below).
I also used a number of old Matchbox and Hotwheels kits for some of the buildings and bits. Even new, those things are still usually under $15.
The ground on parts of most of the boards is made up of a patchwork of chopped up keyboards, stereo housings, CD burner cases, toolbox lids, and laptop pieces to fit with the feel of being inside a monstrous man-made structure.