Actually, I still have so many pending designs such as spiral, rectangular and the parabolic that are on halt.
However, when I experimented on this rhumboid …. that from a square rod, I can convert it to a 60×120 degrees rhomboid. Simply saying, I can create two equilateral triangles out of a square cut 45 degrees from end to end. Meaning 45 on x axis and 45 degrees on y axis of a miter.
Here is the design:
And here is the latest photo of the project after several extraneous cutting. I welcome all the critics and questions that I can answer I know how difficult it would be but it is a reality. The size of the board is about 16×22 inches (just edited it from 16×42 which is wrong) [Thanks for Steve]. I never had counted how many pieces..
A soon as I have the latest photo I will post an update.
Please note that I am dedicating these to all my mentors here in LJ. Most special are Martyn, Spalm, Larry and even who is not so active these days GaryK. I like to try what my hands can do with respect to what this experts have made.