Poker Chip Case

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Blog series by VTWoody updated 08-01-2007 01:24 AM 2 parts 6130 reads 5 comments total

Part 1: VT's Poker Case

07-30-2007 07:43 AM by VTWoody | 3 comments »

Here is my next project. I have been following Bob Babcock and company’s blog “Design. Click. Build.” on how to use Sketchup over at . I love working in Sketchup and this seemed like a good piece of software (since it was free and is relatively easy to learn) to design a case for my poker chips. My buds and wife and I have been playing poker on a semi-regular basis, and for whatever reason, it seems like we bought the chips. We got them on sale and they are in th...

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Part 2: Day 2

08-01-2007 01:24 AM by VTWoody | 2 comments »

I had seen the Wood Whisperer’s poker chip trays, and I like them, but they weren’t exactly what I wanted, though he did give me a great idea on how to make the trays that were going to hold the chips in my case, but more on that later. Yesterday I spent the day making sawdust out of some nice looking Padauk and Maple. Here is the 8/4 board of Padauk as it sits on my jointer and some of the bright bright orange chips that came out of it. Here is the beautiful looking wo...

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