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Project by Rcdog posted 04-29-2018 09:16 PM 703 views 2 times favorited 5 comments Add to Favorites Watch

This was a prototype to see if the size was right and if I liked the resin inlay. The game is like checkers and connect 5. I think I’ll remake it with triangles a little larger.





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therealSteveN

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#1 posted 04-30-2018 06:58 AM

What is that, something like 4’ x 4’? And how did you cut the grooves?

It could be artwork, as well as a game, nice job.

Thanks for sharing.

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Rcdog

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#2 posted 05-01-2018 12:17 AM

It was a cnc router, but I don’t like the size and will have to band saw the 138 triangles out to get the size I want.


What is that, something like 4 x 4 ? And how did you cut the grooves?

It could be artwork, as well as a game, nice job.

Thanks for sharing.

- therealSteveN


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SawTooth1953

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#3 posted 05-08-2018 02:12 PM



It was a cnc router, but I don t like the size and will have to band saw the 138 triangles out to get the size I want.

What is that, something like 4 x 4 ? And how did you cut the grooves?

It could be artwork, as well as a game, nice job.

Thanks for sharing.
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I don’t understand when you said you will have to band saw the 138 triangles out to get the size you want. I picture needing to start over, telling the CNC program to make larger triangles when routing, no? I cannot imagine why you would use the band saw for anything on this project.

- Rcdog


-- Spence in Skokie, IL

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SawTooth1953

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#4 posted 05-08-2018 02:15 PM



It was a cnc router, but I don t like the size and will have to band saw the 138 triangles out to get the size I want.

What is that, something like 4 x 4 ? And how did you cut the grooves?

It could be artwork, as well as a game, nice job.

Thanks for sharing.

- Rcdog

I don’t understand when you said you will have to band saw the 138 triangles out to get the size you want. I picture needing to start over, telling the CNC program to make larger triangles when routing, no? I cannot imagine why you would use the band saw for anything on this project.

-- Spence in Skokie, IL

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Rcdog

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#5 posted 05-09-2018 12:29 AM

It was a cnc router, but I don t like the size and will have to band saw the 138 triangles out to get the size I want.

What is that, something like 4 x 4 ? And how did you cut the grooves?

It could be artwork, as well as a game, nice job.

Thanks for sharing.

- Rcdog

I don t understand when you said you will have to band saw the 138 triangles out to get the size you want. I picture needing to start over, telling the CNC program to make larger triangles when routing, no? I cannot imagine why you would use the band saw for anything on this project.

- SawTooth1953

My cnc is only 12×12 and I don’t want to tile it into 4 pieces to get the size I’m looking for. I could cnc just the triangles. I plan to inlay LED’s to the resin on the next one, but I’ll have to see how that looks. Plus the cnc I like to use for prototype jobs but still like to make things by hand. The small size of the cnc keeps me from relaying on it to much. I’ve never been lucky enough to sell much of my work except to some of the guys at work, so time doesn’t matter right now.

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