Well this will sort of be a Saturday(s) project so it might take a few weeks to finish. The board will be made to the standards set for the World Crokinole Championships (held in Ontario each year) so the deck (playing surface) will be 26" in diameter with a 1 3/8" center hole that is 1/4" deep. The lines on the board will be 4,8, and 12" from dead center. The ditch will be 2" wide and the board will be circular (vs octagonal) so I will get to experiment with bending plywood.
So far I have the deck cut out of 1/2 Baltic Birch Plywood and sanded it down. I am waiting for a suitable day to spray lacquer which might be a wait as the forecast looks bleak
In these pics the board is half sanded. Isn't the factory finish horrible?
Well what you see is pretty much my shop. The table saw works pretty good (it is currently acting as a sanding station)
although one day I hope to restore this