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    Shuffleboard Game

    A fun little project. Plywood, walnut frame, oak dowels, green felt, gloss poly, wax. These will go to the winners of our corn hole game at this years reunion in July. Thanks for looking.

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    Very nice and looks like fun. What size are they? Did you design them or are there plans available?
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    Paul, they are 48" x 18". Pucks purchased online, do a search for tabletop shuffleboard pucks and you will find them. I have a sketchup file as well.

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    Hey Robert would you be willing to share the file
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    super cool, great prize for a family reunion.
    how did you print the words on there, they look like they were routed in?
    I ask because I want to put words on the back of a chair and my router word kit is too large, I want a smaller set of print.
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    Allen, here is how I did it.
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    used MS Word to great the graphic, traced on using carbon paper, then colored in with paint markers. More questions, just let me know.

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    thankyou
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    I'm going to post this and if it is improper and not allowed, monitors please remove it.

    I did some searching on this today and came up with this thread on Sawmill Creek. It goes through a complete build and has drawings with dimensions. I think a person could build one just from the picture and the info that has been given, but this would save some time.

    http://www.sawmillcreek.org/showthre...ffleboard-Game

    Again, feel free to remove this if I am stepping on toes or not within the limits of this forum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Douglass View Post
    ...I did some searching on this today and came up with this thread on Sawmill Creek. It goes through a complete build and has drawings with dimensions...

    http://www.sawmillcreek.org/showthre...ffleboard-Game...
    Some of us here have been "Banned for Life" from Sawmill Creek (it's a long story) and can't access the Sketchup files or attachments there. I could see the pictures, though.

    Robert, if you have a Sketchup file for this (that's not taken from SMC), I'd really like to get it. Could you post it here?
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    Jim, I tried to attach but even zipped the file is just over 1mb and not allowed. Is there a better way?

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