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I'm sharing a technique I used to hang a plaque I made for some coaches. I did not want to use 3/4" Cherry and buy a Keyhole Router ...
Let's build a Keyhole in CorelDraw. 1. Build a .25" circle 2. Build a .5" circle 3. Connect the circles by dragging the center X of the small ...
I made a .75" circle to go with my keyhole. This size can vary - a larger circle would allow for a larger head on the screw that ...
I am not describing here how to design the large circle (this is used as the plaque front, the middle sheet, and the backplate) or the alignment diamonds ...
Here's where alignment will happen... I dragged the bottom node of the keyhole to the .75" circle's bottom node, and placed these on the centerline of the plaque's ...
For the plaque - the front - remove the keyhole and .75" circle. In addition to whatever rastering, the vector drawing sent to the laser will look ...
The middle plate will look like this...
And the Backplate will look like this... I used 2 alignment pins made of MDF, sized for the material I was using... Since the pins were cut on ...
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