Okay, I admit it, I am almost 30 years old and I still play Magic with friends and family. Sometimes, it is hard to find a table that is clean enough to play a game on without getting my cards covered in sticky stuff. In an attempt to keep my cards clean, I designed a board that I can use to play magic on. I did use some pretty sweet equipment for this project that most people do not have in their garage. All of the equipment I used was at TechShop in Menlo Park. TechShop also taught me how to use the equipment. For this project, you will need:
-a piece of wood that is big enough to play magic on. Mine was approximately 29"x24" (which I cut in half to give me two 14.5"x24" sheets.
-access to a table saw: http://www.techshop.ws/take_classes.html?storeId=1&categoryId=25
-access to corel draw and a laser cutter: http://www.techshop.ws/take_classes.html?storeId=1&categoryId=10
-sharp pocket knife
-wood glue, clamps