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Settlers of Catan and other board games based on tiles often fly apart. I made an acrylic cover to settle the tiles and keep the other pieces in place.

Step 1: Mapping out the Space

Assemble the game the way it would be when you use it to figure out the way it best fits on the acrylic sheet. For the same reason that motivated me to build this, I found it helpful to tape the outside edge down: otherwise the pieces move around.

The piece of acrylic I bought was just smaller than what I really wanted, but it does the trick.

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<p>Excellent solution to a problem that's plagued us all.</p>
<p>Did you consider just using a twist drill bit? A standard double helix bit works just fine on acrylic.</p>
why would you do this?
&quot;Settlers of Catan and other board games based on tiles often fly apart. I made an acrylic cover to settle the tiles and keep the other pieces in place.&quot;<br><br>Also, he and/or she wanted to. What more of a reason do you need?
Interesting idea...
Nice. I've often considered doing something like this, but it seemed like too big of a project.

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