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When you think about it, each Tetris block can be broken down into four equal squares. I decided each square would be 160mm2, and be 150mm deep (good ...
I gathered up all the bits of 12mm MDF I had left over from other projects and cut it into 150mm strips with a table saw. I reckon ...
I then labeled up which pieces were next to each other...it can get pretty confusing so it's good idea to mark, cut, and glue one block at a ...
I used "Resintite" wood glue. Just use plenty of clamps and keep checking everything's square. For the more complicated shapes you'll want to do the gluing in a ...
Simply cut the back panels to fit each piece. I measured the channels on each block and copied it onto some 3mm MDF using squares and suchlike. Get ...
Before painting I gave each surface a wipe with damp cloth to get the dust off. Then I gave each block a couple of coats of primer, sanding ...
And there we go! The long piece came out more green than cyan, but other than that I'm really pleased with them, and added to my old set ...
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