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I'm a graduate student at Georgia Tech in Electrical Engineering. While at The Citadel for my undergrad degree, I ran a business making cornhole boards, offering nesting and rolling boards that I didn't see any other builders making. Now that I'm not in business anymore, I'm passing my "trade secrets" on!

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  • psingle1 commented on psingle1's instructable How to make Cornhole Boards1 month ago
    How to make Cornhole Boards

    I can't give you an exact length; there is a section in the instructable describing how to measure the legs.

    Looks great!!!

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  • psingle1 commented on psingle1's instructable How to make Nesting Cornhole Boards5 months ago
    How to make Nesting Cornhole Boards

    First of all, Roll Tide!1. The outer legs are removable as they should be installed with wingnuts.2. It's plenty stable, I've never had an issue with it.3. A strap with velcro works very well, I had thick webbing and sewed velcro onto the sets I sold. My personal set is a rolling set, so the axle holds them together with no need for a strap. That design is here: http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Make-Rolling-Cornhole-Boards/A permanent connection method is somewhat difficult to achieve. I did not want to screw anything into the sides of the 1/2" plywood (it's sort of thin, didn't want to mess with the structural integrity, etc), but you could try some sort of cabinet latch. The only issue with latches is that a bag could snag part of the clip and damage the bag or mess up ...see more »First of all, Roll Tide!1. The outer legs are removable as they should be installed with wingnuts.2. It's plenty stable, I've never had an issue with it.3. A strap with velcro works very well, I had thick webbing and sewed velcro onto the sets I sold. My personal set is a rolling set, so the axle holds them together with no need for a strap. That design is here: http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Make-Rolling-Cornhole-Boards/A permanent connection method is somewhat difficult to achieve. I did not want to screw anything into the sides of the 1/2" plywood (it's sort of thin, didn't want to mess with the structural integrity, etc), but you could try some sort of cabinet latch. The only issue with latches is that a bag could snag part of the clip and damage the bag or mess up gameplay somehow (the bag may stay on due to the clip's presence or something) which isn't a huge deal, but some people get really particular about cornhole and you want to avoid silly arguments about a fun backyard game...best luck in your build, I'd love to see your boards if you'd like to post them!

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