Thank you. Well, your version are very elegant and simple. Yea, the 3D printer made the process of making the dice very simpel and equal for all the dice (but maybe not so time accurate :) )Sure, go ahead and link it.
Thank you. Great link!
Wow, great. Thank you for sharing that site.
How to Build a Precise Mechanical Planetarium
Yea, the dice might be the hardest part. Especially if you want them fair.I used the rules described by Prof. Irvin Finkel as he tells and plays them in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WZskjLq040I
Nicely done! I like the portability of it. Great! Isn't it a simple yet entertaining game?
Sorry, but I don't. I used the rules described by Prof. Irvin Finkel as he tells and plays them in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WZskjLq040IThey are pretty easy to remember.
Thank you very much WVSundown! Yea, that video really made me want to make this.
That was interesting to hear. Thank you! Must have been to make the production easier and cheaper to skip the side cut-outs. And well, the odds of geting one of three dots on a D6 is the same as geting on of two on a D4. Thanks, it was really interesting to find out how they made theirs.
Thank you Alex!! Yea, I heard they had a replica before. How was it, what material was it made of?Again, thanks!!!
The Royal Game of Ur (Game of Twenty Squares)
Thank you very much!
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Interesting and nice physical control panel! I might do one myself. But does the launch software be "active"/upfront for the buttons to work? Because in the video you close or minimize all the programs before you push the next button.
I would like to help judging. Would I think do best in the Workshop, Outdoor and Tech categories.
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Thank you! Cool. That's a skill I also would like to learn. I thought about some pull out thing for the keyboard to, but the ones I've used so far are som flimsy and this being the first furniture I've ever made I decided against it. So if you have a good solution, I would love to see it!
Yes, that's true. But I like the look of the layers you get when stacking plywood this way. And for sure, it is heavy and sturdy. To sturdy than whats needed. But as said I went for the look and it also was the first furniture I've ever built.I like the flip up portion. It works for what I need it to be. A place to use and store projects I'm currently working on without having to clean up and move the materials when I'm doing other things.Interesting. Do you mean covering the lid or the box? Although with lacquer on it it's not that hard to clean up.Thank you for your thoughts.
Also, it's a wireless keyboard so I just move it up and around when I need it. The place it's in in the pictures is more for storage of it while not in use.
Cool, I would LOVE to get to see it when it's finished and how you designed your's. Thank you!
It makes me happy to hear that others like it to. Thank you for the vote!
Thank you! Yea, I was aiming for simplicity. I would LOVE to see it when you are done. Always interesting to see others work and choices.
Yea that's could become a problem. I try to think of it like that's the thought (to cover up the flip up portion) to be a clutter deterrent so I hopefully won't put stuff there. But we'll se how long that last.Thanks for your vote and comment!
Thank you!Yes it is! I was wondering if someone would notice that.
Plywood Desk with several storage compartments
Thank you Swansong!
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