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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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  • Looks great!!!

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

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  • 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: https://www.instructables.com/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 game…

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    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: https://www.instructables.com/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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