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If you want to produce a fabric of the same weight, you'd space the pins on the diagonals at 0.2 inches, and across the top at 0.2 / 1.14 = 0.14 inches. However, I wouldn't calculate and measure. One simple way would be to make 70.7% scale photocopy of the plastic canvas and then use that spacing across the top.
1/8 in (3 mm or so) craft plywood could work, I think. You could use the same trick of making a 70.7% scale copy of the plastic canvas to get the spacing.
Yes, indeed, they are about 0.14 inch spacing in that orientation. I'm glad the Instructable exceeded expectations! Thank you.
Great! Please post any problems you run into so I can update the tut.
Thank you -- do it!
Thank you! It's easy, really.
That's intriguing -- I hope you publish some of the things you create. Now you have me thinking about other materials, too!
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It seems like small parts would fall into the holes, unless you keep flush-fit dummy pegs in there. Then it seems like you would have find a way to get the flush pegs out.
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