Love tiered runs Bob!
Just finished up this one for my sis.
Thanks… will definitely try this…
Awesome work! just curious what size are the holes and what bit was used? thanks
I got the holes down to 12 minutes for my typical style.
With an actual 1/8" drill bit.
1/8" per peck
.03" raise above surface (allows bit to cool too)
.375" total depth.
That is very cool Robert.
Are you using a 3/4" to clear?
I bought one of these:
I did my holes at 60 ipm plunge with no pecking at all. It did them like a champ. Was throwing chips all over my machine (I had to remove the dust boot). Nice clean holes. And that was into walnut.
I think my 4 track board took about 8 minutes to do. It’d be even less with my accel changes.
That looks great!! Why doesn’t anybody like pine? I think it has a lot of character and carves pretty well. Guess maybe I’m just cheap.
I rather like the look of your pine.
That looks awesome
Wow, a true work of art. You are very talented
I likey I likey!!!
totally stealing your idea… send your lawyers if needed. #notacareintheworld
Love how this turned out. (and I will forgive your FIL for his choice of team… lol)
turned out great.
How do you choose whether to use 2, 3 or 4 sets of 123 holes? Is it just personal preference or how many players that usually play? I am about to start designing my first board after learning to play over the Christmas break.
Thanks for the clarification, now googling team play cribbage!
Here’s one I made for a Christmas gift. Lots of learning with it, include design modifications when things didn’t go exactly as planned.
I like having space when only playing with 2 people because I have large fingers and the board I started playing with had 4. I may condense to three given Roberts rationale.
Yeah, it may have been one of those design modifications. I had the model originally designed for a different thickness of material (thinner) and thought when I changed thickness and increased the model depth for more detail that I didn’t sink it so deep. Right now it’s 1/4" deeper then it should have been as the open area should have been 1/4 thick. So design modification, time for a cherry base to hold it and the cards.
Yes, using a JTech 3.8W.