Monthly Archives: June 2011

Wheaty Decisions

I’ve been working on the design for the wheat tile. I’m not sure what to do with the outside strand. I could curl it into a spiral, make a more elaborate wave and spiral, or just transform it into a … Continue reading

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In a bid to learn

My 7-day eBay auction for the custom Catan frame did not receive a bid above the reserve price, so it did not sell. It received 5 bids, for $42, $43, $44, $45, and $46 (well I can’t be sure of … Continue reading

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Test Ports

I did a few more tests last week.  I had to revise the design of the ports because they were just a liiiiittle too big to fit in the spaces etched into the board.  These ones are 0.5mm smaller and … Continue reading

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A Classy Bottle of Port

Well the auction is over, and I am still trying to digest the results, but here's an update from last week at the laser.  I did some more cuts and tried etching the trading ports, seen above.  I really like … Continue reading

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