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Jason Kimbel

Member Since: 07/2012

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  1. Comment Reply: 8 months ago
    VGK Connect 4 : Jason Kimbel
    I used a larger hole-saw and 1/4" plywood to make the discs.  I used the knights stickers to cover up the hole from the drill bit guide of the hole saw. I sanded the edges of the discs after they were cut and painted them. They are light-weight and can handle the banging of game-play.
  2. Comment Reply: 8 months ago
    VGK Connect 4 : Jason Kimbel
    I look for challenges when I do a project. For this project it was definitely using the hole saw. The project was relatively simple, but the holes in the boards need to be cut the same so they line-up, so making sure the boards were together and needing to use a large hole saw was the challenge on this project. I bought new batteries for my Ryobi drill and it cut right through it. 
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    • What a neat build! What was your favorite part of making it?
      By RYOBI NATION, on August 13, 2018
      • I look for challenges when I do a project. For this project it was definitely using the hole saw. The project was relatively simple, but the holes in the boards need to be cut the same so they line-up, so making sure the boards were together and needing to use a large hole saw was the challenge on this project. I bought new batteries for my Ryobi drill and it cut right through it. 
        By Jason Kimbel, on August 14, 2018

    • What did you use for the tokens?

      By TARZANTHEJEDI, on August 13, 2018
      • I used a larger hole-saw and 1/4" plywood to make the discs.  I used the knights stickers to cover up the hole from the drill bit guide of the hole saw. I sanded the edges of the discs after they were cut and painted them. They are light-weight and can handle the banging of game-play.
        By Jason Kimbel, on August 14, 2018
      • Thank you, I like that idea. Good idea to use the sticker to cover the hole. I've been wanting to make this but I wasn't sure how well wooden discs would handle the dropping. My idea was to use plastic frisbees from the dollar store and paint them
        By TARZANTHEJEDI, on August 14, 2018
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    • What kind of sliding track is that? Different concept over a typical hinge which I've used in other projects.
      By ianwaddell, on March 31, 2015

    • Those look like standard full extension drawer sliders.
      By Maelius, on September 10, 2015
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