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Attached is a couple of cribbage boards that I made using Vector 3D and cut 3D they turned out great. More to come it same the more I make the more people see it the more I have to do.

Rick
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These are great, I have been admiring them. I was ondering where you get your pegs and how you store them on the board?

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Thanks Den
Here is how I store pegs and card (Patent Pending) LOL!!!

This were I get my pegs they have a lot of different sizes I like them a lot they add class to the board
http://www.petespegs.com/

hope that helps

Rick
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Excellent boards!
I like the round format - and I'm kinda partial to that golfer!
cheers! Nice work on these.
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Very Nice!!!! I used to play Cribbage all of the time, but have no one around here to play with anymore :x

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Thanks, Dasch & Jason

Jason you live in Florida right my parents winter down in sunny Florida and they can always find a blue hair to play with them oh I mean arctic blond as my dad would said.

Rick

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Yeah, maybe I should start hanging around the "retirement communities" :lol:


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Post by Thkoutsidthebox »

Those look really great. :) So how do you play cribbage? I had never heard of it until I started seeing the boards on this site!

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Ceck it out: http://www.geop.ubc.ca/~bzelt/crib/RULES/allrules.html VERY fun game once you get the hang of it.

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Post by Thkoutsidthebox »

Ahh....I'm no longer a cribbage virgin! .... Ok well maybe I am, I've read about it now, but never tried out any techniques!!! :shock: :lol:

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Thanks Thkoutsidthebox
Cribbage is not really that hard when you get what the 15-2 15-4 15-6 and a pairs for 2 is all about. My dad taught my sisters and me when we were young to help with our math skills.
There are plays that you can play online but I have not done it in a long time.

Rick

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Attached is a cribbage board that I did for a friend’s dad for his birthday.

Rick
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Post by joecnc2006 »

rdhharm wrote:Attached is a cribbage board that I did for a friend’s dad for his birthday.

Rick
Looks real good.... hmmm wonder what machine that was made on? :)

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Post by JamesB »

Rick, very nice boards. Thanks for posting them here. Would it be OK to post some of the images on our web gallery at Vector Art 3D? We would be glad to link back to your web site if you have one?

Thanks, James

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James you are more than welcome to use any of my pictures on your site. If you would like higher res. pictures I can email them to you.
And if could link them back to my site that would be great.

Joe I don't know who’s machine these cribbage boards are cut on but maybe it is a Joes 2006 LOL!!!! And someday in the near future it will be 4x4 hybrid

Rick

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