Free Lab's Project: Tic-Tac-Toe

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Free Lab's Project: Tic-Tac-Toe

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Hi Everyone,

This month’s Labs project (courtesy of Beki) is now available for everyone to download, including all of our FREE TRIAL customers!

The simple Tic-Tac-Toe board game is perfect for all ages! The game consists of three parts, the board, the O’s and the X’s as the idea was to cut them out of different coloured corian. The file itself contains fairly basic toolpaths just pockets and profiles!

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Thank you for another fun project.

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Post by Oregon85 »

hi I am Douglas and am deaf anyway I just wonder where or what store did I get the Corian board?? Home Depot?? or online??

Thanks Douglas

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Post by GeneMpls »

Corian and it's many variants are normally used for counter tops. It is normally .5" thick and I have gotten it from woodworking shops who have drops [unused scraps] and the cutouts from sink installations. I have also bought .25" which is used a lot for backlit lithograph carvings from ebay and Amazon. It comes in large sheets and [for Corian brand] can only be purchased by 'trained' technicians. Google solid surface material and you will see a lot of it. Good luck, Gene

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Post by Rcnewcomb »

I've purchased Candlestone (similar to Corian) from Candlestone Gifts on eBay.
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