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    Jeffeb3
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    A bunch of plans from someplace that sells bits (really fancy ones, by the look of it):

    https://www.toolstoday.com/topic.aspx?name=CNC-Pattern-Directories

    I was watching this video from them to find it:

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    #35308
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    Ryan
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    Good find!

    #35335
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    Jeffeb3
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    I don’t know. Now that I look closer, most of the “free” ones are from vectric, which come in .crv files (for vcarve and aspire). The paid ones are super expensive, and from makecnc.com. I also can’t find that maze. That maze is pretty neat.

    #35343
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    Jeffeb3
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    I found the maze plans. It says “aspire files” so I can only assume it is the crv format… At $100, I’ll take two!

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    #35357
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    Ryan
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    Well I guess we will need to start our own little collection.

    #35370
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    Bill
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    I’m looking at this one for a project as soon as I can glean the wood… More likely cherry than walnut though.

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    #35416
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    I’m looking at this one for a project as soon as I can glean the wood… More likely cherry than walnut though.

    That looks pretty awesome, is there a bananagrams version :).

    #35437
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    IIRC Bananagrams doesn’t use a board, but the tiles would be awfully similar to the laser cut ones in that project. You’d need more (144 instead of 100 I think) and of course the letter distribution is different. I’d want to find a really dense wood for them, just to create that extra heft that tells everyone ‘expensive’. 🙂

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