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Turned out nice, Alexis. I'm sure your buddy will like it. I wish all deliveries came packed like that. ;-)
 

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Very good job!

I made a box to ship a project/gift a couple of times. I choked on the price it cost to ship them but tjey did arrive in the same shape they. left
 

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Very good job!

I made a box to ship a project/gift a couple of times. I choked on the price it cost to ship them but tjey did arrive in the same shape they. left
Hi, Marco.
I am having the same problem to send a pair of cutting boards to my sons, one to Chile, and the other to the USA.
 

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Very nice. I'll be starting my chess board next week. What lumber did you use. Beautiful board.
Hi, Oscar36.
Thanks for your comments and good luck with your future chessboard.
I used caribbean pine and apamate for the squares of the chessboard. Some cedar surrounds the perimeter and camphor wood from some shipping boxes that I had for the frame.
 

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Great job, Alexis.
 

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Very Nice! Beautiful work!
What are the sizes of the square blocks? In the future, I will be building one for myself.
Hi Arcola60.
Thank you for the compliments.
Each block is 40mmx40mm but later on, I discovered that there are several rules for the chessboard sizes. For the pieces too.
International associations all over the world set specific measurements for the tournament boards.
 
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