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Battleship Game

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244 opens
53 copies
334 downloads 2 comments
Beyond Design

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Beyond Design
Chicago, Illinois

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A refined take on the classic warship game

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Material Description Price
Bamboo Plywood

Bamboo Plywood

Thickness: 3/4 in, Plies: 3, Dimensions: 8 in × 12 in

Bamboo Plywood

Bamboo Plywood

Thickness: 1/4 in, Plies: 3, Dimensions: 8 in × 12 in

$11.49

Matte Black Acrylic Sheet

Matte Black Acrylic Sheet

Dimensions: 8 in × 12 in, Thickness: 1/8 in

$11.49

Translucent Red Acrylic Sheet

Translucent Red Acrylic Sheet

Dimensions: 8 in × 12 in, Thickness: 1/8 in

$5.49

White Corian®

White Corian®

Color: White, Cut Tolerance: +/- 1/2 in, Dimensions: 10 in × 12 in, Thickness: 1/4 in

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$28.47
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Battleship Lid.svg

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1

Mill Boxes

Mill the main boxes from 3/4" material

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2

Etch Boxes

Change to a 1/32" bit to engrave the letters and numbers into the grid for the box

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3

Mill Lids

Mill the lids for the box out of 1/4" material

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4

Etch Lids

Change to a 1/32" bit to engrave the letters and numbers into the grid for the lid

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5

Etch Logos into Lids

Flip the lids and align to mill the logos

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6

Mill the ships

mill the ships out of 1/4" material

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7

Mill the black tiles

Mill the tiles from 1/8" material. We used matte black acrylic. This is a good cut to use double sided tape.

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8

Mill the red tiles

Mill the tiles from 1/8" material. We used translucent red acrylic. This is a good cut to use double sided tape.

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Jeffery Jones
Awesome design! Can you tell us how the lids get attached to the base?
Jeffery Jones