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Radius). 9 10. Drill a hole along the edge of the circle. Again, have the edge of the hole lined up with the edge of the layout line. You may want to draw the circle on the back as well. To do this, measure carefully to locate the center. S h a p e P u z z l e B ox 57 11. Using the coping saw again, saw around the circle, then file and sand to the line as you did with the first layer, or use a sanding drum on the drill press. I like the sanding drum option, but don’t push too hard as the drill11 press quill is not designed for continually high degrees of side force.
Thick board. , so you are allowing about 1 ⁄16 in. for planing and smoothing. 9 16 Drill 5/16" through; countersink 1/16". edge smooth and to size. Check for square before you are down to 1 the finish size, but keep in mind that being slightly out of square will not dramatically affect the toy. 2 M a k i n g Toys T h a t Te a ch /32" radius—all corners 3. If you need more strips, plane the sawn edge 2. Plane the sawn 34 1 of the board to get a true surface, then cut another 19⁄16-in. strip. 4.
For this reason, I didn’t use a plastic urethane finish. Whatever you decide to use, make sure it is nontoxic when dry. Learning through Play T H E B E A D B O A R D , like the Big Beads, is designed for children between the ages of two and approximately eight years old, depending on the child. Like the beads themselves, the Bead Board helps young If a child is having trouble matching both shape children improve their fine-motor skills and eye-hand and color, you may want to concentrate on just one coordination as they fit the beads onto the short dow- characteristic—either color or shape.
Armor Conversion and Detailing Projects by Terry Spohn