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Woodworking tools for prototyping.

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Sen
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I've been using an X-acto razor saw (1 mm cut width) and mitre box to work with balsa and dowling, and it's okay...but tedious.

I used a 4800 RPM mitre saw with an 1/8" cut width, which basically ate up 25% of the wood (when you're trying to make 1/4" x 1/4" squares...)

anyone know of any powered saws that would be good for making multiple wood bits at fairly precise dimensions / angles?

Making 200 wooden cubes is tough work!

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Re: Woodworking tools for prototyping.

Sen wrote:
Making 200 wooden cubes is tough work!

I don't know what you intend to use them for, but this might be a better deal for you time/effort/cost-wise:

http://www.coeytech.com/secure/eaglegames/store/index.cfm?pg=proddetail....

- Seth

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Woodworking tools for prototyping.

Do you know the measures of those cubes? They seem pretty cheap, and I could use them for prototyping. But I would like to know which size they are before buying any.

Saludos,

Seo

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Woodworking tools for prototyping.

I'm pretty sure those are 1/4" cubes - I have AoM but have never played it :D

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