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....that sounds like copyright infringement (if you're planning to use them for your game)?

Plus there's a lot of acrylic pieces available online for not much of an investment, though I don't know how cheap it can be to make your own.
 

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....that sounds like copyright infringement (if you're planning to use them for your game)?

Plus there's a lot of acrylic pieces available online for not much of an investment, though I don't know how cheap it can be to make your own.
I am not planning on using them for my game, i want to laser cut my own to practice for the movement templates i will have to be making
 

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If that's the case why not just pick whatever curve/shape you'd like and practice? I've been looking around online for the cause and can't seem to find someone who has figured out that the scale for this game is metric and not imperial.
 

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If that's the case why not just pick whatever curve/shape you'd like and practice? I've been looking around online for the cause and can't seem to find someone who has figured out that the scale for this game is metric and not imperial.
I was hoping to get some use out of something rather than just test pieces (multi purpose/economical). No point cutting my games templates yet when they are still being deliberated on

 

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You can find the actual cardboard pieces very cheaply if you ask on the X-wing Trading group on Facebook - most people have a couple of Core sets and their own acrylics, so have two or more card sets kicking around for no purpose.
 

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You can find the actual cardboard pieces very cheaply if you ask on the X-wing Trading group on Facebook - most people have a couple of Core sets and their own acrylics, so have two or more card sets kicking around for no purpose.
I do have my own, its just a lot of effort to upload them and to translate that into something a Laser cutter responds too
 

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If I can find some graph paper I will lay them out and take a picture for you. Would that work?

EDIT: Just saw your post about you already owning them. Disregard.
 

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If I can find some graph paper I will lay them out and take a picture for you. Would that work?

EDIT: Just saw your post about you already owning them. Disregard.
Actually it really would, a reason why it will be a lot of effort to upload them is the fact that they are at home; 6 hours away. Wont be at home for a couple more months
 

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Ah! Well in that case I'll see what I can do.

EDIT: Does this work? I'm flabbergasted by the fact that even in Canada my friggin' graph paper runs off inches. Ah well. Each square is 1/4".

 

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Dude, there are -so friggin' many- examples of how no one in Canada knows how to measure anything, if I pay too much attention to it I lose my mind. We may as well just combine them for good and let the real chaos ensue.
 

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Dude, there are -so friggin' many- examples of how no one in Canada knows how to measure anything, if I pay too much attention to it I lose my mind. We may as well just combine them for good and let the real chaos ensue.
It's no better in the US.

At least all of you know your speed limits. Whenever I travel to Canada, I refuse to drive. I'm terrified to get pulled over "But officer, I am a dumb American and the sign had a big '100' on it..."
 

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