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Matthew-59

Puzzle Board Frame

Puzzle Board Frame
Matthew-59, Feb 13, 2016
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      brinny
      This is ingenious!! *thumbsup*
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      @brinny :)
      Thanks! It's kinda like an adjustable short easel that holds a 2' X 3' bulletin board. My cousin Gary made it. He's quit handy with stuff like that. :) I bought the bulletin board at Walmart. It works pretty good. The cork top helps to hold the puzzle pieces from sliding... although they still slide some, so it ain't perfect, but it works. :)
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      @brinny
      It was my general idea. I explained to my Dad how I wanted it to work, and he then explained to Gary what I wanted. So the specific design is his idea. I too thought it was an awesome design. It works perfectly to hold the bulletin board at an angle so I don't have to look down so far. The only problem is the board top itself needs to be more sticky so the puzzle pieces don't slide so easy. Lot's of ideas here on how to fix that, but haven't tried any yet. :) Yes, a patent would be a good idea. I told Dad that too. :)
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    • brinny
      @Matthew-59 Aaaah, well then you are the "idea" person, the "inventor" so to speak......and your talented cousin, following your idea, formed it, etc. Very creative :D

      what ideas have you got for keeping the pieces from sliding?
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    • Matthew-59
      @brinny
      See the plate under my oil lamp on the table? I made that plate in high school on the pottery wheel. I wish I could do pottery now. I use to enjoy making pottery. That's been 30+ years ago.
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    • brinny
      @Matthew-59 NICE. Very talented, my friend, and very well made :oldthumbsup:
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      @brinny
      :) Oh no... I cain't gives away all my ideas. You might takes 'em and run to the patent office with 'em.... [​IMG]
      Hahaaa!!! :D
      I was thinking of glazing the board with rubber cement, or using felt material like on a pool table. The cement would be easier to apply. Or... I could invent helium puzzles so the pieces won't succumb to gravity. LOL!!! ^_^
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    • brinny
      @Matthew-59 LOL! I was thinkin' of flannel too......the helium would be hilarious...they'd float or "hover" ^_^
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    • brinny
      What does the afghan say in the back of the puzzle stand?
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