Description:My grandfather and I used to play this game when I was a child. We lost it just recently when lightning struck our house resulting in a total loss by fire. I rebuilt this game in sketchup as I do not have skills in another 3d program. I have the base geometry in sketchup and autocad if that helps. I'm looking for someone with skills who can produce an exact scale model of the one I'll share in solidworks or a similar file structure that a CNC machine has utilize so that I can replace what was lost. .step and .stp and .sldprt file types are what is needed.
Wants:EXACT geometry replication to the sketchup model. ( except, I'm told the small grooves need to be 1.5mm at the smallest ) 1.5mm is about 1/16" but I'd like to them to be 1/32" as designed if 1/32" will work within CNC tolerances, please verify.
Clean curves that a CNC machine will smooth surfaces with.
(provide a .step/.stp/.sldprt file type that matches the design.)
Don't Wants:Any change to the design.
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