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  • bbofpp
    Reply to Calling all Puzzlers
    by bbofpp
    The next Association of Games and Puzzles International (AGPI) will be APR/MAY 2020 in the Washington, DC area. The next Puzzle Parley will be in Sturbridge, MA July 24-26, 2020.

    Puzzle Parleys are where jigsaw puzzle collectors, cutters and just plain enthusiasts get together for one weekend....
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    I might have to look into it when I have time....
    05-26-2019, 09:45 AM
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    I went to the AGPI convention in Denver. Fun, fun, fun. And interesting tours. All puzzlers should consider joining the AGPI @ $40/yr!

    http://www.gamesandpuzzles.org/index.php

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  • Will M
    Reply to Large puzzle
    by Will M
    I have never seen anyone recommend using any type of sealer.I did not use it either and did not have any problem with the grain raising.
    05-16-2019, 09:47 PM
  • Linda In Phoenix
    Reply to Large puzzle
    by Linda In Phoenix
    When hydrodipping wood, do you need to apply a sealer/poly/varnish/shellac/other coating first? It seems like even briefly submerging bare wood in water would raise the grain (which normally requires at least a little sanding). Granted hardwoods don't do it as much. It's just not natural to consider...
    05-16-2019, 12:00 AM
  • Linda In Phoenix
    Reply to Large puzzle
    by Linda In Phoenix
    Stack cut!
    05-15-2019, 07:43 PM
  • Will M
    Reply to Large puzzle
    by Will M
    Linda,hydrodipping is something new to me too.I have watched many you tube videos and many were done with wood,many of them looked like they were using hardwoods.I just tried mine for the first time recently using 1/4in thick 5 ply plywood,and I was surprised how nice it came out. I really like the...
    05-15-2019, 06:31 PM
  • Linda In Phoenix
    Reply to Large puzzle
    by Linda In Phoenix
    On 5/11/19 you said you "hydrodip". I googled hydrodipping and was confused. You do that with wood successfully? I cannot imagine fully immersing wood in water to apply a design. tell more please.
    05-14-2019, 07:20 PM
  • cgeary
    Reply to Large puzzle
    by cgeary
    Oh, I think that to do that you need to do what is called stack-cutting. The limitation is, of course, if you wanted to do it on a puzzle with a picture glued to the front you'll have to have multiples of the same picture and line them up very carefully.

    First you'll take your two pieces...
    05-13-2019, 01:18 PM
  • leehljp
    Reply to Large puzzle
    by leehljp
    Can't you divide it into thirds? You will need a front, side table table to handle 2/3's, but by cutting 1/3 with tabs all the way down or across, then focus on the first 1/3, then cut the 2/3s down to approximately (2) 1/3 pieces. If it is big enough, maybe by 1/4ths.

    Add in: I forgot...
    05-11-2019, 10:02 PM
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