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comment What's a good table-topping material for tile-based games?
Thanks for the warm welcome! I have used both a pane of glass and a sheet of plexiglass. The two are roughly equivalent to play on. Pieces slide around a little bit easier, but not so much as to become a nuisance. I prefer glass for its superior durability, but I have been using plexiglass at home for quite a while and it works just fine. I have never played Carcassonne, but from the description on wikipedia, it sounds like this trick would not be helpful.
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comment Fixing warped board pieces
Thanks for the note, Dave. Yes, this is a set of files that can be used to cut tiles, not an actual storefront selling the tiles. I don't own a set, but I'm hoping to get them soon. When I get them, I will likely purchase them from Daniel Holmes of JNC Designs (he posted on the thingverse page) - he gave me a price of $135 for acrylic tiles, $115 for poplar wood, and $62 for MDF.
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answered What's a good table-topping material for tile-based games?
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answered Fixing warped board pieces