Harry Potter coaster set

Proofgrade Medium Maple Plywood on SD Engrave.

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Great job! :grinning:

Those are excellent!

Wow, love those. Is this your design or one that others can download from somewhere?

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Thingiverse is where I find most of my designs. Be prepared to spend hours looking through the site https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2326694

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The engraving sure looks great on that Maple Ply, i might need to order more!
How long did the whole thing take you? did it take up a whole sheet or more with the base?

Nice work!

I like how you made the base/stand for them… but you missed a perfectly good opportunity to add the HP logo in the front!.. and maybe on that same angle.

The complete set took 55 minutes to cut and engrave. I can get 3 coaster sets and two stands out of one 12" x 20" sheet

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This is true! It’s not my design, it came from Thingiverse. I didn’t even think to add logo’s to the stand. That stand sure does look boring now!

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ha ha… its not boring but its an easy fix to make another one!

Also, I did a quick search and found this HP logo as an SVG file.
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6/6e/Harry_Potter_wordmark.svg
(Just right click and “save page as…”)

Love the little stand and the coasters are great!

Quite nice.

They are really nice and I know it was apparently how it was done for the movies, but they had a Griffin in the movies even,so why is the totem for Gryffindor a Lion??s

Wow, those really came out amazing!

These are awesome! I’d love to find the images, but I’m not having any luck

https://www.google.com/search?q=harry+potter+house+logos+Vector

neat coasters :slight_smile: I am still trying to encourage the use of the last coasters I made… but toddlers don’t respect coasters and prefer drink rings on furniture.

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Does the wood hold up against water?