Tabletop Cornhole

These are really cool! Excellent idea!

And if things get really desperate, you have a secret stash of rice.

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I would love to make these!!! Are you selling the school file?

Here is the file. School took the front seat. Online learning takes up more of my entire day than in a physical classroom. So sorry about the wait. Here is the file. The joints are based on 1/4" thickness. Since the boards are at an incline, the joints are slightly off in a couple of places, but nothing that some sandpaper couldn’t fix.I also put a coat of resin on top and then waxed it. You really to not need to do all of that though. It just made it extra slippery:)

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Let me know how it goes or if you have trouble opening the file.

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I can give you my file, and just remove the fish if you do not want them on there. Yeah, you can put on these whatever you want.

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Cathy

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I will give you the file. I made these myself. Just keep in mind that the board width is set at 1/4" thickness and how snug your’s fits all depends on your material.

Here is the link for the file. If you have problems with loading it, let me know.

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Cathy

Is this file free? I am fairly new on GlowForge and haven’t figured out how to make my own designs, but have enjoyed doing most of the free ones. Would love this for my family. Thank you, email: thompson73438@att.net

Welcome!

Your best bet for finding free files is in the Free Laser Designs category. Sometimes, people will also offer or provide design files in other categories. Just look for the download links.

However, there are a variety of reasons someone may not want to share design files and, it can be uncomfortable for some to have to say no publicly. So, our community standards (and forum rules) are to not to ask and, leave it up to the designer to offer.

(Also, this is a fairly simple design (apart from the engrave) that might be worth trying to do yourself. I am sure people here will be happy to help if you need suggestions on how to proceed. Are you familiar with any vector graphics software like Inkscape, Adobe Illustrator, Affinity Designer or Corel Draw?)

I am not but I have been trying to do the tutorial videos on YouTube for Inkscape. Thank you

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Thank you for your reply. I wouldn’t have asked if I hadn’t read different post where it was being shared or at least I thought it was maybe in a file . I am new to Glowforge and have enjoyed the free designs. Have a great day.

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Fair point! I see that the original poster was offering to email the file. I also see that it is embedded in the post above yours. Just right-click on the weird-looking tiny blob above “Cathy” and choose Save As from the context menu:

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My apologies for not checking more closely before responding to your post.

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Thank you so much for the pattern. I look forward to making it.

Tamara

If you make the bags again you should use velcro instead.

I don’t see the file. If you are still willing to share could you tell me where it is posted ?
Thank you. My grandson is here and we want to make this tonight!

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I saw that, but it is not an active link on my end. Nothing happens when I move the cursor over that image.

Hi everyone. I really want to share this file with whoever wants it, I just don’t understand why some people are able to load the link and others can’t. It is an SVG file. You would have to Open your program first (I use Inkscape) and then open the file from there. Some are only seeing it as text. I do know that if you see then image, click onto it. I have had to do that in the past when someone shared a living hinge, I will try adding the file here one more time. Maybe if admin see’s this post they can help us figure this out.
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Now, I had the file saved in my One Drive. It is secure, so that might be why people could not open it. This time I put it on my desktop. Hopefully it works now.

I added this link two different ways, and it still put the link on here the same using both methods.

If it does not work for you, I am really sorry. I am out of ideas.

Someone even posted a comment on how to download it three posts above yours!

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The file is fine. Your share is generous enough, without feeling like you have to educate everyone on how to use a browser.

Thank you for letting others know eflyguy. I really appreciate the help. I want to share with others. I always play fair. I am a teacher and am a kind one at that. All I know is that when I borrowed someone’s living hinge that they generously gave to others as well, I clicked onto the image and inserted it into my Inkscape drawing and it worked. I wish I could do more. Sorry to those who can’t open the file.

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Coming into this thread a bit after the fact, but I just downloaded the file.

I’m wanting to make a bigger version of this. Am I right in thinking that as long as I resize all the pieces proportionately that theoretically there shouldn’t be any issue with the pieces fitting into each other? I know the OP said this was designed with 1/4" but what if I am using 5/32"? Will I have to make some kind of adjustments to account for that? And how might I do that? I have some 5/32" project panels already so I’d likely just use that.

I’m wanting to do something that is probably double 2-3x the size of this one (I don’t have a pass through so any piece I cut has to stay within the 11x19-ish size).