This blog will will contain my rather pedantic ramblings on my experiences within the miniature war gaming hobby. There will be informative how-to’s, thrilling battle reports and thought provoking editorials. I fully expect that history will one day view the contents of this blog on par with Homer’s Illiad or Newton’s Principalia. Or it's a complete waste of time.
Steve's Gaming Table: Part 5 - Accessory Rail Access Points
Last night I cut in the access points for the accessory rails on each of the 4 top apron pieces. To do this I built a simple jig. The bottom part of the Jig is used for drilling out the holes for each accessory piece and the top is used for drilling out the access point so the T-Slot screws can gain entry into the channel.
The concept makes more sense when shown after the access points have been installed. Each Accessory tray, cup holder, dice bin etc is slipped into the rails and then slid over and tightened down.
The apron end caps will be cut from these blocks of scrap exotic wood. I think it's teak but I'm not sure. I'll need to cut these down to 4 pieces that are 1x1x5.5 inches for the top apron corners and 4 that a 1x1x4 inches for the bottom apron corners.
I've got a giant box of exotic scrap / cut-offs from a lumber yard but really don't know exactly what I've got. Lets call it "mystery wood" for now.