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Bradley Eng-Kohn
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I sell laser cut game parts for people here on BGG, and I am interested in laser cutting fortification markers for this games.

Can someone tell me the size of the cubes so I can scale them? It is sold out in my usual haunts.

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bengkohn wrote:
I sell laser cut game parts for people here on BGG


Where do we find details of what you sell?

I am developing a game and I am looking for component suppliers (both in small number, during the development phase, and larger for later...)
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bengkohn wrote:
I sell laser cut game parts for people here on BGG


Where do we find details of what you sell?

I am developing a game and I am looking for component suppliers (both in small number, during the development phase, and larger for later...)
 
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Anyone have an opinion on which markers they would like?



Of course I can do all of them, but I need a representative type for my main picture. They are probably going to end up $3 for the 12. I'd do shipping first class to cut down on costs.
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I like the 2 to the right the best and if I had to pick one it would pick the 3rd one. Keep us updated as I am interested in picking some up when you are finished.
 
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Agreed that I like 3 and 4 the best. I might sway toward #4, but it's close.
 
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bengkohn wrote:
Anyone have an opinion on which markers they would like?



Of course I can do all of them, but I need a representative type for my main picture. They are probably going to end up $3 for the 12. I'd do shipping first class to cut down on costs.


The two on the left are the more historically accurate because they resemble the Vauban-influenced fortifications like Carillon (later renamed Ticonderoga) and Fort William Henry.
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Eldard wrote:
The two on the left are the more historically accurate because they resemble the Vauban-influenced fortifications like Carillon (later renamed Ticonderoga) and Fort William Henry.

Agreed, the ones on the right would look silly and out of place (a bit embarrassing, actually).
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Aldaron wrote:
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The two on the left are the more historically accurate because they resemble the Vauban-influenced fortifications like Carillon (later renamed Ticonderoga) and Fort William Henry.

Agreed, the ones on the right would look silly and out of place (a bit embarrassing, actually).


I should add that in addition to Carillon/Ticonderoga and Fort William Henry, numerous other significant F&I forts were built to this configuration

- Fort St. Frederic (at Crown Point, Lake Champlain),

- Fort Duquesne (at Ohio Forks),

- Fort Stanwix (in the Mohawk Valley),

- and Fort Frederick (on the western Maryland defense line)

are also the same shape as the two on the left.

- Fort Frontenac (Lake Ontario) was built similarly, but in a distorted configuration to accommodate the terrain; two bastions are considerably smaller than the other two.
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Here they are. Order whichever you like, or a sampler pack! 12 for $3 plus shipping.
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