Hey there guys and gals! Roger here again to talk to you a bit about your personal storage needs for all of your games and components. What I've come up with this time around is a series of hardwood boxes in several sizes, with a variety of uses (Not just for cards this time! Ok, a couple of them are!). I'll get into the specifics of each box further down the page. But first, I just wanted to thank you for checking out my Kickstarter! Take a moment and appreciate the fact that you are awesome!
As some of you already know, and the rest will find out now....I'm pretty new to the online world for woodworking. Not that I'm new to being online, I mean I still remember dialing in to old BBS's on local phone lines with my 2400baud modem and my 386DX266 (Awesome at the time PC). But I've never actually put my work online beyond a simple FB page until now. However, in recent years, I've noticed my back starting to fail on occasion. Which, for a construction guy, signals the end of the line. I can't count on my game store to cover my bills (It's a game store after all.). I had to find something else to do. So, I opened my woodworking shop and have been pushing it mostly online. I specialize in game related items.
I've also started a YouTube channel and stream there almost daily. www.youtube.com/c/thewoodworkinggamer if you want to check it out.
A Video Review by the customer who inspired the Cube975 Model. Thank you Andy!
The Command Zone (Unlocked at $2000)
One night on the stream we were doing a "brain-storming" kind of thing and stumbled into a nice idea. What if there was a place to hold our Commander, and keep track of our life...and something to use instead of a die to know how many times we've had to recast..... then it hit us, the Command Zone was born! The recessed pocket will house a normal sized Top-Loader easily and the numbers on the dials are all easy to read.
Risks and challenges
This is a low risk campaign since I personally build each and every item here in my shop. I've gotten my wood source, as well as a backup....and a backup for that backup, just in case. This is my 2nd Kickstarter. My first Kickstarter ended February 6th and has been fulfilled, except for 2 people who have yet to fill out the survey.
But, to put your mind at ease.
I'd have to have both hands broken before I would be unable to work.... and even then, I'd call a woodworking buddy that owes me a favor and have him do it while I oversaw everything. So, the risk is minimal for my backers. Plus, if for some reason I DIED (The only way they wouldn't get the rewards)... my daughter has instructions to refund everyone and post a final update.
You are pledging your hard earned money to support my project and help me grow as a business. Expect me to do whatever is needed to ensure that you are rewarded for that support, in a timely fashion.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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