I can’t really comprehend what the second picture is, but all of these look so awesome. Is that shiny white plastic on the decider? So nice and clean looking, I want to see more pictures so I can see the whole thing. I guess that might be a nice surprise for wednesday night though. The Coin pyramid is also pretty great.
The second picture is the plate of the rotational decider, with a blank placard on it. The tabs are what hold the placards on.
Joyce, Chinatown Lumber on walker (off broadway) is where I got the wood. Its 1/2″ x 12″ clear pine plank. They can do basic cuts. Also, Prince lumber may have what you need. Youll probably have to buy a whole piece though unfortunately.
The board with the switch is looking very promising, can’t wait to see the whole thing. I have to comment on the pyramid–I think you need to use something other than pine. It’s usually the cheapest wood you can find and there’s something about it that is always going to look cheap, even when you stain and finish it. I would suggest seeking out a nice hardwood that isn’t too expensive (maybe oak?). I know I’m just one person, but I feel there’s a lot of people (potential customers!) who would agree.