Remaking a Classic Table Top Game But Entirely Out of Wood!!

Remaking the traditional video game Rebound however out of beautiful maple . Given us by Squarespace. For 10% off your first purchase, go to:

Remaining true to the original style as much as I can, I the timeless table top video game Rebound out of maple . Like any task we encountered a couple of obstacles along the way.

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Remaking a Classic Table Top Game But Entirely Out of Wood!!

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  1. Great video. I have been enjoying the upcycling and reimagination of classic things. Cool direction and fun to watch.

  2. This is the bomb! Your new videos are epic. Can’t wait for the next one. You was a domino and a bandsaw away using all of the tools 🀣🀣. Love it!

    1. Yeah, I noticed that most of the tools joined the party in this video. I was expecting a little torch work somewhere in it.

    2. @Bob T252Β  🀣🀣 you’re not wrong. Bloody brilliant as ever to be fair!

      Though, wasn’t enough Sand in the place for me. πŸ˜…πŸ˜…

  3. Cool project πŸ™‚ If I’ll try this I think I’ll make an “overheng” on the top part, so that the rubber bands will be “hidden” under a “roof”. In my head that will make it a more clean look..

  4. Did you remake the pucks from your first version? The resin part seemed a little thick but in the end shots it looks thinner and rolled better too.

  5. I’ve been eagerly anticipating this one and it delivered what I expected: awesome. David, I just love your work. Here’s to hoping one day we have an opportunity to share ideas about art and life. Peace to you.

  6. What a great idea! I love wood table top games. Here’s another challenge for you. I would love to build a table top wood baseball game. I have seen some ones that are kind of like a small very basic pinball machine and a little bat at the bottom where you can hit the ball. This has been on my mind for a while but I haven’t come up with a design that I like.

  7. I love this! I grew up at the same time as you, so seeing all these old games being remade is so awesome. More!!! πŸ˜ƒ

  8. Loving these upcycle projects and the new focus on making what you want, without the β€œhow to” aspect. Really lets your creativity shine through!

  9. Fantastic work, Dave! It’s just brilliant! πŸ˜ƒ
    I’ve never seen this game before! When you can, could you please put some measurements for it in the description? I’m definitely going to try to make it here! πŸ˜ƒ
    Anyway, stay safe there with your family! πŸ––πŸ˜Š

  10. The level of detail on this one is amazing! Super sick. Love the engraved scoring system and the vinyl goals. So cool!

  11. This “series” you have been doing lately is an entertaining and creative take on the normal woodworking videos. I have been really enjoying them.

  12. Been looking forward to this one, and it came out great! Probably has a much more solid feel than the original.

  13. Probably the most expensive version of Rebound but…. SO COOL!!! Brings back so many good memories. Thank you Sir!

  14. Maaaan, this brought back memories of playing that game at my grandma and grandpa’s house. Very cool concept you’ve got groovin’ where you fancify nostalgic objects. I respect your marketing mind. The build was nifty too.

  15. So happy you kept the “rebound” graphic, it’s awesome. Love seeing everything but the kitchen sink being used!

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