hey guys! so I just finished my VCE, and I found I had a bunch of spare time, and free access to a CNC Router... After playing countless hours of Fallout: New Vegas, I decided I'd like to make a "Platinum Chip"... But not like the dummy replica that is included with the collector's edition... One that actually works like it does in-game: as a storage device. So first came the design, which I can tell you, was not easy. Keeping in mind the restraints of the router, the font had to be small enough to fit on the chip, yet be large enough for people to read and so that the router wouldn't mangle it. And on top of that, it needed to stay true to the original design. So I got started. Roland's (The CNC manufacturer) software, Dr. Engrave, is not very versatile... But it is very accurate. I mapped out my two-halves, and slowly drew in each panel of the roulette wheel one by one. The numbers in the middle were altered by hand to more closely match those of the collector's edition chip. I ended up with something that looked a little like this: Click to view full size! took me a while, between 4-6 hours I think... Since I finished school my whole concept of time has flown out of the window.