On 1/10/07, Christopher Hickman <tophu@xxxxxxx> wrote:
On Tuesday, January 09, 2007, at 04:30PM, "Christopher Hickman" <tophu@xxxxxxx> wrote: >Carol Townsend writes: >> I've been looking around for an easy, cheap thing to make Giant Martian >> Coasters out of, and I think I've found it. > >I know that somebody had extrapolated what a four pip, five pip, or six pip piece would measure. I guess I meant for this to be a question: Anybody still have those measurements? I remember that it wasn't a linear progression...
http://www.wunderland.com/icehouse/MakingIcehouse.html has the original dimensions Each step is 3/8ths of an inch taller and approximately 7/32nds wider (actually 3/14ths, but good luck finding that on your ruler), so a six pip would be 2 1/8" tall and 1 21/32" wide. Approximately. (Actually 1 9/14") -- - |) () /\/ That's right isn't it? Double check my math. Wednesday is bad for arithmetic. And I think that IS linear growth, pretty much by definition.