Dominoes by Billet Bones's Fan Box

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Friday, March 20, 2009

Box is complete!

The box is finished and completed! This box was made for Gear and will be featured on their website. The idea behind putting socket head cap screws came from my H2 Hummer. They use them to hold the dash in. It gives it the rugged, industrial feel. Why not? It's a metal box with metal dominoes! It looks super sexy and modern. Besides, all boxes have hinges. There was a need to change it up.
This will give my customers the chance to mix and match colors if need be, or do it all one color.

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Black Box

Almost done!

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Tournament size dominoes

New Tournament sized dominoes now come with larger dots for those who have a hard time seeing. I put them side to side to show the difference in sizes.

Thursday, March 12, 2009

Sexy Domino Box

To remove the mill marks the box was sanded and tumbled so a uniform finish is achieved. Now it is ready to get anodized!

Monday, March 9, 2009

Project Aluminum Domino Box

Another picture of the lid getting chissled away.

Project Aluminum Domino Box

Lid is almost finished. It just needs the radius around the edges. It's almost finished!

Project Aluminum Domino Box

Bottom side is milled off and radius on the bottom of the box is added.

Friday, March 6, 2009

Project Aluminum Domino Box

All that is left is to buzz off the bottom of box and add a sick radius on the edges to make it sleek and sexy!

New aluminum box

Over the years I've noticed people trying to copy my dominoes. Some I know and some I don't. So we'll see if they start copying this idea! The first domino set to ever be housed in an all aluminum box!
Here is a picture of it as it is devoloped.

Tuesday, January 13, 2009


Welcome to my dominoes blog! I just started it today so I'll be adding more and more as the days go by. My official website is

The idea behind making these one of a kind custom sets was easy. Some people need high quality game pieces that look good and don't break. Others can do fine with playing with plastic, wood, etc. Not me! I wanted something that would last and look great at the same time!

I'll be adding pictures of custom sets and the famous people that purchase them soon!