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    Hi Steven,

    I don't know if you can still get piano key ivory on eBay, but that's where I found my stash. They might have banned it now. Anyway, you can google it and come up with piano repair places. You might find it easier to use plastic, it's a LOT easier to color fill. On ebay, try searching for plastic pieces. You'll find vintage plastics like Bakelite and Celluloid as well as modern acrylics. But, it would probably be just as well to buy a sheet of of white or whatever color you like opaque acrylic and cut your own squares. That way it would be simple to engrave the letters in the right place. If you don't want to mount them on wood, you could just get 1/4" thick and you'd be good to go!

    Please post pics if you do this, I'd love to see them!

    cheers, dee
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    Hi Steven,
    Must have been a TY125, pretty rare, most were 250 and some were 175 but the 125 were far and few between.
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My wife, Sandy, and I started our laser engraving business in May of '07 as a means of trying to secure our future. Did know that it would be such a great idea.
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Target shooting, guitar playing, and generally trying to figure out how to engrave anything someone throws at us.
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I also work at Intel as a manufacturing technician. That means that I work on equipment to make computer chips.

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