You should! And I want to meet you! But don't send me your board games that you haven't gone public with yet. I am not a publisher. I'm more of an industrial artist. I am trying to design my own games and share them with enthusiasts. I have a lot of commentary on game mechanics, and I put my degree in Math to use when I make my designs, but it is inappropriate to send me your work in progress. For example, I have been working on a game involving World War I for over a year, and a game on the colonial Caribbean for several months. If you send me a really interesting but unfinished game that happens to be on World War I, you compromise both of our games. The moment your game goes public, that's the time I want to give you a pat on the back, and there will be no misunderstandings. I also don't show my incomplete work to other designers/aspirants.
Now, if you want to imitate my model, small scale manufacturing with cnc milling machines and laser cutters, I say DO IT! The more the merrier! We could start a boutique board game culture together! Come join me at TechShop. I look forward to hearing from you and I believe in your dream!