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Old 12-06-2018, 06:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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This stack contains this week’s work: 3-12”x15”x1.5” Pro series cutting boards, 5-12”x11”x3/4” edge grain cutting boards and 7-9”x6” cheese cutters. They have a date in seconds with the router.
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The two on top right. Inlaid or the segments make up a full row? Those are all nice. I got lots of wood and need to make a couple.
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The two on top right. Inlaid or the segments make up a full row? Those are all nice. I got lots of wood and need to make a couple.
I make a 12 x 11 board plane and sand it flush and then cross cut the pieces. They have sold well.
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Mark, beautiful work.
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Very nice, I’m sure they will be cherished for ever
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The two on top right. Inlaid or the segments make up a full row? Those are all nice. I got lots of wood and need to make a couple.
I made a cutting board with lots of small pieces maple, walnut, cherry, ash, purpleheart and tiny pieces of poplar 11”x12” and planed and sanded like normal. I then cut 3/4”-1” strips cross cut to original strips. I like them in maple or walnut so far. The photo shows a walnut with two 1/8” bands of maple as a demarcation- I like that one a lot.
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