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Old 11-15-2018, 12:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Default Straight ahead to cheeseboards

Thank you Jimm1 for you advice on cheese cutting boards. These are ready to glue up, plane, drum sand, drill, cut angled kerf, route, sand, finish, assemble and sell. Tick tick
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Jim is a good dude. Nice boards you built there
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Good lookin boards right there.
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Those look mighty nice so far Mark. I love when I hear that someone gave suggestions and another benefitted. Kudos to both Jim and Mark.
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Those look mighty nice so far Mark. I love when I hear that someone gave suggestions and another benefitted. Kudos to both Jim and Mark.
That is why I come here, to learn or share. Constructive criticism is welcome but negativity is inappropriate and useless. Thanks to all.
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Gonna be some good look'n cheeseboards.
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Default Planed, drum sanded and trimmed

Drill press has a jig to hold them and a 6” long drill bit, just waiting on the cheese cutter mechanism.
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Default Ten ready for next week

There is a slight learning curve, but a reasonably easy project. My wife wants one after the show next Friday and Saturday. Be sure to bend the wire ends flush or the cutting groove might be damaged. I used a drop of two of Howard’s Butcher Block Conditioner in the hole to seal the wood and smooth out the motion. That is my cutting board finish of choice.

Try it you’ll like it.
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Reviving the thread for a question - How do you cut the angled kerf?
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