Cutting board with inlay


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Thanks, Bryan!  Those were cut at separate times.  I cut the inlay pieces first so I could glue them into the cavities and not have to remove the main board.  But for a little different take on doing the video I showed them paired together and the inlay pieces cut at 1/4 speed so you could see the chips flying.

David

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Great project, David! I sent a link to one of my students that builds guitars and loves to cook. Thought he'd appreciate it.

It's pretty obvious to me that your comfort level with the router has increased a great deal from a year ago. Feedrates and processes look great!

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