Cliff

Just some cutting boards

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Nice work cliff i like those. I like thicker cutting boards but Megan likes thin ones so i make thin ones.

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2 minutes ago, Chestnut said:

Nice work cliff i like those. I like thicker cutting boards but Megan likes thin ones so i make thin ones.

I just call those cheese boards so I can pass the red faced test ;)

 

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Very nice and a great way to get rid of smaller pieces - those look great!  We've made about 60 cutting boards and probably 50 of those were end grain and I can definitely testify that a drum sander is essential.  Can't wait to see what you make when you get that drum sander! :)

David

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Those look great.  Be sure to fill the little character voids like in the first pic with epoxy.  Any nooks and crannies can catch 'material' or juices which can go rancid.  Cutting boards don't get the cleansing ride through the super-hot dishwasher that other food prep tools get so they have to be easy to wipe clean. DAMHIKT :huh:

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12 hours ago, gee-dub said:

Those look great.  Be sure to fill the little character voids like in the first pic with epoxy.  Any nooks and crannies can catch 'material' or juices which can go rancid.  Cutting boards don't get the cleansing ride through the super-hot dishwasher that other food prep tools get so they have to be easy to wipe clean. DAMHIKT :huh:

The funny part is I did fill it, then planed it, and by the time I got it down to the thickness I wanted, those gaps were back! And now I'm out of epoxy :D 

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Atta way to do it. I'm back mostly making long grain boards because end grain are so much more pita.

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