Wood/ Epoxy Charcuterie Boards


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So just to be clear I stole the idea from an Instagram post my colleague made, Unfortunately design is not my forte but I have become pretty adept at stealing others designs :) 

12 hours ago, drzaius said:

I wonder if removing the tape just as the epoxy is setting would be easier.

I thought about that but you get kinda messy doing it so I was concerned I would get it everywhere. One thing I didn't try was to heat up the epoxy the next day with a heat gun and then pull it up that may have worked.

11 hours ago, Coop said:

So in pic 3, the width of each strip is actually the thickness of the 8/4 board after milling it? 

Correct just shy of an 1 3/4 for these but its really open to what you have availble.

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39 minutes ago, pkinneb said:

I thought about that but you get kinda messy doing it so I was concerned I would get it everywhere. One thing I didn't try was to heat up the epoxy the next day with a heat gun and then pull it up that may have worked.

I think that would be the trick. Remove the tape when it's set just enough to not flow & make a mess. Hitting it with a heat gun might help the edge to smooth out.

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