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Glue up of a woven board..

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Blog entry by degoose posted 1798 days ago 4550 reads 68 times favorited 19 comments Add to Favorites Watch

This is just a little tip.. not the whole tutorial of how to cut and make a woven board.
Basically you all can make the weave with the two accent stripes on each side.. right.[ ok just a length of the main timber with 2 stripes cut 1/16 or 1/8 ” thick and glued up. see the pics and work it out ]
You can also make the background pieces from the other of the accent timbers the same width as the main weave less the accents.. ok so far.. so I don’t need to go though all that do I? PM me if you need a little more.
This is only to show you the easy way to glue up 31 different size pieces into a square!
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This is a dry fit of all the pieces. I like lots of pics from different angles.

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A lot of little curls of the stripes adds a little festivity to the board. No reason just for fun!!

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These seven small sections can be glued up individually and then the lot glued up and as you can see the length of all the long pieces is equal to the sum of the smaller pieces.
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Hope this is a clear as I wanted it to be?

-- Drink twice... and don't bother to cut... @ lazylarrywoodworks.com.au For lovers of all things timber...



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Splinterman

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#1 posted 1798 days ago

Be careful mate…......some drop kick guy will try to sue you for flogging his design…..LOL.
Looks real good and what finish have you in mind..??

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degoose

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#2 posted 1798 days ago

Splinter ,man,
I acknowledged that I borrowed the design in the first one I posted here
and here too
but I made them different by the use of different timber and different accent stripes
I share and I copy.. who doesn’t.
Will be using the ubiquitous Tung Oil Finish.,

-- Drink twice... and don't bother to cut... @ lazylarrywoodworks.com.au For lovers of all things timber...

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Splinterman

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#3 posted 1798 days ago

I have gone through gallons of “Tung Oil” over the years and the finish is still good today.
Rather expensive but worth it for the excellent end result.

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Loucarb

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#4 posted 1798 days ago

I’ve wondered how that was done. I’ll have to give that a try. Thanks for the tips.

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Scott Bryan

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#5 posted 1798 days ago

I have been thinking about doing one of these as well. Thanks for the post, Larry.

-- Challenges are what make life interesting; overcoming them is what makes life meaningful- Joshua Marine

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spanky46

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#6 posted 1798 days ago

Thanks for the info Larry! Another ”UNDERLANDLARRYISM” (one word)

-- spanky46 -- Never enough clamps...Never enough tools...Never enough time.

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spanky46

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#7 posted 1798 days ago

Larry, When are we going to see that new toy at work?

-- spanky46 -- Never enough clamps...Never enough tools...Never enough time.

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Karson

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#8 posted 1798 days ago

Your the man.

Thanks for the turorial with pictures

-- I've been blessed with a father who liked to tinker in wood, and a wife who lets me tinker in wood. Southern Delaware karson_morrison@bigfoot.com †

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Napaman

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#9 posted 1798 days ago

very festive…I think you should bag the curls up…and sell it as potpouri with the board…

-- Matt--Proud LJ since 2007

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a1Jim

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#10 posted 1798 days ago

You are the boardalater ,great blog

-- http://artisticwoodstudio.com Custom furniture

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degoose

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#11 posted 1798 days ago

Thanks guys. As to the new beasty, spanky, I haven’t got around to using it yet .. still waiting on an adjustment to be made to the adapter for the new router. and the shroud had some problems ,., will be up and running this week.. I can still use it but prefer not to until all is hunky dory. Besides have to be at the pretend job all week.. and then on Saturday it is the big one.,., working with wood show in Brisbane.. will take some pics and post “my day out” here..

-- Drink twice... and don't bother to cut... @ lazylarrywoodworks.com.au For lovers of all things timber...

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Beginningwoodworker

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#12 posted 1798 days ago

Looks nice.

-- CJIII Future cabinetmaker

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RRGR

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#13 posted 1796 days ago

Gee, do you think a quarter inch gap is too much when gluing up a cutting board? Good work and thanks for the pics I’ve been wondering but haven’t got around to asking because a cutting board wasn’t on the horizon for me.

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poroskywood

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#14 posted 1796 days ago

Thanks Larry this is my favorite board I’ll be trying one soon with curly hard maple, cherry and walnut. BTW I see you’ve changed your picture I guess your not a physcopath after all… just misunderstood. It’s a cutting board party! Hosted by the Chairman.

-- There's many a slip betwixt a cup and a lip.--Scott

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degoose

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#15 posted 1796 days ago

RRGR 1/4” gap is nothing if you have lots of glue! Gap in pic is caused by the rough surface of the bench,,cause I don’t have gaps.

-- Drink twice... and don't bother to cut... @ lazylarrywoodworks.com.au For lovers of all things timber...

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