|Project by woodsmithshop||posted 09-25-2014 09:22 PM||1437 views||3 times favorited||5 comments|
this is another idea for a cheese slicing board, I inlaid a 1/2” wide piece of Paduak into a Hickory board 1/2” deep right where the wire slot goes, then cut the slot into the inlay just as it is done normally, this makes the board stronger than it would be if I laminated it, as that would be gluing up end grain, this adds a little more interest to the board, plus draws focus to the slot, which is the objective for slicing cheese.
the last 2 pictures are of the feet on the bottom, you drill a 5mm hole about 3/8” deep add a little ca glue, then press them in place, they seem to work out very well, much better than the nail in feet I used earlier. these are $2.90 for 25 for the 5mm, and $3.90 for 20, for the 10mm. they are a non skid plastic, and keep the board up above the counter.
here is the link for the feet.
thanks for looking.