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916 pieces of maple and thermally treated ash in a 13 X 13” board. It was finished in mineral oil and is ready to kill some vegetables.
-- Ray, Lakeland, FL
Nov 06, 2014
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#1 posted 11-06-2014 04:27 PM
Striking pattern. But, sort of a lot of work for something to go whacking on with a sharp metal implement. But then, I’m probably not above doing something like that myself. LOLRoger
-- "Everybody makes mistakes. A craftsman always fixes them." (Monty Kennedy, "The Checkering and Carving of Gunstocks", 1952)
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#2 posted 11-06-2014 04:33 PM
That is a great piece and while I agree with Roger above about marking it up I’m also not sure that is what I want to be looking at while using a sharp knife. It could be hard to focus on you fingers.
-- Les B, Oregon
#3 posted 11-06-2014 04:55 PM
Roger, Les – it is really not that hard to make once you know the trick. Cut alternating wood strips 18” long starting at 1/8” wide and increasing the width by 1/16th until you get to 5/8” and then decrease by 1/16th back to 1/8th. Do this twice and glue up the 34 strips. Then crosscut in the same manner and flip every other one.
I like the pattern a lot but agree that you could end up with extra protein in your salad if not careful.
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#4 posted 11-06-2014 04:56 PM
Great cutting board. I agree with Roger and Les, that’s too pretty and distracting to cut on. I’d frame it and give it as a wall-hanging. I very much reminds me of M.C. Escher.
-- A bad craftsmen blames his cheap #$%ing tools
#5 posted 11-06-2014 05:05 PM
footprints:I was being a bit facetious. It’s really very nice. You may even hear from Martyn (britboxmaker).Roger
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#6 posted 11-06-2014 05:47 PM
Wonderful work on this Ray and yes, I am mesmerized by it!
-- Mike, an American living in Norway.
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#7 posted 11-06-2014 05:58 PM
Really beautiful work and a lot of cutting!I ordered the cut plans for this from MTMwood but have not attempted it yet. Hope it turns out as nice as this!
-- Dennie - Tennessee
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#8 posted 11-06-2014 08:44 PM
don’t mistake your fingers for the veggies
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#9 posted 11-07-2014 12:07 AM
That looks really great, the illusion is amazing. Never heard of thermally treated ash… sure gives it a nice dark color. Is it an end grain board?
-- Allen, Colorado (Instagram @bobasaurus_woodworking)
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#10 posted 11-07-2014 01:10 AM
Wow – that’s a beaut…....! Great work…....
-- Jeff .... Minnesota, USA
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#11 posted 11-07-2014 01:24 AM
its killing my eyes. nice work.
-- Brian - Hazelton, British Columbia
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#12 posted 11-07-2014 01:54 AM
Amazing work, it seems like it could make you dizzy and cut your fingers off!
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#13 posted 11-07-2014 04:07 AM
Well you wont see one of these in too many kitchens…. Great Work…..You should do a blog on how these are made…...
-- What we do in life will Echo through Eternity........
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#14 posted 11-07-2014 05:52 AM
This one changes from view to view, very good project!I like it a lot.
-- "I never met a board I didn't like!"
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#15 posted 11-07-2014 10:55 AM
wow making me dizzy…great job!!!!
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