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cutting board #2: satinwood, walnut, purpleheart long grain

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Project by LeoZ posted 1969 days ago 1539 views 1 time favorited 10 comments Add to Favorites Watch

i need to stop trying these things on the fly. the final pattern never looks like what I planed!

-- just another woodworking newb





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lew

9827 posts in 2255 days


#1 posted 1968 days ago

Looks pretty good to me!!

-- Lew- Time traveler. Purveyor of the Universe's finest custom rolling pins.

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Chris Cunanan

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#2 posted 1968 days ago

you should try that program that someone just wrote up specifically for this, if you don’t already use software to get a preview…it’s somewhere in the blogs

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LeoZ

28 posts in 1969 days


#3 posted 1968 days ago

are you sayin you dont like my pattern :)

i downloaded it, its a great program!

-- just another woodworking newb

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JerryS

216 posts in 2110 days


#4 posted 1962 days ago

Yea looks good to me . What did you use to glue them up . I bought some padauk today and the guy at the lumber yard said to wrap the glue surfaces with thinner to get the oils off .

Anyone have the link for this software ?

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LeoZ

28 posts in 1969 days


#5 posted 1962 days ago

wrap with thinner?

I use titebond II,then after 30 mins, wipe away semi-dried glue with a chisel or scraper.

Once fully dry, i hand plane or chisel any stuck glue, then run through the planer for a clean finish.

-- just another woodworking newb

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JerryS

216 posts in 2110 days


#6 posted 1962 days ago

Sorry meant to say wipe with thinner or mineral spirits ?

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DRdeveloper

23 posts in 1965 days


#7 posted 1962 days ago

Very nice… what did you use to get that great shine?

-- Mark, Dominican Republic

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LeoZ

28 posts in 1969 days


#8 posted 1961 days ago

just a few coats of salad bowl finish,with 600grit sanding in between..

-- just another woodworking newb

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Herbiej

66 posts in 1853 days


#9 posted 1619 days ago

I don’t think you can make a bad pattern. I mess them up too. but they still look pretty good.
I made one today that didn’t look anything like I had envisioned. But, it still looks good. I like your pattern though. If you don’t say anything everyone will think its an original design.

-- Acts: 2:38

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a1Jim

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#10 posted 1619 days ago

Great board wonderful wood

-- http://artisticwoodstudio.com Custom furniture

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