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Mahogany and Maple cutting board. Save the leftovers !

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Dealing with scrap wood some times can be frustrating sometimes, always seams to big to toss out but to small to do much with, If you are not into turning pens or doing segmented turnings, picture frames and cutting boards are a good use of the scrap. I love using inlay, designs, and odd shapes on my cutting boards this is one example, I leave one side just wood to be used as the working side so the top can be out as a “art” piece. you can see how I did this one at https://youtu.be/-r-JTsNeVws

I also save all my extra liquid (ish) fillings and epoxy in a cup so I am able to turn unique items with what would otherwise be wasted you can see what I did with the last cup full at
https://youtu.be/TCVKg6I8kzU

-- Rich, Learn something everyday even if it is how NOT to do it.





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playingwithmywood

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#1 posted 08-23-2015 04:47 AM

so is this not the same project you posted posted 06-19-2015 10:49 PM
http://lumberjocks.com/projects/161986

sure looks the same to me

and seems you might be just trying to drive more people to your YouTube channel so you can become a superstar

but that is just my guess and I might be wrong

maybe others will chime in

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RichM

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#2 posted 08-23-2015 12:36 PM

I added a short description, I was unable to take down the other one, super star? funny.


so is this not the same project you posted posted 06-19-2015 10:49 PM
http://lumberjocks.com/projects/161986

sure looks the same to me

and seems you might be just trying to drive more people to your YouTube channel so you can become a superstar

but that is just my guess and I might be wrong

maybe others will chime in

- playingwithmywood

-- Rich, Learn something everyday even if it is how NOT to do it.

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TheOldWoodworker

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#3 posted 08-24-2015 12:53 AM

Nice job Rich. I think It is about time I left this group, might get slivers in my hand

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MrFid

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#4 posted 08-24-2015 01:36 AM

Should you need, you can edit old projects that you’ve posted by navigating to the project, and clicking the red ‘edit’ link right under the title. That said, it looks like although similar to the referenced project, the boards are in fact different. The background on the first one is much simpler, with strips rather than end grain checkerboard, if it is end grain in this one. Hard to tell from the pic. Neat style and technique.

-- Bailey F - Eastern Mass.

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playingwithmywood

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#5 posted 08-24-2015 02:54 AM



I added a short description, I was unable to take down the other one, super star? funny.

- RichM

it looks like you changed the photo also because now the post looks different and not the same like it did when I previously commented

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