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The boards in the background of 'Mess with your Eyes'.

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Project by degoose posted 06-24-2009 09:59 AM 1604 views 0 times favorited 13 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I put these in the background to see if anyone saw them..congrats to eddy and dustbunny, btw Lisa.. this week I will have made eleven boards and a few LLs and the bathroom top. and I do have a job as well.
Well they may look different to the ones you can see there. Both of these boards started out from one glue up.
I cut the strips with a 15 degree bevel on both sides. I left the outer strips with a right angle on the outer side.
Once glued up I cross cut at 90 degrees and rolled them up on the cut edge.. one is all rolled and the other is roll one and roll and rotate the other. makes sense to me., they are long and not too wide << ideal for french rolls,
Then I moved them along until I had a pattern I liked and glued up,.. cut the ends at 15 degrees and biscuit joined the ends also at 15 degrees. Rounded the corners sanded to 240 grit and oiled.
Timbers.. SA PH NGR and TB Of course..

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





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stefang

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#1 posted 06-24-2009 10:26 AM

Beautiful boards Larry. I don’t know why, but somehow the one with the saw tooth pattern appealed to me the mostt. In spite of your detailed explanation of how you built them, the whole process remains a mystery to me. I guess I will just have to try to make one and maybe I will learn something. If I do, I will start with a much simpler pattern.

I bought a program some time ago called “Lamination Pro” off the net to help me with segmented turning patterns. I’m sure it has it’s limitations, but it should be helpful in designing any lamination work, including cutting boards. The program doesn’t have pre-designed patterns. The user decides all the variables and the program shows you the result. You probably wouldn’t need it, but I sure do!

-- Mike, an American living in Norway.

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degoose

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#2 posted 06-24-2009 10:29 AM

Mike I use a Mac and can’t use Lam Pro.. I have however made the first gen lamination cheese board a few years ago, chevron boards they call them.
It looks like the blade of a bandsaw, a little bit hey.

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

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bowyer

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#3 posted 06-24-2009 01:19 PM

Cool pattern on both. Hard to believe they started from the same initial glue up.

Rick

-- If at first you don't succeed...Don't try skydiving

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Karson

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#4 posted 06-24-2009 02:11 PM

Another greqt variation.

-- 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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patron

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#5 posted 06-24-2009 02:27 PM

great work !
makes sense ,
makes sense to have a cuting board ,
for every shape ,
of food you have to cut !
a round one for a wheel of chess ,
a long thin one for french bread ,
a rectangular one for ham slices .
a good kitchen cant have to many
cutting boards !

-- david - only thru kindness can this world be whole . If we don't succeed we run the risk of failure. Dan Quayle

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Beginningwoodworker

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#6 posted 06-24-2009 02:57 PM

Nice board.

-- CJIII Future cabinetmaker

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Kent Shepherd

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#7 posted 06-24-2009 03:24 PM

The fun never ends——Thanks Larry

-- She thought I hung the moon--now she just thinks I did it wrong

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eddy

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#8 posted 06-24-2009 04:20 PM

boards look great i see you have some tumbling block boards in the back ground
i think i will make a stab at 1 of these later when i can get some 2 inch stock
they dont look write when made with 3/4

-- self proclaimed copycat

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dustbunny

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#9 posted 06-25-2009 04:25 AM

I’m trying to visualize the roll and rotate technique you describe. I think I’ll take your word for it for now.
11 boards plus other projects in one week…..(picking chin up off floor) You, Larry, are amazing !!
Tomorrow I glue up my weave board- from last weekends work. LOL then sighs.

Lisa

-- Imagination rules the world. ~ Napoleon Bonaparte ~ http://quiltedwood.com

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TopamaxSurvivor

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#10 posted 06-25-2009 05:31 AM

Very very good. You will have dibs on all possible patterns pretty soon :-))

-- "some old things are lovely, warm still with life ... of the forgotten men who made them." - D.H. Lawrence

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#11 posted 06-26-2009 01:57 AM

Hi Larry , any issues with cross grain separation on these or are these the prototypes ?

-- I'm absolutely positive that I couldn't be more uncertain!

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degoose

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#12 posted 06-26-2009 02:05 AM

Len, these are just a few trial and error boards to see what does and what doesn’t work.. so far I have had not problems with cross grain glue ups.. Also used a few biscuits to joint the ends to the endgrain,,
see what happens.,. so far so good I don’t believe there will be any problems other than maybe a little glue line lift.,?

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

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Dusty56

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#13 posted 06-26-2009 02:11 AM

Hmmmm trial and error …..sounds like my first marriage ! lol
thanks for the feedback , Larry…..I’m out of here until later this evening. Bye for now.

-- I'm absolutely positive that I couldn't be more uncertain!

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