|Project by Seer||posted 02-14-2016 05:06 PM||560 views||0 times favorited||3 comments|
My first end grain maple cutting board made from a butcher block counter top remnants that I tried (really Tried) to cut evenly but do to the saw I was using I wasn’t able to get it perfect and the end result was a few hours on my belt sander (well maybe 2) but it sure felt longer when I was done. I put feet on it and then sanded it with my ROS to finish it and now the result in the picture is 3 heavy coats of mineral oil and a fourth was applied just after this picture was taken. It was a learning curve and believe me I learned a lot of what not to do lol but in the end I think it came out nice for my first and I still have all my fingers with skin attached to them. What I really like and it came about unplanned is it has a small basket weave look to it. Any and all comments or critiques are welcome.