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Project by sbuckle posted 11-06-2017 06:34 AM 480 views 1 time favorited 5 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I wanted to show a few of the inlayed cutting boards I have been working on.

The first one is a walnut Retriever with a Black Ash background bordered with Padauk and Black Walnut 12” X 14”. The second board is a Treble Clef made out of Padauk on a Black Cherry background with Padauk strips 9 1/2” X 18”.
The third board is similar to the first with a chicken inlay 12” X 14”.

The inlay and pocket were cut on my Open Builds C-Beam CNC machine. I use a program called Easel by Inventables!

Any questions, just ask!

Thanks

-- Thanks for looking! Steve B.





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swirt

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#1 posted 11-06-2017 02:53 PM

Correction: Thats a walnut retriever with an ash cat. :)

Those look amazing. Nice work.

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helluvawreck

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#2 posted 11-06-2017 02:55 PM

Thee boards are so nice and beautifully done.

helluvawreck aka Charles
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-- If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears, however measured or far away. Henry David Thoreau

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sbuckle

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#3 posted 11-06-2017 11:59 PM

Thank you guys, I didn’t mention the cat to see how many would notice it!! LOL

-- Thanks for looking! Steve B.

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Rrwoodturner

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#4 posted 11-09-2017 05:26 PM

Nice cutting boards. I noticed that the grain on the endcaps goes a different direction that that of main area. Are the end somehow free-floating to allow for wood movement, or maybe that hasn’t been a problem.

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sbuckle

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#5 posted 11-09-2017 06:10 PM

They are put together that way for effect. I have never had any issue with delamination or movement. I use Titebond # glue and it is super strong!

-- Thanks for looking! Steve B.

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