|Project by SASmith||posted 01-19-2012 02:26 AM||2579 views||0 times favorited||18 comments|
Pics 1 and 2 are of an end grain, slip match, birch cutting board. It measures 13.5”x16.5”x1.5” thick.
Pic 2 shows the finger groove. It is not a typical hand hold it is just used to get you fingers started under the board. It was cut with a chamfer (45 degree)bit.
Pic 3 is of a simple long grain cutting board made of silver maple and cherry.
Pic 4 shows the new board next to the old one I was asked to replace.
Pic 5 is of the quarter saw “rays”.
Pic 6 is the teaser. Anyone care to guess what it might be used for?
Thanks for looking
-- Scott Smith, Southern Illinois