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I took a bandsaw class at my local Woodcraft and we made a cutting board, a bread board and the deer. It was a nice way to spend a Sunday!
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#1 posted 05-08-2012 10:16 PM
Great looking cutting board.You could use the same technique to make a drunken board
-- Scott Smith, Southern Illinois
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#2 posted 05-08-2012 10:45 PM
Nice job—it really caught my eye! I like it.
-- John C. -- "Firearms are second only to the Constitution in importance; they are the peoples' liberty's teeth." George Washington
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#3 posted 05-08-2012 11:41 PM
Very nice board. To do end grain all you have to do is cut it again, flip it 90 degrees and re-glue. Pattern you cut first has to be something that will look good when you flip.
Is this the board you wnat or this?
-- Phil Zoeller louisville, KY
#4 posted 05-08-2012 11:55 PM
Thanks guys! I am so new at this! I am having a great time. So Phil….this is where I realize how female brained I am….have a hard time fliping objects in my head, but I am getting it! So in this last pic of yours, the board looked the same then you cut stips and flipped them?
#5 posted 05-08-2012 11:56 PM
What I like about this board project is that the “scraps” made a great bread board. Two gifts out of 3 pieces of wood. The recipients LOVED them!
#6 posted 05-09-2012 12:11 AM
Hi Phil…yes the second one! LOVELY
#7 posted 05-09-2012 12:13 AM
in last board I used two different boards to start. walnut all the way for ends. Then second board WWCCCWW. Cut them 1.25” and flip. Then put them together for last glue up.
It is hard to flip in my mind too. Every time I have to do a double think or triple to get it. But that is why I like making these. It is not just cut and glue. Check out my blog on falling blocks it you want complicated.
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#8 posted 05-09-2012 01:50 AM
Great job. What species of wood did you use?
-- - Mike, Warrington, PA
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#9 posted 05-09-2012 02:08 AM
Nice job, great use of a Sunday beats cleaning the workshop, all 3 came out very nice.
-- Martin ....always count the number of fingers you have before, and after using the saw.
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#10 posted 05-09-2012 03:22 AM
Good job! I can’t ever get my bandsaw cuts to match up that well for gluing.
-- I just got done cutting three boards and all four of them were too short. (true story)
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#11 posted 05-09-2012 04:23 AM
I like where your going. Post again when your done….................
#12 posted 05-09-2012 12:50 PM
Hi Mike,I am not sure about the wood, and I have already given it away! I know the dark is black walnut, the others I think are cherry and ??. Maybe someone can help??It is so encouraging to read the comments!!! THANKS!
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#13 posted 05-09-2012 02:24 PM
Walnut, Cherry and Maple it appears to me.Nice work
-- Safety first because someone needs you.
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#14 posted 05-09-2012 07:46 PM
*Nancy * hope mine comes out as nice as yours did it looks great.yet to build one but its going to happen
-- Jesus Is Alright with me
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#15 posted 07-12-2012 06:20 AM
hey girl, you never told me you do this type of quality work ! I am TRULY impressed ! you dont need advice from me, I need advice from you !!Me and Dad made alot of cutting boards and never really came close to the beauty of your work …WOW !!now we need to work on your scrolling ? when people ask me what I use for the finish on the cutting boards, they seem to wrinkle their nose when I say mineral oil ? Whats wrong with that other than their grandmothers gave it to them when they were little ?LOL !!guess I just answered my own dumb question , didnt I ?double the LOL here !!TTYL.
-- the dumbest question is the one you dont ask !!
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