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Project by NedB posted 09-13-2012 08:37 PM 1265 views 1 time favorited 8 comments Add to Favorites Watch

The large board in the foreground is our daily user which needed a re-oil, but the rest are all new boards via the wood whisperer method.

maple, cherry, walnut and butternut.

see my recent blogs for progress and methods over the past couple of weeks (hey, it’s a hobby, I took my time)

-- Ned - 2B1ASK1 http://nedswoodshop.blogspot.com





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Joe Lyddon

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#1 posted 09-13-2012 08:46 PM

Those came out very well!

Beautiful JOB!

Thank you!

-- Have Fun! Joe Lyddon - Alta Loma, CA USA - Home: http://www.WoodworkStuff.net ... My Small Gallery: http://www.ncwoodworker.net/pp/showgallery.php?ppuser=1389&cat=500"

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#2 posted 09-14-2012 09:20 AM

Nice work on these.

-- Ken, "Everyday above ground is a good day!"

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UncleStumpy

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#3 posted 09-14-2012 09:58 AM

I gotta’ learn how to do this! These are awsome.

-- "They don't want it perfect - they want it SPECIAL"

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#4 posted 09-14-2012 12:52 PM

very nice job, what kind of finish or oil did you use?

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NedB

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#5 posted 09-14-2012 01:02 PM

Thanks Joe!

Thanks ken!

Stumpy… well documented wood whisperer method… glue up blank, plane to thickness, cut apart, stand on end, glue together, plane to thickness, square up and then round over the edges/sand… pretty simple.

lanaug, straight mineral oil wipe on, let it soak in, wipe off excess with a dry cloth… ‘once a day for a week, once a week for a month, once a month from then on’ regime. others have suggested that simply pouring oil in a turkey roasting pan (large enough, and relatively disposable), and simply putting the boards in the pan and letting them soak the oil in works too. I find the wipe on method works well for me.

-- Ned - 2B1ASK1 http://nedswoodshop.blogspot.com

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doordude

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#6 posted 09-14-2012 06:50 PM

nice work. but what do you do with all the cutting boards?

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NedB

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#7 posted 09-14-2012 08:20 PM

dude, can I call you dude? lol

couple of those are for gifts, but I’m considering putting several in a local consignment shop for sale. If I get a really nice one, my son’s father in law runs an art gallery, and I will then see if I can sell them as ‘art’, with a stand

-- Ned - 2B1ASK1 http://nedswoodshop.blogspot.com

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#8 posted 09-14-2012 09:29 PM

Cutting boards made beautifully …

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