|Project by jaykaypur||posted 11-18-2012 11:15 PM||1042 views||0 times favorited||10 comments|
This started out as an end-grain cutting board attempt but….alas, I just couldnt get the wood/glue-up to where I liked it so I made it into a serving and/or cutting board instead. Made out of cherry, maple, and red oak. It measures 17’’ x 12’’ and is 3/4’’ thick. While it was a rectangle, I 45’d the ends and then rounded the corners. Did a LOT of hand-sanding on this and am here to report it is the smoothest board I have made to date. It’s just nice to pick up and hold. Thanks for the looks and comments.
PS—-could I have run this board, as it looks above, through a planer? It consists of 9 pieces of face grain. I have never done it before but was tempted to this time. Thanks.
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