|Project by CalgaryGeoff||posted 12-24-2012 10:22 PM||1914 views||5 times favorited||21 comments|
Here’s my finished board, maple, cherry, walnut, Bloodwood frame. I learned a lot during its build and came up with a few ideas for jigs. The few things that come to mind are wood moisture and wood color, grain, orientation. It’s now a wall hanging, but a very cool one. Finished with 4 coats of poly and then buffed to a shine. I will be more selective of wood consistency and color as any imperfections jump out and in my opinion take away and distract from the board.
Maybe next year I will tackle another one of these with the above learnings incorporated.
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