|Project by Arcola60||posted 01-29-2014 09:31 PM||1242 views||2 times favorited||6 comments|
These are two end grain cutting boards that I made for two coworkers that are retiring. The woods used are:
Black Walnut, European Beach, Jarrah, Padauk, Purple Heart, Sapele, and White Oak.
They measure: 12”long X 7”wide X 1 7/16” tall. I used my V-Drum sander to clean up the “fuzz” from the router bit
Used to mill the end grain flat. It really works well on end grain clean up.
Each time I make some boards I learn something. It still is fun. They are all different, it keeps me always wondering what they will look like!
Thanks for looking.