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Rosewood and Jarrah…4 way book match…kindaLast pic is the random orbital sanding… shows the grain before oiling..
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#1 posted 04-05-2014 09:46 PM
Great pattern…good to see you making boards again.
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#2 posted 04-05-2014 09:48 PM
Hot Dang, Larry That is super sweet. I’d sure like to see how you did that one.
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#3 posted 04-05-2014 09:56 PM
Hey Larry,That’s sweet. Glad to see some boards are still being made.I bet it was debated on how to end the repeating 4 way match – with a 4 way on each end, or a split on each end. I think you chose wisely with the split.
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#4 posted 04-05-2014 10:02 PM
Oh man! oh Man!
This is beautiful Larry
Quite a match.
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#5 posted 04-05-2014 10:15 PM
Totally cool ,a real eye popper .
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#6 posted 04-06-2014 12:02 AM
That’s really awesome work
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#7 posted 04-06-2014 12:37 AM
Very nice Degoose. I watched your class on the subject and found it to be very well done. I have one last project on the bench (routing key holes in a display case) and Ill be working on my first end grain. I have one question for you. Do you think you can really get 170 Australian dollars for that board? (i did the conversion its about $157 US dollars) That would be outstanding if you can!
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#8 posted 04-06-2014 01:03 AM
Making end-grain boards again – fantastic!
That’s a lot of sandpaper you are using – if you only had a CNC Machine, you could possibly chuck a larger, ballnose bit and take maybe a thou or two off the entire top surface to make it perfectly smooth…......
Now where could you get a CNC from??? Hmmmmmmm…...........
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#9 posted 04-06-2014 02:05 AM
That’s a real beauty Larry…..nice work…..
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#10 posted 04-06-2014 02:08 AM
Handsome board ! Thanks for sharing
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#11 posted 04-06-2014 02:10 AM
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#12 posted 04-06-2014 02:21 AM
That is AMAZING!!!
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#13 posted 04-06-2014 04:31 AM
That shot of the board before finish is great to see the difference. ..very nice…
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#14 posted 04-06-2014 05:14 AM
Very COOL grain!
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#15 posted 04-06-2014 06:27 AM
$170 AUD, $157 USD, not too bad, hope you get it as it is well worth every penny.
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