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#1 posted 11-27-2007 12:24 AM

I think you would be alright using those depending on how you went about it. If you are turning them on their side then your thickness is less important than the dimensions you are cutting to. Something that might help is the Wood Whisperer’s pod casts on making an end grain cutting board (A Cut Above Part 1 & 2). He does a good job of showing how to make one when all the pieces are the same. Just take a look at it from the perspective of what you have around.

~DB

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