This session of my 2013 Inlay work is now complete.
Here are the results I obtained.
Ebony and Pine Veneer
The ebony and pine I glued up did not match very well sawn into blocks so rather than waste it I just re sawed it into strips.
Walnut Cherry Silky Oak and Pine Veneer.
The Walnut Cherry Silky Oak and Pine was cut into 20 deg sections re glued and then re sawn.
It produced a reasonable result however it had a few “mouse holes in it of which will need wood filler to correct it upon use.
Its a bit hard to see but most of the pine edging evident in the glue up, was sawn off in the final processing
A lesson I learned here is, make the edging material as wide as possible as I only just had enough width come edge alignment time.
Purple heart Silky Oak and Pine Veneer.
The Purple heart Silky Oak Pine was re sawn as per the photos and although its only a small lot, it will make an attractive banding for a small box or similar Project.
Aust Red Cedar Veneer.
While I was on a roll I cut up an off cut of some Australian Red Cedar I used on the cupboard restoration, to use as veneer strips.
All the materials used were an accumulation of off cuts of a suitable size for veneer making.
-- Regards Robert