|Forum topic by becikeja||posted 12-05-2015 01:55 PM||626 views||0 times favorited||4 replies|
12-05-2015 01:55 PM
I have decided to make a couple of cutting boards as Christmas presents. To get started I searched lumberjocks and went to You Tube. I found a good blog and a good video on how to make a Drunken cutting board. Ok this is what I want to attempt.
Now I’m scratching my head, my experience tells me, gluing end grain to end grain is a weak joint and never a good idea. Yet for a Drunken cutting board it appears the entire integrity of the board is dependent on end grain to end grain gluing after the second series of cuts.
What am I missing? Is there a special process?
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