|Forum topic by Keith Kelly||posted 12-30-2015 02:50 AM||701 views||0 times favorited||3 replies|
12-30-2015 02:50 AM
I’ve made a whole lot of cutting boards in the past year. This one is for a client, and I just noticed a spot where the glue joint is bad. I feel like I worked quickly and clamped well, so my guess is perhaps a wood shaving preventing the boards from making good contact.
If you were making this, what would you do? I’m considering building a new one for the client, but if there’s a legitimate fix, that would be good to know about.
The bad glue joint is between the Walnut and Maple, and goes about 3” in. Total cutting board size is 15×20.
-- Keith - Bolivar, Missouri, http://www.SquareOneWoodworks.com