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535 days ago
I am in the middle of making a birdseye maple serving board as a Christmas gift. It’s about 12”x14”x1/2”. I need to get my edges sanded exactly the way I want (smooth them out ever so slightly), then I’m going to really round over all the edges. I wanted this piece to be a little thicker, but alas, this is what I’ve got. Maybe next time!
I snapped a few photos this morning on my phone down in my basement shop of what I got done on it before heading in to work today.
Rectangle, with curves drawn on, ready for the bandsaw (yes that’s an end-grain board I’m also working on underneath of this one):
After coming off the bandsaw, ready for the Ridgid oscillating sander:
After the drill press:
I think I’m going to use General Finishes Salad Bowl Finish on it and build a little bit of a finish maybe, but I haven’t committed to going that route yet.
-- Jonathan, Denver, CO "Constructive criticism is welcome and valued as it gives me new perspectives and helps me to advance as a woodworker."