|Forum topic by Bouchan||posted 09-29-2014 01:55 AM||640 views||0 times favorited||3 replies|
09-29-2014 01:55 AM
I have to build one edge grain and one long grain walnut cutting board.
The board is a rectangle 14×24” with a radius edges. The height/thickness 2” The glue ups are made from a 6/4 material. The glue up is pretty thick (at least 2”) I will be using Titebond 3.
I was wondering if I should put biscuits or dominino’s when I glue it. Is that going to help to keep the joints stronger? Or should I just plane it once it’s glued and add a groove on each sides with a cross grain wood in it?
Not sure if I made my self clear enough.