|Forum topic by HoarderBoarder||posted 10-14-2014 09:43 PM||721 views||0 times favorited||1 reply|
10-14-2014 09:43 PM
I want to make an end grain cutting board using three different species of wood; cherry, maple, and walnut. Do these three woods contract and expand at different enough rates that I should be concerned about?
I know that expansion and contraction are dependent on a lot of variables; wood thickness, type of cut, relative humidity, etc.
I can provide more details on my project if necessary.
(These are for wedding gifts, and I’d really be embarrassed if the boards cracked)