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post #1 of 8 Old 08-11-2019, 09:47 PM Thread Starter
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Cutting board

well I got the maple and cherry cut up for my moms cutting board. will do a glue up later than run it thru the planer for my final thickness. my sis and her boyfriend chip in half on the maple. I have enough wood left over I am going to make them a cheese board.
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post #2 of 8 Old 08-11-2019, 10:26 PM
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Be sure to check the grain direction when laminating the wood together. You otherwise could create a panel that either way you run the board through the planer some of the wood will be running against the grain.
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Be sure to check the grain direction when laminating the wood together. You otherwise could create a panel that either way you run the board through the planer some of the wood will be running against the grain.
I laid them out the way the grain ran when I cut it.

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Well got the wood glued and the final thickness done with my planer. So now will cut down to the final size my mom wants which is 12"X15" and sealed and finish with food grade mineral oil.
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Well got the grove routed plus the edges and the edges sanded and letting it soak up the mineral oil overnight I got in the pharmacy got 3 bottles $2.19 a 16oz bottle 2 to store.
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Well here is the finish piece and ready for my mom to use.
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Nice looking cutting board
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Very nice!
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