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Fantastic. Thanks again.
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I will have to seek some help from someone/someplace that has a table saw. I guess my cutting board Christmas gifts will be put on hold for now. Thanks for the help.

If you need some more strips like that to mix things up a bit more I can contribute some cherry, ash, oak, perhaps more if I dig around...

Glad to see your project coming along well.
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