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  1. Wood Finishing
    What is everyone’s go to oils, waxes, and conditioners for finishing your cutting boards? Also where do you get yours? Do you buy in bulk? Thanks in advance!!
  2. Dust Collection
    Hey so im getting started in woodworking just made a few cutting boards so far. So im wondering if I can glue up boards that have marks from the table saw blade on them. They're not extremely deep. Maybe 1/32". I've tried sanding them out but then the boards get slightly rounded edges and...
  3. General Woodworking Discussion
    Hi All! A have a general question regarding the orientation of ripped strips for end grain cutting boards. Assuming I have a longboard that has been jointed and planned and ready for initial ripping on a table saw. Once rips have been made, how should the strips be orientated with respect to...
  4. Wood Finishing
    Hello everybody, This is my first post here on WoodWorkingTalk.com! I'm looking into getting some use out of newy acquired woodworking skills to sell some cutting boards on Etsy, and I want them to have a couple of color options - one of which would be a very intense black color. I've read...
  5. Project Showcase
    In this video I show how to make hardwood cutting boards from walnut, cherry and hard maple. I made a batch of these in my workshop for gifts and I think they turned out very nice! I wanted to make something that would be both beautiful and practical to gift to my close family members. The...
  6. General Woodworking Discussion
    I tried my first woodworking project and looks like I've run into some problems. I made a face grain cutting board out of walnut. I understand that face grain is not the popular choice but it is what I went with. I sanded the board up to 220 grit after glue up and I did wet the board with a damp...
  7. Wood Finishing
    I wanted to make a cutting board for my mother for her birthday and I really like the way tung oil makes the grain pop. I know there is some controversy as to whether or not tung is food safe. There are no food allergies in the family. Can anyone help me out? Is it food safe? I have yet to find...
  8. Wood Finishing
    I’ve been making cutting boards for sale and for Christmas presents for a while now, and I usually finish them with mineral oil and/or beeswax. I’m perfectly happy with the finish I use for my own boards, but I have been trying some new stuff in an effort to find something for people who want a...
  9. General Woodworking Discussion
    Welcome, Some time ago I saw an awesome looking cutting board. Here is picture: How can one engrave wood like that? What tool should I use? (I don't have any wood graving tools, only a basic household equipment, but i can buy one if it's not too expensive). What is the best way to put the...
  10. Project Showcase
    So I am a NCO in the United States Army and prior to going into the military I was a custom framer for multi-million dollar homes in Arizona with a company called Callahan development. here is me building one of the exposed overhangs Since joining the military I have been asked to build...
  11. Power Tools & Machinery
    Hi, Althought I apprenticed in an old fashioned cabnet makers shop 35 years ago, I consider myself a novice at fine woodworking. I am making a few simple cutting boards for the holidays and have a question about sanding. I do not have a spindle sander (yet) and after cutting my boards with a...
  12. General Woodworking Discussion
    When I was quite younger I heard reference, from my EE/ME bio-tech father, to studies exactly like the one linked below with similar findings. I was further told the tested species were specifically unsealed ring porous hardwoods such as Oak due to the common use of oak in butcher blocks...
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