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52 Weeks #22: Working on my first cutting board.

06-06-2011 03:09 AM by clieb91 | 1 comment »

So one of the things I like about this hobby is there is always something new to try and for a person that has a hard time with doing the same thing constantly that is a good thing. The problem with that is there is always something new and I have not yet found one thing to focus one, I am not sure if that is a good thing or not. But until I figure it out I am pretty happy trying as much as I can. That being said I have decided to tackle a cutting board. My first one is to be for a gift a...

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Cutting Boards - Christmas 07 #1: Cutting Board Progress

12-21-2007 09:35 AM by USCJeff | 1 comment »

I am making 4 cutting boards for gifts. I made each unique. The project seemed easy, but I learned that my tools needed some tuning to get the flush fits. They leave little room for error. From top left giong clockwise, Purple Heart and Maple, White Oak and Walnut, Maple on Walnut, and Cherry and Walnut

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Cutting Boards #1: Resources on the internet

11-19-2008 05:19 PM by drknoxy | 0 comments »

A blog post on an intricate end grain board Wood Whisperer Video on end grain boards Wood Whisperer recommended wood resource Wood Whisperer Cutting board PDF

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Gift Projects #2: Making Cutting Boards Out Of a Single Peice of Solid Wood

05-17-2018 06:05 PM by ScottBelleri | 0 comments »

I made these paddle-style cutting boards out of solid 6/4” maple. This is thick enough that they shouldn’t warp, and they can be sanded down a number of times. It is called a paddle-style cutting board because its handle makes it look a bit like a paddle. The handle makes it easy to carry and hang, and also gives it a unique character. Sugar maple is an ideal wood for cutting boards because it is hard, but not so hard that it will dull your knives. Really, the only import...

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Cutting Boards and Bandsaws

03-06-2018 04:48 PM by Steve | 4 comments »

I normally don’t mind saw blade changes, but I make an exception for the bandsaw, which is no fun at all. After the struggle to get the old blade off and the new one seated, there’s the long tedious process of setting the guides just so. In this case, I was installing a new resaw blade. I ruined the old one well over a year ago when I hit a hidden spike in a chunk of reclaimed pine. The blade made it through the steel, but (of course) was never the same again. I’ve be...

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Birthday presents #1: The wood

03-12-2011 07:00 AM by Mike | 0 comments »

My last cutting board project was a lot of fun but it didn’t come out perfectly because I struggled to get my wood stock to a plane & uniform thickness. Well I’ve purchased a planer and it’s time to put it to the test! I picked up some walnut, curly maple, and ash today and they ranged from slightly under 1” thickness to about 1 1/8” thickness. I planed them down to 3/4” thickness and it came out great. So now I’m going to try to make 2 more cutti...

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The WoodWhisperer style cutting boards

04-23-2009 10:09 PM by sasa | 0 comments »

Just a couple pictures of my version of TWW cutting boards. They board is made out of walnut and cherry. I thought I finished sanding it last night and wiped it down with mineral spirits to get the dust off. Some excess glue squeeze-out that I missed while sanding/scraping became apparent after I wiped the board down, so I have to work at it a bit more tonight, then its onto putting the finish. I’ll post pics of the finished board once its done.

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