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Walnut Charcuterie board with epoxy marble handle

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Project by MJR posted 12-25-2018 09:48 PM 1051 views 0 times favorited 7 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I had a cutting off from a slab and this is what came of it.. It was almost 2” thick but rather than resaw it I just planed it flat, Wound up almost 1 3/4” thick x 12” x 30” I epoxied the handle to look like marble





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Jim Jakosh

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#1 posted 12-25-2018 09:52 PM

Nice board for serving meats and cheeses!!

Cheers, Jim

-- Jim Jakosh.....Practical Wood Products...........Learn something new every day!! Variety is the Spice of Life!!

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MJR

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#2 posted 12-25-2018 09:54 PM

It can also be cut on, The handle is food safe and the rest of the board is oiled


Nice board for serving meats and cheeses!!

Cheers, Jim

- Jim Jakosh


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recycle1943

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#3 posted 12-25-2018 09:56 PM

That is thinking outside the (box) board
I like it – did you run it thru the planer after the pour to clean up the bottom ?

-- Dick, Malvern Ohio - my biggest fear is that when I die, my wife sells my toys for what I told her I paid for them

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#4 posted 12-25-2018 11:01 PM

A great board!

-- Wood rescue is good for the environment and me! just rjR

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MJR

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#5 posted 12-25-2018 11:26 PM

No, That wouldn’t have worked because the epoxy part adds a little thickness and would probably damage the epoxy because it’s not truly cured, I scraped most of the drips off after the epoxy gelled up and sanded the rest off when it dried


That is thinking outside the (box) board
I like it – did you run it thru the planer after the pour to clean up the bottom ?

- recycle1943


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recycle1943

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#6 posted 12-26-2018 01:44 PM



No, That wouldn t have worked because the epoxy part adds a little thickness and would probably damage the epoxy because it s not truly cured, I scraped most of the drips off after the epoxy gelled up and sanded the rest off when it dried

That is thinking outside the (box) board
I like it – did you run it thru the planer after the pour to clean up the bottom ?

- recycle1943

- MJR

never thought about the extra thickness – congrats on the top 3, well deserved

-- Dick, Malvern Ohio - my biggest fear is that when I die, my wife sells my toys for what I told her I paid for them

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MJR

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#7 posted 12-26-2018 01:47 PM

Thanks! Yeah, The thickness and the fact that the epoxy isn’t truly cured for 30 days

No, That wouldn t have worked because the epoxy part adds a little thickness and would probably damage the epoxy because it s not truly cured, I scraped most of the drips off after the epoxy gelled up and sanded the rest off when it dried

That is thinking outside the (box) board
I like it – did you run it thru the planer after the pour to clean up the bottom ?

- recycle1943

- MJR

never thought about the extra thickness – congrats on the top 3, well deserved

- recycle1943


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