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Good job dude. And welcome to Lumberjocks!
 

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Looks good! Where did you get those screw on rubber feet?
 

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Thanks guys. Jayman, i got them from Lee Valley product #00S51.03
 

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Very nice cutting boards - great choice of wood combination!
 

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I really like the design… and the use of 3 different glue ups..
 

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Thanks degoose, these were my first end grain boards. Though i want to build alot more. I think what makes cutting boards fun is in designing them. Plus they dont take alot of wood.
 

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Very nice boards.
Take a look at degooses boards (aka larry) if you want to be blown away
 

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Mike, i got them from Lee Valley product #00S51.03 Jim, i checked out degooses boards and yea your right, hes does very nice work!
 

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VERY NICE, CLEAN, AND SIMPLE.
GREAT WORK!
 

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I love the 'patchwork quilt' effect of those boards.
By the way, those same rubber feet are available-at least in Texas-at Lowe's, and they make a world of difference in the boards' stability.
Good job.
 

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I like that song Buckeye. I bought 40 of those feet i think, enough for ten boards. When i need more i'll be sure to check out Lowes, thanks tbone.
 
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