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Thanks Larry, gotta keep the family happy :)
 

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Keeping family happy is a challenge by itself. I usually fail at this.

Good looking boards though
 

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Nice set of boards, what are the final dimensions… about 5×8"?
 

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Thanks Monte ;)
 

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Thanks Ned they are 10"X 12"X 2".
 

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well, I was 'close' if it was 1" thick I would have been in the ballpark.
 

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Real close Ned they had to be BEEFY just like the family :))
 

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Looks great. I was working on some cheese slicing boards this week end and forgot to plan propely for the slicing arm so I ended up with some designer firewood. Likely I can savage some of it. The boards look awesome I may use your pattern to remake the slicers.
 

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looks great and everybody is happy. they're all the same
 

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Nice job these are cool.
 

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great looking boards. can you fill me in on how these were glued up? have a problem with depth perception. thanks
 

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Hey Albe have you considerd putting
feet on those cheese boards and calling them trivets ?
 

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Doordude thank you
A1jim thanks also
Wiser this was a single glue up starting with two inch thick stock, I used the two three four three method that I learned here on this site from Mclean Va . And that simply means that the first board is two inches wide the second is three the third is four and the fourth is three inches wide. Glued together in a set long enough so that when I cross cut them I had enough to put three boards together and glue them up. I hope this helps and please feel to pm me if I can help more.
 

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Great job matching the grain to make that continuous wave across the board.
 

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Thanks Kevin
 
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