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  1. Endgrain Bookmatch Part Deux

    This looks to me like a rope running through the board. I just had to try it. The entire cutting board is from one piece of walnut from my scrap bin. I took pics along the way to show how I did it. Picture 2 shows the piece of walnut after the first rip. Note the sapwood on the left hand...
  2. Endgrain cutting board

    Teacher made me do this project. Has white branch,walnut ,and cherry. The finish is a old mineral oil finish.
  3. End grain cutting board

    Made it in shop class I used walnut, cherry, hickory and white birch and finished it us with some mineral oil
  4. End grain cutting board

    This is a project I made in woods class. We used many different types of wood such as walnut, white birch, cherry and hickory. Then we glued it and sanded it a lot. I also put many coats of mineral oil finish on it. Overall it was a fun and easy project.
  5. Cutting board

    I used walnut, white birch, cherry, and hickory with a mineral oil finish .
  6. Endgrain cutting board

    white birch Cherry Walnut Mineral oil finish Made in Wahoo high school woods class.
  7. End grain cutting board

    Wahoo, wahoo1617, endgrain, cuttingboard
  8. One up, one down and one up

    The name refers to the way the pattern looks to me,. This board is made from the last strips of the timber I bevel rip cut to make some Tumbling Block Endgrain Butcher Blocks. When I ripped the wide boards these were the pieces left over so I just did a glue up and then cross cut and rolled and...
  9. Finished the endgrain checkerboard pattern cutting board

    This is the one I was having issues with my new drum sander and the prupleheart endgrain. That stuff is just nasty to sand, kept burning no matter what I did. Finally gave up and just did the router sled-belt sander-hand sanding thing. Got some suggestions for people on here, but none worked...
  10. Cutting Boards

    I might as well start my project postings with what seems to be the project of the year…Spagnuolo cutting boards. I know; it's like a bunghole, everyone's got one, but that doesn't mean we need to see it! The first is a Spagnuolo classic with the addition of a juice moat and finger grabs. The...
  11. End grain cutting board

    In woods class we had to find different scraps of wood and cut them into strips the same size and glue them together to make designs with the wood. It is made out if 4 types of wood, oak, cedar, maple, quarter sawn white oak. I used semi-gloss finish because it makes it blend with whatever is...
  12. Another end-grain board

    Another end-grain board. This one was for a wedding this summer. This was the first time I've tried using purple heart in one of these. Being end-grain, it came out a bit darker than I expected, and I'll keep it surrounded by lighter colors if I use it again - I think it gets lost a bit next...
  13. End grain cutting board

    I cut 20 inch strips of wood using the table saw. Then glued then together in a jagged pattern. Cut off any extra to make all sides the same length. then routed a rounded edge. And used mineral oil as a finish so that it would be safe to use as a cutting board. I used walnut and red oak to make...
  14. End-grain Cutting Board

    I used Walnut, Oak, Cherry, Maple, and some African wood called Bobinga. I found left over wood around the shop and cut them into stripes. All the same size and particularly above 20 inches so that I didn't have to glue more. I put mineral oil on mine so that I could actually use mine as a...
  15. Endgrain cutting board

    I used Walnut, oak, maple, cherry, and mahogany. I cut it into strips and I used wood glue to put them in the shape of a board. Then I cut it up and flipped every other peace around. Then glued it back up. Then I had to make sure it was level so I used a drum sander for that. Then after...
  16. End grain Cutting Board

    I made a cutting board for a school project. I started off by grabbing cherry, oak, walnut and maple and making them 20 inches in length and they had to equal 8 inches in width put together. Once I found all of my wood I glued them together and clamped them. I then trimmed the edges down and...
  17. Endgrain Cutting board

    I started off by cutting 24 inch long strips of walnut, cherry, oak, and maple into various widths. Then I glued all of the strips together and clamped them. After the glue was dried I took it out of the clamps and ran both sides through the planer until they were flat. Then I cross cut the...
  18. Cutting board

    The types of wood I used for my cutting board were Walnut, Cherry, Oak, Maple, and Ash. I made it first by finding the type of wood I wanted to use then I glued it all together. After that, I scraped the glue off then used the bandsaw to cut off all the extras from it. I used the drum-sander to...
  19. End grain cutting board

    The wood i used is oak, Mahogany, walnut, maple, cherry, and ash. I Picked out out all the wood. And cut the strips down to the size I wanted them to be. When they were all to size then I put the strips in a pattern and glued it all together. I then planed it flat and cut the board in to 1 1/4...
  20. End Grain Cutting Board

    I started off by cutting 20 inch strips of walnut, cherry, oak, and maple into various widths. Then I glued all of the strips together and clamped them. After the glue dried I took it out of the clamps and ran both sides through the planer until they were flat. Then I cross cut the board into...
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