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hey everybody was just looking for your toughts on this, i always belived it was better glueing boards of timber together to form a wide board rather than not cutting the board and leaving it as a wide piece of timber, my idea would be that the board would cup split or crack, but by cutting and alternating the grain you counter act the natural forces in the timber i found this company that make cutting boards out of one solid piece http://www.bunburyboards.com/index.php?page=products-waney-edge,7

i hope this makes sense… i would love to hear everybody's ideas
 

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this company that make these boards are very succesful and i hope to compete with them by making a better product…
rich us irish are a well traveled group i reckon you go back far enough most of america has a decendent from ireland, i am not from cavan but i know its a nice spot loads of lakes great for fishing…
 
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