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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 03-24-2020, 06:34 PM Thread Starter
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I don't have a CNC, and even if I did, I don't have the talent. Maybe this is run of the mill for you CNC'ers but I just found this mind blowing. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sGUb...IXmwbd1jpF%3A6

It's almost made me lose my interest in making cutting boards. Mine are so primitive in comparison.

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I don't have a CNC, and even if I did, I don't have the talent. Maybe this is run of the mill for you CNC'ers but I just found this mind blowing. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sGUb...IXmwbd1jpF%3A6

It's almost made me lose my interest in making cutting boards. Mine are so primitive in comparison.
That's a beautiful piece of work. I've used that technique though nothing even remotely close to that size/complexity. The biggest drawback to me shows up at about 8:20 where he cleans up the inlay piece. It takes a lot of very careful and detailed work because even one errant chip that gets wedged between the two halves of the inlay creates a gap that shows. The guy is a real craftsman even if he is using a CNC machine.

On the negative side, the video really dragged it out. Could be about 1/4 the length and still tell a pretty rich story.

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Nice, yes. Incredible? I would say no, when compared to this. Early 20th century, done waaay before there were CNC machines.
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Beautiful work however I bet it never gets used as a cutting board!

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Very beautiful work, precise, clean - I like these! Good video, too. Could have been a little shorter but I can fast forward through it easily enough by hovering over the timeline and seeing the thumbnail view.

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Yeah, I can see the knife edge drawing over that board. Not gonna happen, at least not in my house......
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Very cool and detailed. I would never use this as a cutting board though!

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I've been watching his videos for a while. My favorite is the smoking aces board.

It really does take skill and intimate knowledge of his machine to do what he does.
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Very cool and detailed. I would never use this as a cutting board though!

I would, I'd just make another one and another one....



So Barry since you still have some interest left, whatcha gonna look into making?
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Ronnie, I've been working on a jewelry box for my great niece. I made two of these boxes about 5 years ago. In that time I've forgotten all of the mistakes I made the first time and my notes on those are sparse. Soooo, I've been making most of the same mistakes again and have added to my already healthy scrap pile. I'll post pics when I'm done.

I posted pics of some of the last boards I made. For two of them I used old growth original Mahogany that was given to me. I've included them in this post. The first pic was for one of my daughters when they redid their kitchen. When I'm finished with my current project, my wife has a couple of other things for me to do on the "honey do" list then I want to try some 3D appearance boards. Something a bit more challenging but within my skill, so to speak, set.

I would like to apologize to everyone for that video. I should have given you a starting point since making the base board is pretty much standard and could have been skipped until the CNC part.
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