Cutting Board cleat
I am very new to woodworking and this forum. I am making a couple of end grain cutting boards and had the idea of attaching a cleat (similar to a shooting board) so the cutting board is more stationary and stable when being used on a countertop. However, I still want to be able to use both sides of the board. So, I was thinking of routing a slot in the end of the board so the cleat could be moved up or down depending on which side was being used. But, I'd like some ideas of how to tighten the cleat. I would prefer not to use a star knob like we use on jigs. Any thoughts or is the whole idea a bad one?