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I never thought about making cheese cutting boards, but I might!
I belong to a FaceBook CNC group. A guy posted some pictures of cheese cutting boards he just finished. Someone (not me) asked where he got the cutter.

He said he got his parts here---> Quality Projects and supplies for industrial arts departments in Junior and Senior High Schools

Let me add that I am in no way affiliated with the supply house, but I might be ordering a few cutters in the future. I have never heard of them or seen them mentioned here on The Router Forums.
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I never thought about making cheese cutting boards, but I might!
I belong to a FaceBook CNC group. A guy posted some pictures of cheese cutting boards he just finished. Someone (not me) asked where he got the cutter.

He said he got his parts here---> Quality Projects and supplies for industrial arts departments in Junior and Senior High Schools

Let me add that I am in no affiliated with the supply house, but I might be ordering a few cutters in the future. I have never heard of them or seen them mentioned here on The Router Forums.
Mike you better hurry and order. Christmas is almost here.
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That's slick, Mike! The price per each is very reasonable.
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You could router a few holes in the cheese for those that like Swiss.
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I know we had cheese cutters from the time I was growing up, in fact got one somewhere myself. But the only thing I can recall any of my family using to cut cheese with was a butcher knife. And that's what I use. So doesn't look like as much of a market for one as you might think. In fact we used to go up north in MI when I was a kid and always stopped at a cheese shop to get cheddar cheese, and crackers, and if I recall right they always cut their wheels of cheese with a large knife.

I got curious. And found this: https://cooking.stackexchange.com/qu...-ordinary-knif

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When you get a bunch of guys together someone's always cutting the cheese, eh.
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I know we had cheese cutters from the time I was growing up, in fact got one somewhere myself. But the only thing I can recall any of my family using to cut cheese with was a butcher knife. And that's what I use. So doesn't look like as much of a market for one as you might think. In fact we used to go up north in MI when I was a kid and always stopped at a cheese shop to get cheddar cheese, and crackers, and if I recall right they always cut their wheels of cheese with a large knife.

I got curious. And found this: https://cooking.stackexchange.com/qu...-ordinary-knif
I am not interested in making butcher knives!

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I am not interested in making butcher knives!
Don't blame you. I have gotten some culture since I was a kid, so now my cheese cutter of choice is a Viking cheese slicer.

But, was still curious, so did some more looking. I really, really, need to get back in the shop. However, I think you might find these two links interesting.
https://www.cuttingboard.com/blog/wh...a-cheese-snob/
https://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/...n_5692850.html
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Oh right, like women don't...
Well, they say they don't. It's the guys that are "animals". not.
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