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12-30-2011 04:47 PM
bluegirlroses this was some very good inspiration for my cutting board I want to make and thank you also for the links - It is very beautiful and functional =)
01-12-2010 04:05 PM
levon thanks Bob N,

i had found it, but you make it easy for a newcomer to find it and see, they can build one too.

thanks for the link and help!
01-12-2010 03:39 PM
Bob N
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Originally Posted by levon View Post
hi Jim,

could you post a link to the video, there maybe more members who would like to build one or more, including me.
Giving Jim a hand:

Make Your Own End-Grain Butcher Block Cutting Board | The Wood Whisperer Woodworking Video Podcast and Blog

Make Your Own End-Grain Butcher Block Cutting Board | The Wood Whisperer Woodworking Video Podcast and Blog
01-12-2010 03:21 PM
levon hi Jim,

could you post a link to the video, there maybe more members who would like to build one or more, including me.
01-12-2010 02:58 PM
BigJimAK There really wasn't a problem, Harry. I originally selected it without much thought because it was what was used in the video and worked well there. I may have been lucky then that the padauk and tigerwood are dense and somewhat oily (especially the tiger).

We did scrape the majority of the squeeze-out away before it had a full set, so that probably helped some too.


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A nicely done project and photo shoot. I am a little surprised at the use of the yellow glue (aliphatic resin), in my experience, whilst it is one of the strongest adhesives, it soaks into the wood quite quickly if the surplus isn't washed off quickly it leaves a difficult to remove stain. Was any such problem observed in this case Jim?
01-12-2010 08:24 AM
Noob What, no blood groove? (just kidding)

Department of Redundancy Department? I think we have 3 of those departments at my job.
01-12-2010 08:08 AM
harrysin A nicely done project and photo shoot. I am a little surprised at the use of the yellow glue (aliphatic resin), in my experience, whilst it is one of the strongest adhesives, it soaks into the wood quite quickly if the surplus isn't washed off quickly it leaves a difficult to remove stain. Was any such problem observed in this case Jim?
01-12-2010 05:11 AM
dutchman 46 Thats great. looks great!! Can He make a few? might sell a few.
01-12-2010 04:09 AM
BigJimAK ...and the finishing...
01-12-2010 04:07 AM
BigJimAK ..and the beat goes on..
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