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We finally got the video made of how I made my Cutting board. I wish I had taken pictures as I went.
I found enough scraps of the project to attempt to explain how I did it.

In the video, I showed how I took each different color of wood and glued them into a slab, then sandwiched them all together.
One thing I neglected to say was that if I could have ripped the pieces of the lighter woods apart, it would have saved a lot of waste
material.
My band saw is not able to rip more then 4 inches of material at a time, so I skipped that operation.

Now, if I had that thickness planer...Ö. (just incase Sandra sees this Post.)

Again I really appreciate the assistance and the coodos I received in this project.
AS usual all the members of the forum came together to help.

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thanks David..

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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Wow... just wow. Very impressed! Thanks for sharing. I know when I looked at the original post/pictures, I couldn't get past the 3D effect and see it was actually flat, so major kudos to you!
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Cool video David . I would have sworn the surface was not fiat . That’s quite an illusion
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Thanks for posting the video, David. That is so cool.
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David you not only did a great job making the 3D board you also did a great job on the video.
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Again I really want to thank everyone for the nice comments.
I have to give the credit for the video to my lovely wife Sandra.
I originally made a video of all the same steps that are in this one, but tried to hold the camera in one hand and the wood in the other.
What with the camera wandering off as I did stuff, and the strap hanging down in front of the lens, I had to press Sandra into service for the final draft.

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