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Thanks for the help with this one. Finished. I got the inspiration from a knife block I saw online. It was listed at 800 pound sterling($1200). I asked myself is it made of gold or is it that hard to make? Well it was a bit onerous during the clamping phase but cutting the wedges was quite easy on the bandsaw and table saw. I originally made them right angle triangles which looked a bit weird. I turned them into isosceles triangles and it did the trick. Walnut and cherry. Finished with blonde shellac followed by wipe on oil base poly and steel wool/wax.
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sweet!!!!

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I’m really liking this design . Well done

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Good job, I like it.
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Very nice Jamie
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Jamie,

Really nice. I like it.

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Nice I will make some. N
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Outstanding - thanks for the build pix.

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Really great idea and execution. Love the wood combination. Thanks for the pictures they are really helpful to learn your process.
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Nice simple, functional design and a good choice of woods to make it special.

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