I saw this a few days ago, and looked through the comments until I found that the gray wood was called Bog Oak. I'd never heard of it, so googled it. It's very interesting, also very expensive. Apparently most of it comes from Russia and Ireland. It's been buried in wet bogs for many years and gets darker gray with time.Pretty neat, Theo. Is that Wenge and Beech?
Yeah, I know. But anything I want to repeat, I don't need a CNC for, I just make a master, and go from there. CNC is just not my cuppa.The advantage of a CNC is that once you have a joint figured out you can easily repeat it as many times as you want. Even when the board thickness changes a little all that is needed is a simple re-scaling of the vectors, then recalculate.